Hasbulla Magomedov is without a doubt one of the combat sports community’s most amusing, endearing, and well-known figures right now. The online sensation, however, recently revealed that he had to turn down a WrestleMania 39 invitation as it was during Ramadan.
WrestleMania 39 took place at the SoFi stadium in Inglewood, California. As far as pay-per-view wrestling events go, the annual WWE flagship event is often regarded as the biggest and most well-liked. “WrestleMania Goes Hollywood” was the tagline for this year’s much anticipated two-night wrestling extravaganza, which started on April 1.
Float like a butterfly sting like a bee, putting my money on Ryan cause that dub is guaranteed pic.twitter.com/iRvN8x2lfK
— HasbullaHive 🐐 (@HasbullaHive) April 23, 2023
Why Hasbulla turned down the WWE invitation to attend WrestleMania 39?
The Russian youngster is a well-known online personality who gained limelight for his humorous videos on Instagram, Tiktok, and other social media sites. Earlier the Dagestani internet influencer signed a five-year contract with Dana White’s mixed martial arts organization.
Hasbulla has been playing the role of an important personality in several different sports’ promotional campaigns in addition to serving as a brand ambassador for Ultimate Fighting Championship. Hasbulla even shared photos of himself wearing a world wrestling entertainment championship belt, which quickly gained popularity among fans of the sport.
Therefore, it was only expected that Hasbulla would appear in the biggest wrestling event of the year given the Dagestani celebrity’s popularity and influence. Hasbulla was unable to attend the two-night wrestling spectacular, which was held on April 1 and 2, because of a previously booked event in Saudi Arabia.
The holy month of Ramadan, which is observed by Muslims worldwide, began on March 23 this year. Magomedov, a devout Muslim, reportedly intended to spend the holy month in Makkah, the holiest city for Muslims. Because WrestleMania was held during Ramadan, the online personality was unable to attend.
— WWE on TNT Sports (@wweontnt) March 13, 2023
Thanks to his friendship with former UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, the 20-year-old Russian has already made a name for himself in the MMA community. Do you believe it is time for Hasbulla to become well-known in the world of wrestling as well? Comment below and let us know what you think.