In discussing his son’s aptitude for easily handling one of nature’s greatest predators in a boyhood grappling match, Nurmagomedov’s father, Abdulmanap, told ToFight.Ru (h/t Bloody Elbow) in 2015 the matchup was “a test of character more than exercise”. “I’ve never voiced this opinion before, didn’t talk about it to anyone”.The undefeated fighter is now 28 years old and will be turning 29 on September 20 of this year. “But I’m afraid he’s got left 1.5 years”. They breed their mixed martial artists a little different there too. The victor of Nurmagomedov – Ferguson will be crowned the UFC interim lightweight champion and will likely face champion, Conor McGregor, later in the year. Crude Prices End Higher as Investors Grapple With Production
USA crude production at 9 million barrels a day last week was the highest level since early April 2016, according to the EIA data. In addition, USA oil rig count increased for the sixth straight week to the highest level in more than fourteen months. “I want him as a healthy, thinking person”, Abdulmanap added.”He didn’t have to poke me; quite frankly I believe it was his dad on the social media handle tweeting for him.it’s hilarious that a 34-year-old man just can’t seperate himself, leave the wonderboy status and come into manhood”.Khabib Nurmagomedov is undefeated in his 24 MMA fights and is slated to fight Tony Ferguson for the UFC interim lightweight championship. Israel warns Hamas against any escalation of rocket fire from Gaza
The Israeli Air Force retaliated for rocket fire from Gaza with strikes targeting five Hamas positions in the coastal strip. Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Monday afternoon have fired rockets towards several areas of the Gaza strip. Elsewhere, the highly anticipated rematch between welterweight champion Tyron Woodley and Stephen Thompson is also set for this weekend.The victor of the Nurmagomedov v Ferguson fight is tipped to then face Conor McGregor in their next bout. Le Pen lashes out at rivals as Macron tops latest polls
Fillon has pledged to stay in the race come what may, after saying for weeks that he would step down if he were put under formal investigation.