Kadyrov's underage sons presented Porsche Panamera to their fight coach bullying Emelianenko
The cost of the car ranges from 5 to 10 million rubles, depending on the configuration.
Abdul Kerim Edilov, the Russian champion in integrated single fight and the world champion in universal fight, wrote on his page in Instagram that he had received a luxurious gift - a sports car from his pupils, Chechen Republic Head Ramzan Kadyrov’s children.
"Yesterday, on my birthday, they made me a gift that I could not even dream of. They presented me the Porsche Panamera," – said the 24-year-old fighter. Also he called his pupils - Ahmad, Ali and Adam, who are now 9-11 years old – his brothers.
The cost of the car ranges from 5 to 10 million rubles, depending on the configuration. As Sports.ru noted, the second photo of the present given to the fighter shows configuration of the car is more expensive than just base.
It is known, Abdul Kerim Edilov was one of the first fighters to criticize president of the of Russian MMA Union and famous fighter of mixed martial arts Fedor Emelianenko, who in early October expressed his indignation with the MMA battle in Grozny, in which Kadyrov’s sons had taken part. Abdul asked Emelianenko to mind his own business, and called his words “bullshit”, caused by "envy, his absence among the honored guests , and a state of intoxication." As a result, Ukrainian UFC fighter Nikita Krylov challenged Abdul Kerim Edilov for his words. Abdul said he accepted the challenge with joy and was looking forward to the fight.
Shortly after the scandal with Emelianenko, Ramzan Kadyrov posted on his page in Instagram a video of a playful fight of his sons. In his comment to the fight, he ironically compared it with a mixed martial arts fight. "Why their fight coach Abdul Kerim Edilov does nothing about it? Where do judges and referees, who allowed them a battle, look?" – Ramzan Kadyrov wrote.
In summer, Abdul Kerim Edilov posted a video of him and the Chechen Head's children riding on a cabriolet after a tournament:
It is well-known that criminals always return to the crime scene. Aleksander Stasyuk, ex-Deputy Head of Shvabe Holding, was eager to return to the company he has robbed for some 30 million rubles ($452.6 thousand). He was welcomed there with open arms and a new employment contract. Is Shvabe facing a new round of corruption scandals?