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Fedor’s NYE Opponent Moonlights As A Rapper

The following is an excerpt from an article posted on The Korea Times, seems they don’t think much of Choi:

Choi turned himself into a national joke last month by releasing a hip-hop album with model and wannabe pop star Kang Su-hui, although LeBanner would surely say he did well for a singer.

Among the biggest fighters in the world at 2.18 meters and 160 kilograms, Choi, a former folk wrestling champion, is good at being tall but not much else, a walking eyesore of an athlete who fights with the skills and grace of a potato.

Choi, whose 12-4 record was padded by matches with scrap-heap fighters and wash-ups, has beaten only one top-echelon opponent in his career, edging current K-1 champ Semmy Schilt in points last year, and that was from a controversial decision.

Considering his limited talent and questionable work ethic, the world’s biggest rapper seems the only title Choi might ever win.

Click here to check out one of Choi’s live performances.