UFC legend Khabib Nurmagomedov revealed in a latest interview that he was confused by the all-gender restrooms he encountered throughout a go to to a California espresso store.
After interviewer Patrick Wager-David requested him what number of genders he has in Russia, Nurmagomedov instructed the story of his latest expertise.
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“I see solely ladies and men. There isn’t any between,” he mentioned. “Possibly children. That is like, it’s loopy.”
“First time in my life, couple weeks in the past, I used to be in California [at a coffee shop], I used to be like, I actually needed to go the toilet. I used to be like, ‘Can I go to the bathroom?’ … Two loos, all gender, all gender – I used to be like, ‘What is this? Where do I have to go?’”
“First time I see it, I cease for like 5 seconds, and I’m like, ‘Where’s girl, the place’s man?’ I knocked on the door … anyone inside? I don’t know, man.”
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Nurmagomedov, who’s from Sildi, which has a inhabitants of about 208, mentioned he grew up in a really conventional family.
“I grew up in a really conventional place. It was a really conventional household. I’m very pleased with this. I’m from huge mountains and solely have two genders.”
Nurmagomedov retired from the Octagon after he defeated Justin Gaethje at UFC 254 to defend and unify the UFC Light-weight Championship. He was 29-0 in his profession.
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Later, he purchased the Russia-based Gorilla Preventing Championship combined martial arts promotion and renamed it Eagle Preventing Championship. They just lately placed on Eagle FC 53 in Yakutsk, Russia.