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Molalapata said he was of the view that he was in control of the bout, and he does not have any idea how the score came to 3-0.
By the early 21st century Bout was the second most-wanted man on the planet after Osama bin Laden, whose terrorists he armed.
In the end, the bout ended in a Draw as both teams were awarded a point each to make it 3-1 in Tigers' favour.
Since I have my third pro bout on December 19, the India bout could be my fourth or fifth.
The volunteers were randomly divided into 3 groups: N-N (n = 7) that carried out 2 exercise bouts with non-dominant arm (control); N-D (n = 7) that carried out the first bout with non-dominant and the second with dominant arm; and DN (n = 7) with dominant followed to non-dominant arm.
Albert Y Dayan , who represented Bout when he was convicted of conspiracy relating to his support of a Colombian terrorist organisation, said he was notified on Tuesday that the Bureau of Prisons was delaying the transfer of Bout from a federal lockup in Brooklyn to another institution.
A former Soviet military officer with command of four languages, Bout is known as the "Merchant of Death," the nickname long used by American and international officials to describe his suspected prominence in the illicit arms trade.
Viktor Bout, who had been held in Thailand since March 2008, was extradited to the US.
Bout had been fighting extradition since he was arrested in March 2008 in Bangkok in a US-led sting operation.
Bout, dubbed ''the Merchant of Death'' by journalists Douglas Farah and Stephen Braun in their book of the same name, has probably done more to bust international sanctions and fuel bloody conflicts around the world than any man alive.
According to his website, he and Bout first met "about 14 years ago, in August of 1995, in the state of Sharjah, one of the seven states in the United Arab Emirates.
Viktor Vassilyevich Bout, considered to be the world's most notorious arms dealer who has been deeply involved in Africa's conflicts since the 1990s, had an uncanny knack of keeping out of jail.