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Australia, brace yourself, social media star Hasbulla Magomedov is planning a trip down under.
Management company The Hour Group announced on social media that the 19-year-old will be making his way from Dagestan to Australia soon.
The group simply said details are 'incoming', so we'll have to wait on something a little more concrete.
The comment section went unsurprisingly went wild with the announcement, with many anticipating the upcoming tour of the three-foot three icon.
One person wrote: “Omg omg the man the myth the LEGEND”
Another user commented: “Dream come true.”
A third person wrote: “WE ARE GOING.”
While the specifics of his Australian visit remain unknown, we can only imagine his appearance will be similar to past events the management company has hosted.
The Hour Group has organised the Evening With Khabib Nurmagomedov, An Evening With Kobe Bryant, and An Evening With Shaq events.
We just hope this speaking event is as juicy as the first formal interview Hasbulla, aka the ‘Mini Khabib’, graced us with last month.
While sitting down with Barstool Sports in Dubai, the star spoke of everything from his lavish lifestyle, politics, his newfound fame and even dissed Manchester United player Cristiano Ronaldo.
“I could not care less about Ronaldo. I am more famous than him," He said proudly. "The only thing he does in a match is pass around the ball.”
Hasbulla also spoke of his well-known rival Abdu Rozik, who was born with the same growth hormone deficiency as he does, while addressing rumours of their long awaited fight.
He said: “When I’m in Dubai, his home, he is nowhere to be found. But when I go back to Dagestan he starts talking that talk. And when we actually square up in person, he freezes. He literally can’t move. But next time I see him, it’s on sight.”
In the same interview, the social media star even teased a career in politics, as he’s even entertaining the idea of working in international affairs.
“I want to become Minister of Internal Affairs for [the Russian republic of] Dagestan… first I’ll find my haters and make them panic," he said.
And with that, we can’t wait to see how Aussies will take to him.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/hasbulla.hushetskiy. Alamy
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