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Vyacheslav Datsik
Vyacheslav Datsik

The world of fighting is a crazy place. Martial arts has seen some of the wildest, craziest personalities step into the ring/octagon and compete in professional fights. One of those weirdos from Russia who managed to make a career out of fighting for most of his life is Vyacheslav Datsik.

Viacheslav Datsik is hands down one of the most ridiculous cage fighters you will ever read about. You’d think that a pro fighter who managed to knock out a UFC heavyweight champion should be very famous for his fights inside the octagon, but no, the Russian mixed martial artist is more famous for his stints outside the octagon and of the ring than for his time in professional combat. Due to robberies, muggings and several other crimes, the fighter was charged with multiple crimes.

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Who is the crazy Russian Nazi fighter?

Viacheslav Datsik Nazi
Vyacheslav Datsik

Viacheslav Datisk was a phenomenal fighter in the ring and had a brilliant career. His most notable win came against the future UFC Heavyweight Champion Andrei Arlovsky in 1999. Since then, he fought for the next 7 years and continued to make a name for himself, attracting audiences for his insane fighting style and on-stage antics. The Russian threw his career as a fighter under the bus when he was involved in a series of armed robberies in Russia’s capital.

The fighter openly admitted that his motivation behind the crime was race. Datsik was institutionalized and imprisoned for years. The moment he was transferred to a comparatively less strict psychiatric ward, Datsik broke out of prison by breaching the fence. Viacheslav Datisk’s plan of action was to flee to Norway and declare himself “racist, not a nationalist” at the border checkpoint with neo-Nazi symbols everywhere to try to set foot in Norway. However, he was sent back to where he came from.

In 2012 Viacheslav Datisk was imprisoned again for robbery and was finally released in 2016. This time Datsik was part of the biggest controversy in Russia when he declared war on prostitutes. The fighter broke into a brothel and attacked sex workers, claiming they transmit disease to white men in Russia. According to Lenta.Ru, the fighter was accused of hooliganism for his act in the brothel.

Red Tarzan’s return to fighting

Nazi Russian fighter
Vyacheslav Datisk

After several arrests, the fighter was released from prison in 2019. But the Nazi Russian fighter could only stay out so long without committing a crime. In 2020, he decided to help a friend move to Estonia illegally, which led to him being arrested again. Released in 2021, Viacheslav immediately called an opponent to fight.

The Russian Nazi fighter has been booked for a boxing match against Englishman Randy Randayn. It took Viacheslav just one round to get rid of his opponent in the boxing ring upon his return from prison. The fighter dropped an overhand before venting shots before finishing his opponent’s corner.

If Viacheslav Datisk decided to fight again, would you watch his fights? After reading the crazy life of this Russian savage, where does he stand on your list of the craziest fighters who ever lived?

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