Yes, Australia, it’s time to brace yourself for the arrival of ‘Mini Khabib,’ and perhaps start rethinking your home security, as the 19-year-old social media sensation from Dagestan will no doubt be a force to be reckoned with.
Dates for Hasbulla’s tour of Australia have been announced, with just two dates in Sydney and two in Melbourne.
With your Hasbulla Meet & Greet ticket, you will also receive a “professional photo of you and Hasbulla, a life size cardboard cut out of Hasbulla and a physical copy of the tour poster.” What the official details don’t state, is that you will likely also head home with a black eye if you make say anything Hasbulla doesn’t take kindly to.
However, it should also be noted that Hasbulla won’t meet with female fans. The Hour Group says this is due to “Hasbulla’s personal and cultural beliefs.” Female guests can still attend the meet and greet, they just can’t have a photo taken with the man himself.
The official Hasbulla tour dates are:
- Monday 29th August – Le Montage, Sydney
- Tuesday 30th August – Le Montage, Sydney
- Wednesday 31st August – Timberyard, Melbourne
- Thursday 1st September – Timberyard, Melbourne
Tickets for the Hasbulla tour go on sale Thursday 30th June at 9am AEST. You can secure your tickets by clicking either of the links below. Prices have yet to be confirmed.
The One Hour Group has previously held live tours in Australia for some of the biggest names in sports, including Shaquille O’Neal and, speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald, Chris Tamplin, co-founder of The Hour Group, said We will also be touring Shaquille O’Neal at the same time, so we will be bringing Shaq and Hasbulla together for one day only.”
Whether you’ll get the chance to see Shaq at your meet and greet date, remains to be seen.
The Hour Group previously teased Hasbulla’s arrival Down Under, and at the time, comments on the Instagram post were in support of Hasbulla coming to Australia, with many users chiming in with, “The king is on his way”; “All hail the king!”; along with a number of flame emojis.
Despite his often fiery demeanour, Hasbulla has rarely conducted interviews. In fact, he only conducted his first-ever face-to-face interview earlier this year, when he sat down with Caleb Pressley from Barstool Sports.