Following his retirement from UFC, Khabib Nurmagomedov joining the ranks of professional wrestling would seem like a natural fit, but his manager sent a warning to anyone who would step in the ring with the longest-reigning UFC lightweight Champion.
During an interview with TMZ, Khabib’s manager Ali Abdelaziz called wrestlers “soft steroid freaks”, who would get beat up in real life if they went one on one with his Nurmagomedov.
“Let’s be real, [if] any of these soft steroid freaks wanted to go ahead and have a wrestling match with Khabib and they wanna get beat up for real, they know who they need to call,” “He’ll go there and he’ll smash John Cena’s face. No problem.”
Following his statement, T-Bar of Retribution, who has been vocal in the past when celebrities speak about wrestling, tweeted the following.
Listen bud @AliAbdelaziz00, we don’t have weight classes here in @WWE, so if little man @TeamKhabib wants to get flattened in about 12 seconds you can send me your number and I’d be happy to give you a call.