(Video) UFC Flyweight dissed by Hasbulla, claims he’s more disrespectful than Andrew Tate

Hasbulla Magomedov is a viral social media star that has a contract with UFC. Magomedov suffers from a rare disorder that makes his disorder child like despite the fact that he’s close to 20 years old.

Hasbullah has become more popular in the world of mixed martial arts. It’s all due to his friendship with Khabib Nurmagomedov and lightweight champion Islam Makhachev. Hasbullah has a well documented history of supporting Dagestanis in UFC including Islam Makhachev. His popularity has a good impact on the UFC and its athletes so he usually got invited to UFC major events.

He also often does skits with UFC stars – including dissing Sean O’Malley, face offs with Cejudo and smashing Volkanovski’s face into a burger.

But it’s not all fun and games. Hasbulla’s strict upbringing led him to diss a UFC flyweight contender after he was asked for a photograph.

“Everyone loves Hasbulla.” – Kyle Cerminara started

UFC flyweight title contender Katlyn Chookagian explained on their podcast:

“It was all fighters. So he knows I’m a fighter. I asked for a picture, he literally waved his finger at me and said, ‘Women, no photo’. I mean, that seems more disrespectful to women than Andrew Tate saying he thinks women should be protected.”

Of course, Hasbulla hails out of Dagestan and is a devout Muslim. Despite the fact that he’s a social media star and makes money meeting fans he’s previously repeatedly refused to take pictures with women.

Some draw the line at handshakes. Khabib Nurmagomedov will famously take a picture with a female fan as long as there’s a health space gap between them and no hand shakes.

Khamzat Chimaev is from another region yet he too has some limitations. He famously shared a picture of himself along with ring girls – but censored their bodies with emojis.

The Hasbulla diss is no surprise – he found himself briefly banned from instagram last year when he threatened the lives of several women that posted a video of his twin sister (who also suffers from dwarfism) on social media.