Hashtag Habib Nur Mamedov appeared in various languages on social media platforms after the match of the Russian star, who announced his retirement after winning it.
“Nasherakum” (10/25/2020) I followed the collapse of the world heavyweight champion in tears after his match, to rise afterwards and announce his retirement after the death of his father and coach Abd al-Manaf Nur Mamedov of his infection with the Corona virus at the age of 57.
The hashtag saw stars of mixed martial arts and sports around the world praising Habib’s career, which they described as historic, and sports fanatic activists bidding farewell to the player, who they described as a rare sporting phenomenon.
“I will not be back here without my father,” with these words the undefeated champion of his career announced his retirement from MMA. As for the organization’s president, Dana White, he had announced during a press conference that Habib came to the fight with a broken foot, describing him as one of the most powerful people on the face of the planet.
Hundreds of thousands of tweeters interacted through Habib Nur Mamedov’s hashtags in various languages, among them the activist Nawaf Haswa, who expressed his admiration for the advice given by Mammadov and wrote: “Retire and the greatest advice .. Be close to your parents because you do not know what will happen tomorrow, he was born to be a hero.” … Goodbye, Legend. “
In turn, the songwriter Farhan al-Dada praised the high morals enjoyed by Mammadov, and wrote, “A great fighter with great morals, when he triumphed, he cried, remembering his father who died months ago and was his trainer, then prostrate to God thankfully.”
Regarding the association of Mammadov’s name with Islamic teachings, journalist C. Jay Werleman said, “Today, perhaps no other athlete represents the ideals of Islamic piety, modesty, and mastery of the craft more than the legend of mixed martial arts Habib (Eagle) Nur Mammadov.”
Whereas sports journalist Skipp Payless writes, “When wrestlers say they are retiring, history has taught us not to take them seriously, but Habib cut from a different proverbial fabric, or steel in his case, his inner strength is even stronger than his external strength. It’s hard to believe if he is.” It was like this, what a hero! Salute. “