Hasbulla UFC walkout

Hasbulla Makes His Official UFC Walkout Debut At UFC 280

Hasbulla Magomedov has become one of the most talked about names in combat sports in recent months.

The 19-year-old 3ft dwarf and internet sensation first came to prominence after appearing in a series of viral videos where he was being restrained from attacking another 3ft Russian teenager with a similar form of dwarfism as his. Now, he finds himself rubbing shoulders with some of the biggest names in both the UFC and beyond.

Magomedov’s story is an inspiring one, and his talent inside the Octagon is undeniable. In fact, he was even able to earn himself a contract with the promotion, after drawing attention from UFC president Dana White in the process.

As his star continues to rise, it’s clear that the UFC sees a lot of potential in what he can bring to the table.

Whether it’s mixing it up with Khabib Nurmagomedov or Islam Makhachev, or even giving UFC featherweight king Alexander Volkanovski a burger to the face during a cooking video, he’s always making headlines.

There are definitely critics who aren’t big fans of his broadcasting features, but as long as he keeps getting attention, the UFC will keep him around.

Watch Video: Hasbulla Makes His UFC Debut Walkout 

As he prepares to make his official walk to cage-side, Hasbulla is shadowboxing and taking in the moment in front of an empty Etihad stadium. He looks every bit ready for his big debut, with a team supporting him and a walkout song playing. It’s clear that he’s destined to play a big role on their social media platforms or, at the very least, be featured alongside some of the company’s best talent. He was there to witness UFC 280 and to support Isalm at a sold-out crowd in attendance in Abu Dhabi, where UFC 280 took place.

Will Hasbulla fight for the UFC?

Some people argue that it would be foolish for the UFC not to take advantage of signing Hasbulla and having him fight in the promotion. After all, he has already taken part in a string of skits and many people are interested in seeing what he can do. Others, however, worry that his involvement could tarnish the integrity of the sport. Either way, you can be certain that this will be one of many times you’re going to be seeing his face at UFC events.