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Khabib Nurmagomedov to retire soon? His dad Abdulmanap drops enormous hint on UFC winner’s future

Last updated on September 12, 2019

Khabib improved his record 28-0 because his undefeated streak in MMA proceeds after his triumph over Poirier. Throughout 3 rounds, Khabib completely dominated Poirier and made him tap into a rear-naked choke far into the worship of their Saudi Arabian lovers.

And since then he’s turned into crucial watch fighter in the UFC, somebody who has countless rooting for his achievement. But that time could come earlier rather than later, based on his dad.

Khabib’s dad and trainer Abdulmanap has granted an interview with Russian information agency TASS and confessed his son would retire after two conflicts.

“Seeing his last battle, then naturally, We’d enjoy his closing name defense to be in Moscow,” he added.

Khabib had the aid of tens of thousands of fans from Yas Island, Abu Dhabi as was vociferous since they chanted his name total quantity. And they weren’t disappointed as Khabib impressively kept his title.

‘The Eagle’ had previously commented that he would like to retire early since he isn’t seeking to fight until his 40s.

Once at the beginning of the minute round, Poirier was landing some punches since Khabib attempted to evade. Then just before the conclusion, Poirier secured in a guillotine that was also masterfully negated from the Dagestani.

‘I am not a fighter. I have been the winner for years. I have already defended my name. This is my next defense. I do not have a lot of struggles beforehand since I do not wish to struggle when I am 40 years old. This is not my plan. We are going to see.”

Khabib has many choices facing him. The most apparent one is Tony Ferguson, who’s the no. 1 competition and is about a 12-fight winning series. There’s another vast title, Conor McGregor lurking at the rear, who has commented he would like to fight at Moscow. But, Khabib asserts he would love to battle Georges St-Pierre until he takes time on his profession.