Hasbulla wants to meet Mike Tyson again despite being picked up like a baby and having ear nibbled
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Hasbulla, 20, has revealed that he's still keen on meeting Mike Tyson, 56, after the very unusual first encounter they both shared.
The pair teamed up to speak on a recent Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson podcast episode when, all of a sudden, the boxing legend picked up the adult TikTok creator and even tried to nibble his ear.
Hasbulla Magomedov, also known as 'Mini Khabib', is no stranger to becoming the centre of internet hype.
The 3ft 4 (1.03m) blogger first entered the public eye back in 2020 after rising to internet stardom overnight.
His many videos on TikTok went instantly viral, seeing him become the subject of thousands of memes, posts and tweets during the pandemic where he would often mock MMA fighters.
Due to his child-like appearance and dwarfism, caused by a rare type of Growth Hormone Deficiency (GHD), Hasbulla immediately caught the attention of the public and his hype doesn't seem to be dying down anytime soon.
Tyson captioned the video: "Hasbulla got hands," alongside a very fitting boxing glove emoji.
In the footage, Hasbulla can be seen pretending to fight with the former heavyweight boxer, throwing a few mock jabs his way as Tyson played along with dodging the playful blows.
Within seconds, however, Tyson did something that has since sent the internet into a spiral.
It was clearly the crossover we never thought we needed.
The boxer then hauled Hasbulla off the floor where he was delivering the punches and picked him up as if he were a child.
At this point in time, a chorus of laughter from the Nelk Boys can be heard as Tyson maintains to keep the 20-year-old in the air.
He even pretended to nibble Hasbulla's ear as he made a reference to his iconic fight with fellow athlete, Evander Holyfield.
Fans, obviously, went wild for it with the clip currently standing at 11.6 million views.
One Twitter user posted: "Mike, he is a full age adult!!!"
"Mike treating him like a baby," a second pointed out.
A third added: "Bro Hasbulla is like 20 why is he holding him like a baby?"
While many were shocked by Tyson's actions, it's clear that one person wasn't phased by the ordeal at all.
Hasbulla has since retweeted John Shahidi's post saying the time spent with the boxing legend and the social media star was 'one amazing day' accompanied with a cute selfie of the trio.
Hasbulla has also promised fans that another meeting is in the pipeline and will be 'even bigger'.
He tweeted: "We will do it again soon. Even bigger next time," with two muscle emojis - one for each of them it seems.
So, it seems that Tyson's tussle wasn't too big of a deal for Hasbulla after all.
Now, fans can kick back and count down the days when this unlikely duo will meet again.