The “G.O.A.T.” in the eyes of many fans and experts is Nurmagomedov, the greatest MMA fighter in history.
There is no denying Khabib Nurmagomedov’s legacy, and on Thursday, he added yet another achievement to his résumé.
On Thursday, Nurmagomedov was enshrined in the UFC Hall of Fame after relinquishing the lightweight championship and retiring undefeated at 29-0 in 2021. He submitted Justin Gaethje, Dustin Poirier, and Conor McGregor to end his title reign.
Khabib Nurmagomedov Abdulmanapov (born 20 September 1988) is a former mixed martial artist from Russia. He participated in the lightweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), holding the title from April 2018 to March 2021, making him the longest-reigning UFC Lightweight Champion ever. His final performance was 29 wins and 0 losses. On June 30, 2022, Nurmagomedov was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. One of the finest mixed martial artists of all time, according to many.
Nurmagomedov won 4 fights in less than one month following his professional M.M.A. debut in September 2008. On October 11, he won the inaugural Atrium Cup competition in Moscow by defeating his three opponents. Over the next three years, he defeated all 12 of his opponents, going undefeated. The future Bellator championship candidate was eliminated in the first frame by an armbar in Shahbulat Shamhalaev’s M-1 Global debut. He competed for the ProFC organisation in 7 fights in 2011, winning all of them via TKO or submission.
The “G.O.A.T.” In the eyes of many fans and experts is Nurmagomedov, the greatest MMA fighter in history. He had a 13-0 record in the UFC, seven knockouts, and four title victories. Additionally, he retired at the young age of 32, leaving open the question of how much more he might have accomplished.
Where does he stand among the greatest MMA fighters of all time, considering that he is a UFC Hall of Famer and currently appears to be retired? It’s not wrong to say that Indeed he was one of the best fighters.