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Hasbulla Vs Adbu Rozik Fight In Doubt After Pair Appear To Bury Hatchet In New Video

Hasbulla Vs Adbu Rozik Fight In Doubt After Pair Appear To Bury Hatchet In New Video

Hasbulla Magomedov​ and Abdu Rozik appear to have buried the hatchet in a newly-surfaced video.

Robert Mann

Robert Mann

Hasbulla Magomedov and Abdu Rozik quickly became overnight internet sensations after squaring off against each other ahead of their arranged fight later this year - but there's some bad news.

Despite looking poised to become one of the biggest fights of the year, Hasbulla and Abdu looked to have buried the hatchet - raising serious question marks as to whether or not their fight will be going ahead.

However, if their fight fails to materialise, Hasbulla has received an offer to fight inside the Octagon - after UFC star Rafael Fiziev took the bold move of calling out the 18-year-old on Saturday night.

The winner took his moment after the fight - while being interviewed in the octagon by Daniel Cormier - to throw his name into the hat to take on the internet sensation.

Hasbulla, dubbed by many as the face of the fight game, and Abdu, one of the world's smallest ever singers, first went viral on social media after their hilarious pre-fight 'press conference' was posted online.

Just last month, Chechen MMA fighter Ashab Tamaev announced that the pair would be squaring off soon, but a newly-surfaced video has revealed that they seem to have left their beef behind them.

Clutching a white dove under his right arm, Rozik can be seen delicately stroking the eye-catching bird as Hasbulla smiles and chuckles by his side.

The video, if anything, shows that the pair have become friends again, with the footage revealing both 18-year-old's laughing and bonding over the majestic vertebrate.

Even more intriguing, a dove has often been seen as a symbol of peace and innocence for thousands of years in many different cultures.

With that said, their pair bonding over the bird could very well symbolise that they are both putting their history behind them and will opt for peace, rather than violence.

Sadly, for the dedicated fight fans out there, this might mean that their proposed clash will have to wait a little longer. Unless, of course, they have a disagreement over whose turn it is to hold the bird next.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok

Topics: Hasbulla, TikTok