UFC star Khabib Nurmagomedov has reportedly lost his dear father Abdulmanap days after contracting deadly coronavirus throwing the 31-year-old into serious mourning. The deceased was on the hospital bed for almost three months after tested positive to coronavirus before he later suffered heart attack due to the complications.
While citing RT.com, the report on Sun has it that Chechen Republic leader Ramzan Kadyrov confirmed that the 57-year-old has passed away.
Khabib Nurmagomedov will definitely be in a bad mood following this latest development considering how his father helped his career in UFC.
Right from the time he was young, Khabib Nurmagomedov got the confidence from his dad that he can beat any opponent and it is that spirit that has been helping him.
Abdulmanap never left his son for once as he was always seen beside him before and after any fight against his opponent.
He also played a significant role in helping his son becoming UFC lightweight champion of the world. Meanwhile, Khabib Nurmagomedov has not responded to this latest development that has to do with the death of his lovely father.
Getty Images He has been hoping that his dad recovers from Covid-19 after coming out of coma last month in Russia where he was flown to in special flight.
With 28 wins so far in his professional career, Khabib Nurmagomedov has not lost any fight. Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Floyd Mayweather is not taking anything for granted demanding $600 million for his comeback 2020 fight with Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov.
The Money Man earning a whopping £300m when he fought with the Notorious Irish fighter back in 2017.
Now the undefeated boxing king is working closely with UFC President Dana King to arrange a rematch with McGregor and Khabib on the same day.
But if that must happen, Mayweather is looking at making the highest pay-per-view event in boxing’s history.
Reflecting on his bout with McGregor in 2017, Mayweather also discussed how his career earning have continued to rise since taking charge of his own career.
Source: News update