This is the moment Hasbulla Magomedov and Abdu Rozik nearly went to war after the UFC 267:
Russian social media star and fighter Hasbulla could be seen wearing a green tracksuit and black hat before seeming to insinuate that Abdu Rozik would be asleep soon.
The pair weren't messing either, with Hasbulla all of a sudden running towards Rozik with someone getting in the middle of them in a bid to stop anything further from happening.
The guy in the middle might not have been doing enough because Hasbulla certainly got a kick towards Russian Rozik, who had dressed for the occasion in a navy pinstripe suit.
At one stage, Rozik has to be lifted up to stop them fighting.
As the men came head to head, you can here commentary over the top as the UFC 267 came to a close following light-heavyweight world champion Glover Texeira's defeat against Jan Błachowicz.
In fact, Texeira was being interviewed as Hasbulla and Rozik tried to take the limelight.
The duo - who are both believed to have dwarfism - were in Abu Dhabi for different fighters. Hasbulla was supporting Islam Mackachev who went against Dan Hooker.
Rozik had attached himself to Hooker's camp but Mackachev ended things in the first round.
Hasbulla, who has been dubbed 'Mini Khabib' (in reference to UFC fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov) by his followers, made a name for himself after taking the internet by storm.
His level of fame has reached such heights that not only has Joe Rogan spoken about his popularity on his podcast, but he has been called out by a number of top level stars, from Logan Paul to MMA fighter Rafael Fiziev. Basically, everyone wants the Hasbulla clout.
Despite everyone wanting a piece of the Hasbulla pie, it looks like he's got his eyes set on former two-weight MMA champion Conor McGregor.
You have been chosen @TheNotoriousMMA pic.twitter.com/sdVFHYCvki
- Hasbulla :flag_ru: (@HasbulIah) June 12, 2021
In a tweet he told him he'd been 'chosen' and people were in full support (or mocking) with one writing: "Hasbulla knocks him out in 3 seconds new fastest KO [knockout] in UFC."
Another responded: "3? Don't disrespect him that much pal, try 1 second."