Chimaev's team answered Khabib about Muslims
“Dear Khabib Nurmagomedov, my Muslim brother,” Madadi wrote on the social network. “Firstly, I would like to say that I have great respect for you as an athlete for all your achievements in our favorite sport, MMA. I am also very proud of the way you represent our religion, faith and God in all your interviews and speeches. But I would like to comment on your opinion that there is no Muslim team around Khamzat. I don't agree with you on this. From the first day on the team, Khamzat had Muslim friends and teammates, but also people of many other religions and origins. All these people were with him from the very beginning, and gave him love, shared blood, sweat and joy with him, and did everything so that he ended up where he is now. Being a Muslim does not mean that we are perfect and flawless. Trust me, I've made enough mistakes in my life, it's no secret to anyone. With all due respect, you had them too. So I do not agree with your opinion that a Muslim environment can make you perfect. It is more important to have people around who care about you in bad times and good times, regardless of religion, and Khamzat has it. There were several reasons that did not allow Khamzat to make weight, but only the team knows about them. He is still young and will learn from his mistakes. If a great Champion like you has drawn the proper conclusions after not making weight, I have no doubt that our brother Khamzat will do the same.”
It is worth noting that Madadi played in the UFC from 2012 to 2017.