With his terrible injuries clearly visible, the young man says he is in agony and begs passers-by to take him to the hospital - but he is cruelly told to walk if he wants treatment.
The burns victim then walked to a health clinic, where an ambulance was called, but he died several hours later.
He has – and I’m getting technical here – a lard testing machine, and I’m too lardy. He gives me what he calls “a nutritional protocol” and what I call “a diet”. He asks me what I want to achieve, and I enjoy whinging on to him. I am eating a lot of eggs but have given up proper cooking altogether. Decide that gin is the way forward as I genuinely don’t care about food. Day 10: ‘I have lost a couple of kilos of fat’Spectacularly hungover and I have to get weighed. So, if weight loss is the measure of all things, then something’s working …Days 11-12: ‘Eat celeriac’Go to Copenhagen for the weekend. We are burgled and fined on the same day in Denmark. Find some horrible chocolates that no one ate at Christmas.Some countries (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus etc.) you can expect up to 3 weeks due to customs clearance. If you would like to return any of the items that you have received, we offer a 14 day return policy, valid from the day you receive your order.Please complete the return form that was included in your order or download it here, and enclose it with your return shipment to us.Emelianenko began his MMA career on May 21, 2000, with four straight victories, including a win over ADCC champion Ricardo Arona, which is considered one of his toughest fights in his career. In his next 28 fights up until June 26, 2010 Emelianenko was unbeaten, including wins over four former UFC champions, one Pride FC champion, one former and two future K-1 champions, and two Olympic medalists. Emelianenko has earned numerous MMA accolades over the years, including; 2008 Submission/Beatdown of the Year awards, 2009 Knockout of the Year awards, Heavyweight of the Year awards, Fighter of the Year awards and 2000s Fight of the Decade awards.In addition he has been regarded for his wide ranging skills in various aspects of MMA, with MMA analyst Jack Slack writing "Very few men can claim to have Olympic alternate level judo and still able to out-strike the best kickboxer in MMA history".