Hasbulla’s move to WWE falls apart over ‘principles’

Hasbulla Magomedov is a Russian social media star who gained massive popularity for his videos on TikTok and Instagram.

Despite his childlike appearance, he is 20 years old and has dwarfism, a genetic condition that results in short stature.

Hasbulla’s videos often feature him engaging in playful banter with his friends and followers, showcasing his fun-loving and charismatic personality. He has been compared to other famous internet personalities such as Lil Tay and Woah Vicky.

Apparently, he recently turned down a WWE offer, according to reports.

Despite being one of the biggest names on the internet and signing a massive contract with UFC, Hasbulla refused to attend this year’s WrestleMania event at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

According to The New York Times, WWE invited Hasbulla to attend this year’s WrestleMania event, offering him front-row tickets to the two-day extravaganza.

However, the devout Muslim turned down the proposal, citing his plans to head to Saudi Arabia for Ramadan. Hasbulla stated that he has his own principles that he will not break for any money or fame, emphasizing his strong faith and values.

Hasbulla is known for being extremely religious, and his faith plays a significant role in his life and career.

Previously Hasbulla encountered backlash when his religious upbringing led him to threaten a woman on Instagram after she recorded his sister without permission.

He has turned down massive fees for club appearances because they go against his beliefs, and for his tour of Australia, he refused to pose with female fans in meet and greets.

A statement read, “We respectfully acknowledge the cultural and personal beliefs of Hasbulla and have to accommodate his requests accordingly.”