A social media sensation known as Hasbulla Magomedov has amassed millions of views on his social media over the past few years. Hasbulla has gathered over 2 million Instagram followers and is known for his fast vehicles and fist battles. The Russian star’s reputation grew as a result of his social media posts criticizing UFC stars Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov. He also delivered a series of amusing pre-fight news conferences versus Abdu Rozik. Just recently, he was in the news as Conor McGregor posted insensitive tweets against him. It had not been long since then, but the internet sensation again took the world by storm as he signed a 5 year deal with UFC.
Conor McGregor’s offensive tweets toward the internet sensation Hasbulla
UFC fighter, Conor McGregor is renowned for speaking carelessly and is typically famous for receiving payment for inappropriate behavior. He recently vented his rage at the distinctive online personality Hasbulla, but it backfired horribly on him. The martial artist tweeted, “How much to get him on the volley?” referring to Hasbulla. “I’d love to boot that little gimp hasbulla over a goal post,” he continued to post.
“I’m gonna make it my mission to score a 3 pointer with him one day, hon the gaa.” He then went ahead and insulted people with Hasbulla’s condition by tweeting, “Little smelly inbred.” His insults crossed the line into disdain for a whole group of people and the fans quickly turned on him. The 34-year-old former twice UFC champion then deleted his social media post directed at the small figure.
Hasbulla signed a 5 year deal with UFC
According to a number of outlets, Hasbulla has agreed to a five-year contract with the UFC. Although he won’t compete but he will be a part of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. UFC insider Igor Lazorin revealed on his Instagram that, “Hasbulla signed a five-year contract with UFC! So far in the plan – attending tournaments, media activity. We will not talk about the amounts in detail, but there they are such that many fighters do not get that much. Hasbulla signed a 5-year contract with UFC! No fights yet, but…” Igor Lazorin claimed that as part of his job at the company, Hasbulla will attend tournaments and media appearances.
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