They brought their faces closer for a few seconds and stared at each other, as wrestlers do before a combat. Cristiano Ronaldo an
They brought their faces closer for a few seconds and stared at each other, as wrestlers do before a combat. Cristiano Ronaldo and Khabib Nurmagomedov staged an intense confrontation, which has gone viral in the social networks.
The face to face lasts a few seconds and then the Portuguese star of the Manchester United smiles, turns back to look at the camera, and then hugs himself with the former lightweight champion of the UFC. They both smile and hug at the end.
The former UFC champion took advantage of his visit to England, for business commitments, to attend the soccer, sport of which he is very fond.
Does the Eagle ‘, as they call it, have publications in a collation of the Manchester City and also in the stadium Old trafford from United. “I was supporting City. I love this sport ”, he mentioned in a publication.
Nurmagomedov He also published an image with a T-shirt of the Manchester United with your name and the number 7 on the back. In another video, he is seen talking with the Portuguese star and also a footballer Paul Pogba.
In social networks there are also videos of him in a conversation with the Scottish coach Alex Ferguson in the halls of Old Trafford.
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NurmagomedovThe 33-year-old is retired from mixed martial arts, at least as a professional fighter. His last fight was before Justin gaethje, in 2020, when he retained his title of the UFC. His professional record was 29 wins, no losses.
‘El Águila’ was the fighter who defeated the Irishman by technical knockout Conor mcgregor in 2018. He is also known for a video in which as a child he fought a bear.
In his official accounts, the former champion published the following about Christian: “He’s the best of all, keep doing your stuff Champ, you inspire millions of people around the world.”
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