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Russian hardman takes on ‘psycho’ bear with his HANDS while mushroom picking

Russian hardman shows off scars after bear fightWILL STEWART

PROUD: Russian hardman shows off battle scars after bear brawl

The ten-minute brawl left unarmed Alexander Lopukhin, 44, “convinced he would die”.

But in a final bid to stay alive he grabbed the bear by the head with and punched its face with the other.

The mother bear with a cub nearby sat down stunned after the man‘s attack, and then retreated.

With blood pouring from his wounds, and the tip of his nose almost severed, Lopukhin then walked four miles through a Russian forest until his phone came back within coverage and he could summon help.

Russian harman shows off injuries from bear fightWill Stewart

FIGHT: Russian hardman shows off battle scars from bear brawl

He had come across bears previously while picking mushrooms, but never faced an attack.

He said: “These animals do not attack people unless they are touched or provoked. But, of course, there are exceptions.

“Among animals, too, there are psychos, they just have no mental hospitals unlike us.”

“As soon as I get out of the hospital, I’ll go back to the forest for the mushrooms.”

Alexander Lopukhin

The brave Russian added: “For some reason, it was not scary.

“I pushed her away, and her hair, I noticed, was so nice – very, very soft.

“We fought for about ten minutes, then I started to punch her in the face

“Blood was gushing from all my wounds, and I wanted to sleep very much.

“But I realised that I need to hold on and move forward. I managed to go six kilometres.”

Russian man shows off injuries after bear fightWILL STEWART

PROUD: Russian bear brawler Alexander Lopukhin lives to fight another day

A hospital spokesman in Serov, in the Russian Urals, said that Lopukhin suffered “multiple lacerations” to his head, upper limbs, and right ear.

The bear fighter added: “The main thing is that I do not have any fear.

“As soon as I get out of the hospital, I’ll go back to the forest for the mushrooms.”

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