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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Kafelnikov has lost the Bulk of the bet and became his live is


The famous Russian tennis player Yevgeny Kafelnikov lost the dispute policy Alexei Navalny and now in the course of the year will wear a t-shirt with his name on it. Its willingness to comply with the terms of the bet he has already confirmed on Twitter.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

In his blog Navalny recalled that before the election Kafelnikov, who actively supported “Yabloko” and promised to vote for him, said that “puts the MAZ with anyone” that “Apple” will overcome the 5% barrier and make it to the Parliament.

In response, Navalny, facing to the “Apple” longstanding animosity following his graduation from his nationalistic views, proposed a bet Kafelnikov.

In that case, if “Apple” passed in the Duma, Navalny for three games of Golf would be to play Golf in a t-shirt with the inscription “Kafelnikov”, otherwise, Mike “Bulk” would be on the tennis player.

Kafelnikov took the bet, and after the elections, “Yabloko” is not only not passed in the Duma and are unable to hold back any one of his single-seat districts, but did not overcome the 3% barrier, a necessary condition for state funding.

As a result, today Navalny said that he was preparing “Eugene his new championship t-shirt, but do not know what font to write the BULK”. Tennis player have already pointed out your size shirt that policy.

Here they lived,too old me “name-calling” in 42 years?.XL https://t.co/pL9VCLaD6s

— Yevgeny Kafelnikov (@KYevgeni) 21 Sep 2016.

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