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Russian “Popeye” May Face Death If Fake Muscles Aren’t Removed

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Kirill Tereshin, a 25 year-old Russian MMA fighter is called, “Popeye,” because of his huge biceps. Now, he has been told that he may die if he doesn’t get the lumps of petroleum jelly out.

Tereshin is an ex-soldier who has had a previous operation to take is fake triceps out. He was supposed to have another procedure to take out his 24in. muscles, but the pandemic delayed the process.

It is said that any toxin that is in the body for an extended amount of time can cause kidney failure and result in death.

In 2019, he received his massive muscles but still lost to someone 20 years older than him in only three minutes. A short time later, he complained about the problems the implants were giving him.

“I really worry about this. I am very afraid…I should have thought about this earlier. I Know. I blame myself…I’m guilty”, he stated.



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