David Beckham extended his condolences to the Nurmagomedov and his family over the patriarch’s sad demise. The ex-footballer took to his Instagram to send his condolences and support.
The duo had met for the first time in Paris when PSG took in Real Madrid in Parc Des Princes stadium. The lightweight champion called Beckham “legendary”. He revealed they had discussed fame over dinner later that evening. And the Inter Miami co-owner showed that he remains close to Nurmagomedov by replying to his first public post about the death of his father.
“Thinking about you and your family, my friend,” wrote Beckham on Instagram. joining the well-wishers after Nurmagomedov shared a photo of himself embracing the hugely influential Abdulmanap after a fight.
The revered mixed martial arts coach died in a Moscow hospital following a heart attack on July 3. This is as a result of complications arising from COVID-19 that twice left him in a medically-induced coma.
Nurmagomedov posted a quote from the Quran and added: “I will miss you, father.
“You were a father, a friend, brother, and coach in one person.
“You taught me almost everything I know. I hope that you were happy with me.
“The contentment of parents is the contentment of Allah.”
Fellow countryman and former UFC flyweight Magomed Bibulatov, Russian wrestler Murad Nukhkadiev, world-renowned Jiu-Jitsu coach Renzo Gracie and Nurmagomedov’s cousins, Usman and Umar, were among those echoing Beckham’s sentiments.
Khabib was very close to his father and is believed to be going through Emotional Trauma currently.
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