“This is unethical” – Russian dwarf sports association frowns on potential fight between little Russian viral people


So… there is a sports association of Russian dwarves. No, we don’t troll. And, the Russian Dwarfs Sports Association is not very happy with a potential fight between a social media star and a singer.

A viral image circulated on the internet that initially looked like two children competing for a professional title fight. As the idea continued to gain traction, social media revealed the pair are high profile adults in Russia.

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Hasbullah Magomedov is an 18-year-old blogger from Makhachkala, Russia. The social media star is often referred to as “Mini Khabib” for content from various platforms, especially Instagram. Currently, its audience has expanded beyond the Russian market and is slowly seeping into North America.

Abdu Rozik, the other man in the picture, is a singer well known throughout Russia and Europe. Rozik is also currently in the world record books for being the smallest singer on the planet, although his height is not listed on the internet.

Magomedov and Rozik went viral due to a potential fight between the two stars. And with the tendency for social media stars to fight because of the Triller Fight Club, it’s no surprise that the potential for fighting is likely.



Russian dwarfs sports association reacts to potential fight

Rumors have led people to believe that the duo will face off in a professional mixed martial arts fight. However, the Russian Dwarf Athletic Association disagrees with the fight and believe it is unethical. The head of the organization, Uliana Podpalnaya, spoke about the potential fight at RT Sport.

“It’s not even like a show fight. They (Magomedov and Rozik) are paid a lot of money and it’s a show to make people laugh, ”he said.

Then he went on to note that the potential fight is unethical. Plus, this serious sport doesn’t have to be funny.

“There is nothing serious about it, it is not sport. It’s unethical, wrong, from my point of view. It seems that it is only on the one hand that it can be correct and beautiful – if martial arts among little people becomes a Paralympic sport. “

“It could be judo, karate, and people will understand that this is a serious sport, serious performance and not some kind of laughter show,” Podpalyana explained. “Events like this don’t draw attention to the sport of little people. If interest in it arises, it is only for business that a lot of money is invested in it. And in terms of growing the sports careers of these guys, there’s no prospect. ”

So should the Russian Dwarf Sports Association allow the fight to take place? And, if that happens, will fans be watching?


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