Guinness World Records Russian sumo wrestler dies at 21

Russian sumo wrestler Dzhambulat Khatokhov, who got into the Guinness Book of Records, died at the age of 21. This was reported in Instagram President of the Sumo and Mas-Wrestling Federation of Kabardino-Balkaria (KBR), coach Russian junior mas-wrestling team Betal Gubzhev.

“The Guinness Book of Records record holder, the first sumo wrestler of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic Dzhambulat Khatokhov has passed away. My condolences to family and friends,” Gubzhev wrote, but did not disclose the cause of death.

In 2003, at 3.5 years old, Dzhambulat Khatokhov was included in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest and strongest boy in the world for his age. Then his weight was 48 kilograms, and his foot size was 32. By the age of 17, his weight was 230 kilograms. As a child, he took part in the “Big wash” program, after which he gained fame. Then a story about him was filmed by journalists from Germany.

In 2019 it was reported about the fattest man in the world who lost weight and was left with 95 kilograms of excess skin. In 2016, the Mexican Juan Pedro Franco (Juan Pedro Franco) reached 590 kilograms, and he was included in the Guinness Book of Records as the heaviest person in the world. The Mexican could not get out of bed and did not leave his room for six years. However, then within three years he lost 330 kilograms.