UFC fighter Rinat Fakhretdinov explained the name of Moscow

UFC fighter Rinat Fakhretdinov explained the name of Moscow

Russian UFC fighter Rinat Fakhretdinov, who will share the octagon with American Kevin Lee this weekend, explained what he meant when he wrote on a social network that the name of the Russian capital comes from the Tatar word “myskau”.

“For me, this is the main hypothesis,” Gladiator said in an interview. channel “Ushatayka”. “Whoever wants to go deeper, he reads books – not in Russian libraries, but in European books, if you read, everything is written quite clearly there. And I advise you to read these books.

“Just don’t forget where the Tatars come from and where we were – it’s just that the Tatars are now a little in the shade, hiding. But let them not forget that the Tatars were, are and will be”

Rinat Fakhretdinov, 31, who made his UFC debut last June, has won two victories in the world’s strongest league, beating Andreas Mikhailidis and Brian Battle via unanimous decisions.

Recall that the welterweight fight between Rinat Fakhretdinov and Kevin Lee will be part of the UFC on ESPN 48 tournament, which will be held July 1 in Las Vegas.