Watch: Mike Tyson Carries Hasbulla Like His Child After Playful Boxing

"The Baddest Man on the Planet" and Hasbulla had an epic encounter.

Hasbulla With Mike Tyson
Hasbulla With Mike Tyson - Image credit @hotboxinpodcast Twitter
  • Hasbulla visited Mike Tyson on the set of his podcast and fooled around with each other
  • The boxing legend could be seen carrying Hasbulla like his own child

Internet star Hasbulla traveled to the U.S. and paid boxing legend Mike Tyson a visit. As expected, the meeting between two famous personalities in combat sports was epic.

Like father and son

Hasbulla was in Los Angeles and checked in on Tyson at the Hotboxin podcast studios on Tuesday. The pair did not fail to entertain everybody on the set, including their social media fans as Tyson shared a video of him fooling around with Hasbulla.

In the video, Hasbulla could be seen playfully hitting Tyson with some combinations as “The Baddest Man on the Planet” tries to duck and cover. In the end, the pair had a laugh and Tyson carried Hasbullah like his own child, seemingly trying to nibble on the internet star’s ear.

Watch the clip below:

“Hasbulla got hands,” HotBoxin’ with Mike Tyson’s official Twitter page wrote.

Hasbulla has made it a habit to playfully beat former and world champions whenever they meet in the flesh. It can be recalled that he hilariously beat the life out of UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski when they crossed paths in Abu Dhabi. The social media influencer did the same thing to Henry Cejudo in November.

Recognized in the world of combat sports

Hasbulla has grown his network in the world of combat sports, especially in MMA. He is friends with his compatriot Khabib Nurmagomedov and has been rubbing elbows with UFC president Dana White.

This past September, Hasbulla inked a five-year deal with the UFC and said that he is fighting under the promotion’s banner soon.

Published on March 22, 2023 at 12:22 pm
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