For weeks now everyone has only been talking about this: an epic fight between Hasbulla “Mini Khabib” Magomedov and his rival Abdu Rozik. Knowing that the discussions in the UFC are already well underway, we invite you to find out what dwarven fights really look like. Spoiler: You might be (very) surprised.
Since Abu Dhabi’s UFC 267, Hasbulla Magomedov aka “Mini Khabib” has become a global icon. Why ? Quite simply because of his argument with another influencer with dwarfism: Abdu Rozik. To everyone’s surprise, the young Russian gave him a middle blow out of nowhere before being mastered by a member of his clan. The sequence has obviously gone viral as discussions are now being launched to start a battle between the two internet stars. But what do dwarven fights really look like?
We wanted to answer this question in this article. However, it should be noted that the dwarf fighters presented below do not have exactly the same disease as “Mini Khabib” and Abdu Rozik. In fact, unlike the two young influencers, they are not entirely stuck in a child’s body: despite their small size, they have adult physical features (faces, hair, muscles, etc.). In short, now that the explanations have been given, let’s go to 4 videos of major battles including the giant knockout of a dwarf warrior!
Casey O’Conner (lightweight champion) vs. Tony TEO
Likklemann vs. Wopke
Swoggle vs. Jeremy “Dynamite” Smith
For the little anecdote, Jeremy Smith is considered “the strongest dwarf in the world”:
Bonus: the wild knockout of a dwarf warrior in kickboxing
Although mistreated with knees and sent to the mat, this dwarf warrior (whose name we do not know) manages to get up before he brutally hits his opponent, no matter how big, with large direct hits in the head. The video is 1 minute long from start to finish.
Suffering from dwarfism, the head of the “dwarf athletes” dismantles Russia’s mini khabib!
So much for this always surprising tour through the network of dwarven struggles. Will “Mini Khabib” and Abdu Rozik be added to the list anytime soon? We keep our fingers crossed.