The son of the dictator of Chechnya debuts in MMA at the age of 15, victory and controversy

Just over a minute. That’s what it took Ali Kadyrov, son of Chechen dictator Ramzan, to succeed in his debut as an MMA fighter. At the age of 15 and at an evening organized by his own father, ACA 150, in Moscow, Ali pounced on his rival, Islam Akbarov, and, after several seemingly harmless blows, got a controversial technical KO. First victory in his history and controversy served from him.

“Akhmat Power”, shared Ramzam Kadyrov on Instagram to celebrate his son’s victory, highly commented on social networks. A show of paternal pride and, also, the slogan that the dictator uses in his proclamations. Kadyrov, head of the Chechen Republic since 2007, came to power thanks to the support of Vladimir Putin, which he now compensates by providing war support. Among other fronts, in Ukraine, for example.

Ali, as Ramzam has assured on various occasions, is destined to be part of his country’s army. At the moment, he is hardened in mixed martial arts, widespread in Chechnya under the command of the Kadyrovs. In his formation, the young fighter has had the hands of UFC leaders. Among them, Khamzat Chimaev, in the corner during their fight.

The relationship between Ramzam and the UFC goes back a long way. In recent years, however, it has been increasing, using his speaker to gain weight globally. This October, without going any further, the Chechen dictator already shared a photo on his social networks with his son, Chimaev and the director of the North American organization, Dana Whiteduring an evening in Abu Dhabi.

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