His cousin Abubakar and UFC star Khamzat Chimaev’s “nonsense” dispute has been settled thanks to Khabib Nurmagomedov.
After Islam Makhachev won the lightweight title at UFC 280, the former UFC lightweight champion appeared in a video with the two fighters involved in the post-fight brawl.
“What happened yesterday does not show us well,” Khabib said.
“Neither me, nor Khamzat nor Abubakar. To tell you the truth, we are tired of this nonsense. Here we are gathered together as brothers, we hugged and Inshallah I hope that in the future we will only gather and fight for good reasons.”
Ramzan Kadyrov, the tyrant accused of well-documented human rights abuses including forced disappearances, torture, mass murder, and war crimes, mediated the argument between Nurmagomedov’s teammates and Khamzat Chimaev.
Chechen dictator Ramzan Kadyrov shared a screenshot from a video call with Khamzat Chimaev and Abubakar Nurmagomedov, the two fighters involved in a brawl after UFC 280, on his official Instagram account. Kadyrov stated in the caption that the brawl was a “misunderstanding” and that he had settled the matter between the combatants.
As Nurmagomedov made his remarks, he was standing next to Kadyrov’s right-hand man, AbuZayed Vismuradov, making Kadyrov’s involvement obvious. Patriot Vismuradov, as he is known by his alias in the U.S. Treasury sanctions list, was sanctioned in 2018 for “extrajudicial killings, torture, or other gross violations of internationally recognized human rights.” The U.S. government also accused him of an operation that “illegally detained and tortured individuals on the basis of their actual or perceived LGBTI status.”
Besides directing the deployment of Chechen troops to fight in Russia’s current invasion of Ukraine, Vismuradov serves as president of Kadyrov’s state-sanctioned Akhmat MMA fight club.
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