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Homeless: Elliot Seymour (pictured right and left), the man who lost to Rourke on Friday, is a drifter who trained at the same Hollywood gym Rourke and was paid to fly to Russia to make the actor 'look good’In an exclusive interview, a source close to Seymour’s family, said: 'It was clearly a fixed fight.The whole bouncing off the ropes, hands down, punches were not landing and they were intentionally hitting each other’s gloves.'There are people at Wild Card gym who know that Elliot’s in a really terrible situation and pretty much living on the streets, these are Mickey Rourke’s people who Elliot’s been around and known for some time.

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Posing with the stars: On his Facebook page, where he goes under the name Elliot Buffalo Solider, Seymour has posted photos of himself with boxing legend Oscar Dela Hoya (left) and TV presenter Mario Lopez (right)Familiar face: Alejandro Puelma, 29, the manager at the Starbucks that Seymour bases himself in (pictured above), confirmed the boxer was currently homeless, adding he was well liked by staff and customers After defeating Seymour in the second round of Friday's fight Rourke celebrated by carrying his trainer Marvin Somodio on his shoulders and parading him around the ring. They said: 'All these headlines Mickey Rourke beat someone half his age…

yeah he did but you’re not telling them the real story, the real story is he’s homeless and desperate and he will probably go back to living on the streets when he gets back.

People have no clue about that.'There’s so much more to the situation than people know, and there’s so much that’s more important than the fact it was fixed, which is the fact he doesn’t have a home and he’s got some mental health issues.

Victory: After defeating Seymour in the second round of Friday's fight Rourke (left, during the match and, right, after) celebrated by carrying his trainer Marvin Somodio on his shoulders and parading him around the ring After the fight, the source sent the friend a news link that questioned if the fight was fake and they then confirmed it, messaging: 'They told him to throw the fight I hope he gets home safely and paid.

The family source added: 'Maybe the arrangement changed from the 4th round to the 2nd but the fact he was saying they wanted him down in the 4th let’s you know that Elliot must have communicated what the situation was to this guy.''He was living up in San Francisco for several months, pretty much on the streets, very estranged from his family and he ended up moving back down here and he’s pretty much been living on the streets.

The family source thinks he has found it hard to accept he was not a good boxer, saying: 'When his boxing career wasn’t working out he started having problems.

I don’t know if he has a learning disability or what.'Basically some crazy stuff happened and the family had to get a restraining order against Elliot, because he’s not living anywhere and doesn’t have a job there was no set pattern to where he would be.'He has anger issues and became rude and volatile.

A psychiatrist may say he’s got some illusions of grandeur because of the fact he has such a bad boxing record but continued to train as a professional boxer.

Weighing in: Mickey Rourke (left) and Elliot Seymour (right) before the fight in Russia on Friday.

A source at Wild Card gym, where both men train, said that he had heard the actor took part 'for the money''People hoped he might retrain as a personal trainer.

He was once training with Mario Lopez who hosts Extra, so he did that for a bit but he wasn’t interested in those things, all he wanted to focus on was boxing.

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