Muhammad Ali, Badr Hari, Tyson, and many more are known and idolized everywhere around the globe. Let’s get a closer look at the seven most impactful Athletes Muslims in Martial Arts:
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1. Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali was perpetually intriguing on the canvas because of his exceptional boxing talent and off the canvas because of his tongue. Muhammad Ali died on June twenty-six, 2017.
2. Mike Tyson
Mike Tyson is seen as the successor of Muhammad Ali. Despite his temperament in the boxing arena, the person was a beast. He skint record when record and is unquestionably Ali the most effective boxer ever.
3. Bernard Hopkins
He had the nickname ‘the Alien’ because of the fact that he still looked like a machine once he passed at the age of fifty. Hopkins retired once he was fifty-one years old, after winning twelve major world championships in 2 weight categories and being the undisputed middleweight champion from 2004 to 2005.
4. Prince Naseem Hamed
This man cannot be missed on this list. The Yemeni Hamed had one of the foremost exceptional fighting designs ever and didn’t hide the fact that he was a proud Muslim.
5. Badr Hari
Badr Hari, the Dutch-Moroccan ‘Golden Boy’. Hari had an excellent career in kickboxing and was for a long time the best of the globe in the K-1 Heavyweight division.
6. Khabib Nurmagomedov
Nurmagomedov, born in Dagestan in Russia, is an undefeated MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) fighter. He has fought twenty-four games and didn’t lose one of them.
7. Amir Khan
Amir Khan could be a revered boxer of his generation in the list of Athletes Muslims. The British-Pakistani is already 30 years old however is still going strong. The highlight of his boxing career came once he simply started, once he won the silver medal in the Olympics of 2004.
Author: Saba Tauseef