Mike Tyson: ‘Mini Khabib’ Hasbulla advised to learn English after the latest HotBoxin episode: UFC News: After posting videos of himself to…
Mike Tyson: ‘Mini Khabib’ Hasbulla advised to learn English after the latest HotBoxin episode: UFC News: After posting videos of himself to TikTok, Hasbulla, also known as “Mini Khabib,” quickly became one of the most popular internet figures in the world. Hasbulla may be short in appearance, but he has over six million Instagram followers. Follow UFC News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
Hasbulla, 20, has admitted that he still wants to see Mike Tyson, 56, despite their bizarre initial encounter. During their recent podcast appearance together, the boxing great picked up the adult TikTok inventor and even tried to nip his ear.
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Around 11 million people have viewed the unusual exchange on Twitter in less than 24 hours since it first appeared online.
‘Mini Khabib’ Hasbulla belongs to a tiny town in Russia Makhachkala in the republic of Dagestan and has been looking forward to experiencing the culture of different Countries. After a trip to Australia. Hasbulla travelled to America with an intention of meeting Mike Tyson and Elon Musk.
The 3ft 4in (1.03m) blogger shot to fame in 2020, thanks to the advent of the internet.
Mike Tyson: ‘Mini Khabib’ Hasbulla advised to learn English after the latest HotBoxin episode- ‘He will colonize the US’
The videos he posted to TikTok, in which he frequently mocked MMA athletes, went viral, making him the target of millions of memes, posts, and tweets during the epidemic.
Hasbulla’s childlike appearance and dwarfism, the result of a rare form of Growth Hormone Deficiency (GHD), garnered him instant fame, and his popularity shows no signs of waning.
A man of courage, Hasbullah! When the internet star challenged heavyweight boxing icon Mike Tyson on an episode of his podcast, viewers couldn’t believe their eyes.
The 20-year-old strapped on some boxing gloves and started sparring with the former fighter while they were both guests on the programme.
Hasbulla said that he liked the culture of America, and said that everyone he came across in the country treated him well. The only problem he was facing during the podcast was the language barrier for which Hasbulla was also advised to learn English and move to America. Mike Tyson also said that Hasbulla is a man with a good heart.
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