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KHABIB BURST INTO TEARS AFTER HIS FINAL FIGHT

 KHABIB BURST INTO TEARS AFTER HIS FINAL FIGHT


 

AND REMINDED EVERYONE OF THE DUTY TO OUR PARENTS TO BE CLOSE TO THEM AND LOVE THEM, HE'S NOW OFFICIALLY RETIRED 29-0.

 


Khabib burst into tears after his final fight and reminded everyone of the duty to our parents to be close to them and love them, not too long ago he lost his own father too. He's now officially retired 29-0, Al hamdulilla (Praise be to God).

 

I can disagree with the sport of MMA and it's permissibility from an Islamic standpoint, but you still have to respect the man and his character and being a role model for many young Muslims that see him in the way he acts outside the Octagon.

 

Doesn't everybody pray? Why am I posting this? This isn't anything special? Yes I know I know the usual responses, and yes it's just a group of brothers praying. But Khabib is one of the biggest names not just in MMA, but in the whole of world Sports. So especially for any youth that follow the page or see this elsewhere on the internet it helps to inspire them seeing their favourite athletes in ibadah and praying to Allah (God), only in praying to Allah (God) is true success and happiness.   

 

@khabib_nurmagomedov said on an Instagram post once, "The only thing you will never achieve is the satisfaction of people. The priority in all matters and undertakings must be the satisfaction of the Almighty".   

 

Responding to this post one person asked: "Do you think the Almighty is satisfied with you? Taking part in haram fights for money". Khabib replies saying "I don't think so", meaning he believes Allah (God) will not be happy or approve of what he does in the Octagon.

 

Why does he say this? Because the major scholarly opinion in Islam is that MMA and Boxing and other such sports where the aim is to inflict heavy damage on your opponent and in particular strikes to the face to get a knockout or TKO. Our Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) very clearly said in the hadith to avoid and to not strike the face.

 

Even when inflicting "Hadd" punishment on an individual according to the shariah in Islam, our Prophet once again said to avoid striking the face. So what do you think he would say about boxing and MMA? I mean look at the face of some of these people after the fights, it says it all.

 

Our Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) himself wrestled, at them times in Arabia people used to wrestle, not the WWE you see now but actual wrestling and grappling. This did not involve striking the face or inflicting heavy damage. It's all about strength and skill to get the opponent on the ground and hold them down.

 

For a person to train in MMA or Boxing gym personally I don't see why there would be a problem with that, as long as it's training and learning and strengthening and not prize fighting and beating each other to death, training with protective equipment should be fine.

 

Didn't have enough lines to write everything, but overall I respect Khabib for how he acts and how he portrays himself and being a role model to the youth. He's better than most of the people out there so if there's any famous people to look upto in terms of character and how he acts outside the ring then let it be Khabib. However, I don't sugar coat anything and there's many things I would also disagree on with Khabib outside the Octagon too such as Putin and Kadyrov etc....

 

But I know he's also in a position of difficulty too being a such big name, and it's easy for me to say words sitting comfy on my bed, things are easier said than done. So let's not get into that rn and I respect him generally for his character and how he is, especially being one of the biggest names in world sport right now. This video is from the past few days before the #Gaetjhe fight. #ufc254 #khabibnurmagomedov #khabib 

 

May Allah (God) guide him upon the right path in the next leg of his journey, Ameen. There's lots of possibilities out there and In'Shaa'Allah (If God Wills) I hope he does good to help the Ummah (Society).


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Arham said…
Role model๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ’š
Blogger said…
Why he's retiring
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Fathima said…
Interesting keep up the good work