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Afghan MMA fighter Survived Being Stabbed in the Head

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Afghan MMA fighter Survived Being Stabbed in the Head

Afghan MMA fighter Ahmad Wali Hotak found himself in quite the predicament recently. THe 31 year old MMA fighter was 7-1 when he went out with his friends. What ensued is baffling.

According to Tolo News Hotak was attacked by a group of at least five men in Kabul on Sunday night. Tolo reported that Hotak was shot in the stomach and stabbed in the head during the attack (MenaFN reported Hotak was stabbed, not shot, in the stomach).

Hotak was found bleeding in his car by family members and then transported to an emergency center.

The fighter had been training at Kaizen MMA in Virginia for 6 months. Hotak was training in preparation for a fight against Maksim Schekin at Fight Nights Global 90 in Moscow, Russia. The event is scheduled for this Friday.

“I want to tell my fans that I will continue playing and serving the country until the last drop of blood in my body,” said Hotak.

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