Russian thugs pick the wrong guy to mess with and pay the price

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Even thugs have bad days. But they’ll get no sympathy. This Russian gang of thugs messed with the wrong guy’s wife, and ultimately her husband. Unfortunately for them, this husband just happened to be a professional boxer and martial arts expert. 29-year-old Nicolai Vlasenko and his wife were enjoying their time together in a Starokorsunskaya bar in southwest Russia. He excused himself to go to the bathroom.

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Upon his return, he came across a group of men harassing his wife. They were chiding her and trying to get her to join them at their table. Not only was that rude, but it was also a big mistake. After words were exchanged between the husband and the group of soon-to-be schooled men, the party proceeded outside. Vlasenko, as it turns out, is like all of us. he doesn’t like people harassing his loved ones. But he does love boxing and martial arts, as you can clearly see.

 
 
 

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