This guy learns shortcuts don't work...the hard way.


Kirill Tereshin, 23 lives in Russia and wants to be either a bodybuilder or an MMA fighter. He's failing big time in both those endeavors. His body is unremarkable in every way except for his biceps, which measure 24 inches around. Arnold Schwarzenegger had 22 inches at his peak, and Hulk Hogan had the much celebrated 24-inch pythons. They also got those muscles working out. Kirill simply injected his muscles with something called synthol that simply enlarges the muscle, it doesn't actually make you stronger. Synthol is banned in America and most of the world as it can cause pulmonary embolisms, nerve damage, infections,sclerosing lipogranuloma, stroke, and the formation of oil-filled granulomas,cystsor ulcers in the muscle.

Kirill's shortcut to bodybuilding greatness didn't payoff like he hoped so now he's launching an MMA Fight career. He picked his first opponent carefully. Kirill is a celebrity in Russia and this would be televised to most of the country. He chose a man who also was having his first fight except he is in his 40's. Aging actor Oleg Mongol allegedly didn't even train for his "role" as a fighter. He was someone who said he was a fan of MMA and would like to try it.

3 minutes into the fight he gets the highly hyped Kiril "Popeye" Tereshin to tap out. So what could Popeye's next career move be?


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