Internet sensation Hasbula Magomedov may find his next opponent.
The 18-year-old wants to fight UFC superstar Conor McGregor before his scandalous fight with Abdou Rozik.
Asksab Tamayev recently posted a hilarious skit on his YouTube channel featuring Hasbulla. The famous duo was discussing the next fight of the Dagestanis, before the angry Hasbullah almost wreaked havoc.
In skiing, Hasbula was asked who he wanted to challenge Logan Paul and McGregor to Henry Sejudo. The 18-year-old answered.
“I want to punish this one (Conor McGregor). He talks too much. “
Asked if he was ready to fight McGregor despite the size difference, Hasbulla said:
– Yes, I want to punish him.
See the full gap below:
Given Hasbullah’s brutality, it is impossible to count him against McGregor. After all, he can throw defective hooks like this …
Hasbula’s social media presence continues to grow
Hasbulla became famous on social media after his funny videos were spread on the Internet. From MMA fighters to boxers, everyone seems to enjoy his videos.
The Russians gained recognition after a viral confrontation with Abdou Rozik. Imitation of Khabib Nurmagomedov’s hilarious relationship with Asksab Tama brought him fame.
Logan Paul’s fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr., who became a YouTube boxer accumulated praise On Hasbulla. He also referred to the 18-year-old as “the greatest fighter”.
“I know, as long as I connect my inner Hasbula, the greatest fighter of our time, we are going to get the job done,” Paul said. “I am accompanying him. The fiercest fighter the world has ever seen. We love Hasbullah. I want him to go out with me. Give me Hasbullah.” he added.
Hasbulla is widely used in Russia on TikTok. He also has more than 300,000 followers on Instagram.
Although Hasbulla does not have a Twitter account, his popular page has more than 320,000 followers on the popular social media platform.
Hasbulla suffers from growth hormone deficiency (GHD), which is thought to be the cause of his stunted growth. His opponent, Abdou Rozik, apparently suffers from the same disease.