Alexander Pisarev Cause Of Death, Net Worth, Wiki, Wife, Instagram, Children, mma Record, Ufc, Ukraine, Putin
Alexander Pisarev Cause Of Death, Wiki, Wife, Instagram, Children, mma Record, Ufc, Ukraine, Putin, Age, Net Worth, Biography, Wikipedia, Family, Youtube, Career, Nationality.
The professional record of Alexander Pisarev was 3-2. The Russian mixed martial artist participated in numerous regional promotions in the 135-pound weight class.
Pisarev fought Dilovar Davlatov in his MMA debut in 2015 at ACB 27 in Dushanbe. By unanimous vote, he was defeated in his debut professional match. Pisarev last competed in a fight at RCC – Road to the PFL in 2020 against Maxim Usoyan. In the first round, an armbar was used to force him to surrender.
In his five fights, Pisarev defeated Xin Sheng Lui by TKO and Miki Dzeitov via rear-naked choke for submission. At Russian Cagefighting Championship – RCC Intro 2, Temirkhan Akhtemirov was the lone opponent he defeated by decision. His two losses in his professional career were both by submission, one by unanimous decision.
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According to reports, 33-year-old Alexander Pisarev died after eating a watermelon that was poisoned. Igor Vladimirovich, Pisarev’s father, reportedly discovered the unresponsive Pisarev at his Moscow apartment where he resides with his wife and children.
Vladimirovich claimed that on Sunday, October 30, after returning from walking their dog, he discovered his son unresponsive in his apartment.
According to reports, the Russian fighter and his wife ate the poisoned fruit together before being taken to the hospital. Lone Pisarev’s wife, who is currently in the hospital, is the only survivor.
Unidentified Pisarev comrade at Team Tomahawk claimed that the Russian fighter passed away in his sleep and had no ongoing medical conditions. According to “preliminary data,” the team source said that the death was “caused by food poisoning.”
The team’s statement on Russian social media platform VKontakte read:
“My brother, my friend, my student! Words cannot express the extent of the loss. Alexander Pisarev is the standard of friendship, decency and courage of a Russian person. I and we will miss you!!! Rest in peace our brother.”
Balashikha, which is around 20 kilometers from Moscow, is the scene of an investigation right now. Numerous accounts state that the Russian fighter died of food poisoning, but other reports contend that he passed away from opiate toxicity.