“F*** these boys” Khamzat Chimaev is furious as nobody wants to fight the UFC undefeated sensation

Khamzat “Borz” Chimaev, the three-time Swedish national champion, has a stellar professional record of 12 wins out of 12 appearances, five submission victories, and a 50% knockout ratio. 

Coming off a dominating victory over Kevin Holland, this Chechen fighter is now demanding a title shot while calling out the current UFC middleweight champion, Alex Pereira.

“I’m next for the title. Who are these guys going to fight? Alex Pereira has a 6-1 record. He lost. I’ve never lost in my life. He lost to a s*** guy; the guy’s not in the UFC as well.”

However, it appears that no one in any weight class is prepared to face off against the current third-ranked UFC welterweight fighter, as the UFC offered four fighters a fight against Chimaev, and all of them declined the offer.

“Nobody wants to fight. F**k these boys. They gave me four different countries, four different opponents. Nobody wants to fight.”

These rejections actually caused frustration for this 28-year-old fighter, so he is openly calling out anybody who just wants to fight with him.

“UFC don’t want it; the guy don’t want it, what am I going to do? I just want to fight. Give me somebody. If the guys run away from me, just give me somebody. I’m ready.”

As Chimaev experienced several last-minute terminations from his probable opponents, it is hard to get him a new opponent amidst all this negativity, but he tries to be positive and expects that he will return to the Octagon in the upcoming March.

“I’m always ready,” Chimaev said on his video blog. “We’re going to see what’s going to happen now. I think we’ll hope so for Vegas in March, we’ll see, but I don’t know who.”

As Dana White appeared to like the idea of Chimaev fighting the current second-ranked welterweight, Colby Covington, there is a good chance it will happen soon.

Saifullah Nayem

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Business undergrad and has been a culer since childhood, currently working as a combat sportswriter at SportsZion. Aside from sports, he is passionate about marketing and business-related activities.


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