UFC head White set Nurmagomedov as an example for young Americans
The head of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Dana White, set the Russian mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov as an example to young Americans. He spoke out on the FULL SEND PODCAST YouTube channel.
According to him, the athlete’s team could take over the United States right now. “Because our younger generation is a bunch of pissers. Some of these guys from Russia were born different, they were raised differently, they have a different mentality. And we become weaklings,” White said.
On November 19, White said that Nurmagomedov’s decision to leave the UFC broke his heart. “I think Khabib had a lot more to offer and a lot more to do,” White said.
Nurmagomedov is a former UFC lightweight champion. He defended the title three times. The athlete won 29 victories in 29 professional fights according to MMA rules.
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