Teenage Wrestler's Bodyguard Pulls Gun On Winning Opponent

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You win some, you lose some. But apparently, sportsmanship doesn’t come naturally to all and some don’t take losing quite so well.

Seventeen-year-old Rukman Ahmethanov can’t take defeat well. Perhaps it has something to do with being a millionaire father’s spoiled brat.

Instead of shaking his opponent's hand during a wrestling match in Chechnya, Russia, the teenager kicked him in the stomach and started a ruckus. What’s more, as people tried to pull him off, one of his bodyguards pulled a handgun and started threatening the winner.

Victim and winning wrestler Magomedemin Ibragimov said: "After the fight was over and I won, he jumped on me."

"This is a terrible, intolerable situation," said Russian Wrestling Federation president Mikhail Mamiashvili."The Russian Wrestling Federation will lead an internal investigation, as a result of which the initiator of the fight will get a lifelong disqualification.

"Such behavior shows no self-respect, but also to the children who attended the competition," he added.

Watch the dramatic incident in the video above.

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