(Video) Hasbulla attacks former UFC champion Henry Cejudo during mock staredown

A video of Hasbulla hitting Henry Cejudo during a fake staredown was shared online by the former UFC dual-weight champion.

Following a year of social media teasing between the two guys, Hasbulla finally met Cejudo in person. A video of their encounter was posted on Twitter by Cejudo. It shows Hasbulla becoming aggressive and punching him as they came face to face.

Cejudo posted the video with the caption, “WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Here’s footage of Hasbulla blatantly assaulting me,” Cejudo wrote alongside the video.

“I won’t press charges as long as he SIGNS THE DAMN CONTRACT. It’s time to settle this once and for all. I’M COMING FOR YOU HASBULLA!!!”

Hasbulla is 3 feet 4 inches tall. Due to a genetic disease, he exhibits traits including stunted development and a high voice. He is thought to have a kind of dwarfism, however, this has not been verified.

The Russian youngster initially gained fame after he was associated with a brawl with 18-year-old Abdu Rozik. He is another social media sensation who has a similar growth problem, but nothing happened following their altercation at a press conference.

Since then, he has grown to be a social media phenomenon. Hasbulla more than three million Instagram followers and two billion TikTok views.

Although practically everyone likes him, UFC icon Conor McGregor has a problem with Hasbulla. He started the most improbable feud of 2022 by taking pointless jabs at him on social media.

In the midst of their long conflict, UFC president Dana White said he had signed the young man to his promotion but would not say whether he would compete or not.

Cejudo hasn’t competed since defeating Dominick Cruz in the second round of UFC 249 in May 2020 to successfully defend his bantamweight belt. During his post-fight interview, the 35-year-old startled everyone by announcing his retirement. Ever since then, he has however been discussing a return.