Highlights: Abdu Rozik And Erali Boyqobilov Slugged To A Draw, Hasbulla Could Be Next

The slugfest got people waiting for Hasbulla to be next.

Abdu Rozik And Erali Boyqobilov Scrap
Abdu Rozik And Erali Boyqobilov Scrap - Image credit @MMAProsPick X.com
  • Abdu Rozik and Erali Boyqobilov scrapped to a draw in a boxing match in Dubai
  • People are now calling for Rozik vs. Hasbulla

Famed singer and influencer Abdu Rozik went toe-to-toe in a boxing match with Erali Boyqobilov at Social Knockout 3 in a wild showdown that ended in a draw.

Small men, big fight

Both Rozik and Boyqobilov came in prepared for an all-out war but it was the latter who displayed superior boxing skills. On the other hand, Rozik demonstrated remarkable determination by enduring the entire match despite receiving numerous blows.

Boyqobilov unloaded a flurry of power punches at Rozik across all four two-minute rounds but failed to flatten the Tajikistani singer out. Ultimately, the match ended in a draw, leading to Boyqobilov in disbelief. Feeling frustrated, Boyqobilov criticized the fight results and accused Rozik of cheating.

All told, the match was nothing short of entertaining. Check out the highlights below:

Fans want Hasbulla next

Rozik gained popularity primarily due to his ongoing rivalry with Hasbulla. As expected, his recent match at Social Knockout 3 in Dubai against Boyqobilov has further intensified the demand for a showdown between the two.

Despite Hasbulla being the instigator in previous confrontations, Rozik has proven to everybody that he is not only for the show but he is really down to scrap. UFC president Dana White is believed to have tried to book a fight between Hasbulla and Rozik back in 2021. After this match, it will be interesting to see if a battle between the two charismatic personalities will finally take place sooner rather than later.

Published on July 8, 2024 at 10:19 am
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