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We’ll talk elsewhere. Dances and death in Russian martial arts

Date: March 23, 2023 Time: 01:48:18

The epic with scandalous outings of pop-MMA fighters continued on the streets and led to murder.

It all started with the fact that the former UFC fighter Khadis Ibragimov came to his fight and performed a dance, a regular dance, it is clear that the guy was preparing. All this looked really interesting and caused a strong reaction on the network among teenagers and beyond. Why did Hadith react so violently to all of this? It is not clear, but he was going to meet someone in Dagestan, and here the situation already fell outside the legal framework. Who to meet and why?

The second case occurred with Gadzhi “Automatic” Navruzov, who entered the fight in Harry Potter style, and was assisted by Khadis Ibragimov. The departure again blew up the fans, and on the basis of this, the world champion in Brazilian jiu-jitsu Vidadi Mardanov was shot dead in Derbent, who was fixing relations with Hadis Ibragimov’s enemy Akbar Gadzhiekperov. The fight ended with a shot and the death of Mardanov. Now the forces of order, who have already presented a version of what happened, will have to find out. Yes, all this happened on the basis of the dances of Khadis Ibragimov: Statement of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Dagestan:

“The public was divided into pros and cons. Disputes, including on the network, were heated, the judgments of both parties were categorical. Supporters with opponents could not come to a compromise, and one of these clashes led to a tragedy – one person died as a result of the conflict.

The main essence of the negative sounded like this: “These dances are not male actions.”

Let’s find out. Navruzov and Ibragimov are artists. Yes, yes, that’s right, artists and then some athletes, what was expected of them? Guys earn money, hype, what masculine qualities, in this context, are we talking about? Silly and funny.

Pop MMA needs regulation. Fedor Emelianenko spoke about this more than once, but how can the harmless exits of wrestlers-artists be regulated? The Ministry of Sports of Russia should think about this – this is their direction and a headache.

More importantly, the masculine qualities are not manifested in pop MMA or classic MMA. This is all a larger concept and arranging a showdown over such nonsense is nonsense. I am ashamed, just ashamed of this whole situation, and Khadis Ibragimov and Gadzhi Navruzov also need to think about their exits, but it is better to leave all this, with a career. Because? It’s been too long.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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