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Thread: Igor Vovchanchyn oct 2013 doc in ukranian - help !!

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    Default Igor Vovchanchyn oct 2013 doc in ukranian - help !!

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    Does anyone know where i can watch this documentary in english or with english subs, or is there simply no
    translation of it out anywhere?

    This was posted on youtube oct 2013 so isn't an old thing.

    Thanks

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-2s9z3xHRM

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    I would also be interested in seeing/understanding this. Try posting it on the UG?
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    I will third this request. Igor is my all time favorite fighter.
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    Wow such an interesting documentary, they talk about so many cool things, mention lots of unheard of facts and details. Very very good, thanks for posting, a must watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemsbg View Post
    wow such an interesting documentary, they talk about so many cool things, mention lots of unheard of facts and details. Very very good, thanks for posting, a must watch.
    hahahahahahahahaha.
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    I know russianbut it will take hours to translate everything.

    What i have noticed with Igor and Fedor is that they trained crossfit when it was not a mainstream in the rest of the world, i think i saw kettlebell first time 2008 while it has been common in Sovietunion in 100-200 years. They had the training set all mma-fighters are using (sledgehammer on a tyre and lifting kettlebells).

    Igor Vovchanchyns striking training is a good thing to follow if a fighter is to short for his weightclass.

    Look after 37:00 in the video where he trains in a cold room (-26 or 27 degrees) and that is why he had the nickname Ice Cold
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    ttt in case by some miracle someone has it in English.
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    Igor is my hero. He is the best fighter that has ever lived. Fedor was happy he was friends with Igor and didnt have to fight him
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    I can't even imagine what some fighter would have to do to pass Igor as my all time fav fighter.
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    Sorry if this is a stupid question but why train in an ice room?

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