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Russian sumo wrestler, former ‘World’s Heaviest Boy,’ dies at 21

Russian sumo wrestler, former ‘World’s Heaviest Boy,’ dies at 21
A Russian sumo wrestler who was once known as “The World’s Heaviest Boy” has died at the age of 21.

Wrestlers Georgy Bibilauri and Dzhambulat Khotokhov had both hoped for victory, but they settled for ice cream instead.After the boys tied on the mat, they went off to celebrate Bibilauri's birthday with ice cream and chocolate.Dzhambulat Khotokhov, left, a 4-year-old Russian weighing 56 kilograms (123 pounds) with a height of 118 centimeters (3 feet 11 inches), and Georgy Bibilauri, a Georgian, who turned 5 on Wednesday, 120 centimeters (4 feet) tall and weighs 51 kilograms (112 pounds), wrestling, Tbilisi, Wednesday, July 9, 2003.According to TMZ, Dzhambulat Khatokhov died recently from chronic kidney complications.

“The record holder of the Guinness Book of Records, the first sumo wrestler of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic Dzhambulat Khatokhov has passed away.A Russian sumo wrestler who was once known as “The World’s Heaviest Boy” has died at the age of 21.

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