Hasbulla’s First Officially Licensed Autographed UFC Trading Card Unveiled
The one and only social media sensation Hasbulla Magomedov is finally getting his own sports trading card. What took so long, right? This mini MMA maestro has been dominating the internet with his impressive athletic prowess for ages, so it’s about time he gets the recognition he deserves. I mean, there’s a reason why the UFC signed this kid to a 5-year deal.
And, of course, his fans are already going nuts over the announcement. Next month, they’ll have the chance to own the signed sporting memorabilia from the legend himself. Just be prepared to sell your kidney or your soul because this will definitely cost you a fortune on the market
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Panini America, a prominent player in the realm of sports trading cards and collectibles, has crafted a UFC rookie ‘Prizm’ card for the viral sensation hailing from Russia. Given that the company works with elite stars such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Lebron James and Lionel Messa this is quite an impressive feat for Hasbulla. However, we ain’t surprised in the slightest that he has joined this exclusive club of rare talents.
Aligning himself with fellow Dagestani and UFC bigwigs like Khabib Nurmagomedov and Islam Makhachev, Hasbulla has gone from an adorable online kiddo to a bona fide A-lister. His recent trip to Australia was such a big deal that it practically halted the entire country in amazement. In fact, we’re utterly astounded that the Prime Minister didn’t drop to his knees and plant a reverential kiss on Hasbulla’s feet as a meek display of submission during their stroll on the sands of Bondi Beach.
The Panini trading card proves that Hasbulla’s stardom isn’t slowing down anytime soon. What’s next for the one they call ‘Mini Khabib’? We suggest Jon Jones stop running and give the fans the fight we all want. Let’s settle this GOAT debate once and for all.
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