“Yakiboy” fights another bodybuilder in broad daylight

Wild moment Two of Australia’s most famous bodybuilders brawl on the streets of Sydney in broad daylight

  • Hossein ‘Yakiboy’ Balapour and Marven Yacoub got into a fight on a Sydney street
  • It’s unclear why the two bodybuilders fought each other last week
  • In the video, Balapour appeared to use a long, thin weapon to pummel Yacoub

Shocking footage shows two of Australia’s most famous bodybuilders fighting frantically while dodging traffic on a busy Sydney street.

Hossein ‘Yakiboy’ Balapour and Marven Yacoub traded punches in a mad brawl in Zetland last week while friends desperately tried to break them up.

It’s unclear what caused the falling out between the two friends, who have posed for photos together in the past and referred to themselves as “brothers”.

At one point, Yacoub was thrown to the ground by Balapour, who then unleashed a series of punches.

Yacoub managed to climb to his feet and run away, only for Balapour to give chase while the pair ran through oncoming traffic.

Hossein'Yakiboy' Balapour (right, in gray top) appeared to be chasing fellow bodybuilder Marven Yacoub (center, in black t-shirt) during a brawl last week

Hossein ‘Yakiboy’ Balapour (right, in gray top) appeared to be chasing fellow bodybuilder Marven Yacoub (center, in black t-shirt) during a brawl last week

It's unclear what sparked the fight, as Balapour and Yacoub (pictured together in 2019) stood with the group of men before the brawl began

It’s unclear what sparked the fight, as Balapour and Yacoub (pictured together in 2019) stood with the group of men before the brawl began

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“Yakiboy” – known to his family as Hossein Balapour – is a self-proclaimed Iranian refugee who left the Middle Eastern country for a better life in Australia

Sydney South West's Marven Yacoub has brawled with Balapour in shocking video in Sydney

Sydney South West’s Marven Yacoub has brawled with Balapour in shocking video in Sydney

Balapour seemed to hit Yacoub with a long, thin weapon.

Eventually, a group of men managed to get between the fighters to stop the brawl, although both men struggled to keep it going.

Balapour and Yacoub stood with the group of men before the brawl began.

Sources told the Daily Telegraph that the two had a falling out over money and cars.

Balapour, a heavily tattooed gym junkie who previously revealed his unlikely life story as an Iranian refugee who fled to Australia by boat five years ago, is currently on bail.

He’s known for wearing Versace clothes, having a smile with gold and diamond teeth, and making a living from his exploding Instagram following.

“I’m 1.80 tall, why shouldn’t I make money off my body?” said Mr. Balapour in 2018, while also revealing that he makes up to $1500 per photoshoot.

Yacoub managed to climb to his feet and run away, only for Balapour to give chase while the pair ran through oncoming traffic

Yacoub managed to climb to his feet and run away, only for Balapour to give chase while the pair ran through oncoming traffic

Eventually, a group of men managed to get between the fighters to stop the brawl, although both men struggled to keep it going

Eventually, a group of men managed to get between the fighters to stop the brawl, although both men struggled to keep it going

Balapour is known for wearing Versace clothes, sporting a gold- and diamond-toothed smile, and making a living from his skyrocketing Instagram following

Balapour is known for wearing Versace clothes, sporting a gold- and diamond-toothed smile, and making a living from his skyrocketing Instagram following

The Iranian refugee has more than 350,000 fans and regularly boasts about his

The Iranian refugee has more than 350,000 fans and regularly boasts about his “Lamborghini body”.

Meanwhile, Yacoub, from Sydney South West, narrowly avoided going to jail for supplying steroids in 2021

Meanwhile, Yacoub, from south-west Sydney, narrowly avoided going to jail for supplying steroids in 2021

The Iranian refugee has more than 350,000 fans and regularly boasts about his “Lamborghini body”.

He is currently on bail for unrelated assault on bail, to which he has pleaded not guilty.

Meanwhile, Yacoub, from south-west Sydney, narrowly avoided going to jail for supplying steroids in 2021.

He has been accused of running a secret steroid ring while publicly promoting legal supplements on Instagram.

Yacoub was sentenced to two years and nine months after pleading guilty to four counts of supplying a prohibited drug, but was allowed to serve the sentence as an intensive community correctional order

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