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Someone has simulated Hasbulla Magomedov vs Abdu Rozak inside the Octagon, bringing the bitter rivalry to UFC 4.
The pair of viral sensations have been going back and forth for a long time now and had a wild brawl at UFC 267 in Abu Dhabi.
Although they have regularly butted heads, a fight between the two is yet to materialise despite the incredible anticipation for it from fans.
However, one YouTuber decided to see how it would pan out virtually and created the rivals on EA Sports' latest UFC game.
Earlier this year, 'Create-A-Player' added the two teenagers into the game and pitted them against one another in a contest for the flyweight title.
Hasbulla, is nicknamed 'Mini Khabib' and obviously, gave him the Dagestani fighter's Papakha hat. In his profile from UFC, Hasbulla is described as a "powerful ground and pounder" and someone who "has fans buzzing about their debut".
And the 19-year-old lived up to the hype. The bout was an absolute war that would definitely have won 'Fight of the Night' but it was Hasbulla who scored the brutal knockout in the fourth round.
He sent Abdu into another dimension with a vicious uppercut that left him right on the canvas. Hasbulla celebrated wildly, before Herb Dean declared him the winner and Dana White tied the belt around his waist.
White, like all of us, is a huge fan of Hasbulla and linked up with him at UFC 267 last month.
The UFC president has said there is "more than a zero per cent chance" of Hasbulla competing inside the Octagon.
"Is there more than a 0% chance that Hasbulla fights in the UFC?"— Robbie Fox (@RobbieBarstool) November 3, 2021
Dana White: "Yes." pic.twitter.com/npHyZXRF4L
However, in a separate interview, White did say that the superstar's father isn't too keen on him fighting.
"I don't know if he wants to get involved," White told Pardon My Take.
"From what I hear, his father is super protective of him. If that's the case, you don't want your kid fighting."
One thing is for sure, though, we need Hasbulla vs Abdu to happen in real life.
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