UFC Hall of Fame fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov has more important things to do than play the “gender ideology” games with people, and if you have a problem with that you better be willing to throw hands with “the Eagle” if you feel so strongly about it.
During a sit-down interview with podcast host and CEO of Valuetainment, Patrick Bet-David, the retired lightweight champion stoically answered Bet-David’s question about “how many genders” there are in classic Khabib fashion.
“I see only woman and man. There is no between,” he said without skipping a beat. You can almost hear the faint sound of a blue hair liberal screaming in agony in the distance if you listen closely enough.
“I grew up in very traditional place with a very traditional family,” he continued. “I am very happy with this. I’m from big mountains, and we have only two genders.”
Khabib Nurmagomedov shares the story of the first time he came across ‘all gender’ restrooms in California.
“I’m from big mountains, and we have only two genders” 😭😭😭
— MMA Orbit (@mma_orbit) August 21, 2023
The Eagle went on to discuss a situation recently where he came face-to-face with a form of western degeneracy known as the “all-gender” bathroom while visiting the once prosperous land turned homeless encampment, California. Needless to say, he was surprised that the stupid stuff on Twitter actually made its way into the real world.
The only thing I’m going to disagree with Khabib about (with all the respect in the world, my grappling is trash and striking is questionable) is his use of the word “traditional” since the idea of there only being two genders isn’t traditional, its a straight up objective truth.
People who live in the real world say “traditional” so as not to offend folks who want to mutilate children, pump them full of hormone blockers, stick infants in front of drag queens, and then spend $14,000 to become a dog. Millions of people didn’t make sexual fetishism and gender dysphoria social acceptable, but sadly millions apparently have fallen to this.
Maybe we all need to take a trip to Khabib’s big mountain (way later that is) and get back in touch with reality.
Watch the full interview below: