Russian Synthol kid known as Popeye made his MMA debut and it didn’t go well
His name is Kirill Tereshin and he’s from Russia. Also known on the Internet as “Ruki Bukuki”, which standards for bazooka arms.
Why bazooka arms? Because he likes to dabble in Synthol.
What Synthol you ask?
Wikipedia describe it as:
A recent trend in bodybuilding is to inject synthol into muscles to create larger bulges, or injecting PMMA into muscles to shape them. Use of PMMA to shape muscles is prohibited in the United States.
Site enhancement oil, often called santol or synthol (no relation to the Synthol mouthwash brand), refers to oils injected into muscles to increase the size or change the shape. Some bodybuilders, particularly at the professional level, inject their muscles with such mixtures to mimic the appearance of developed muscle where it may otherwise be disproportionate or lacking. This is known as “fluffing”. Synthol is 85% oil, 7.5% lidocaine, and 7.5% alcohol. It is not restricted, and many brands are available on the Internet. The use of injected oil to enhance muscle appearance is common among bodybuilders, despite the fact that synthol can cause pulmonary embolisms, nerve damage, infections, sclerosing lipogranuloma, stroke, and the formation of oil-filled granulomas, cysts or ulcers in the muscle. Rare cases might require surgical intervention to avoid further damage to the muscle and/or to prevent loss of life.
Sesame oil is often used in such mixtures, which can cause allergic reactions such as vasculitis.
As the injected muscle is not actually well-developed, it might droop under gravity.
Sounds amazing right? No.
Instead of building his guns the normal way, or at least using some “juice” which actually change your hormones to grow real muscles, he filled his arms like with oil like a bloody balloon.
Anyway, he’s dabbled in face slapping championships, but decided enough was enough and he needed to get in the cage to test these bad boys out.
Lets just say it didn’t go as planned.
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