A criminal charge sheet of Ali Abdelaziz emerges online listing out a number of his crimes

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Ali Abdelaziz is far from a beloved member of the Mixed Martial Arts community. In fact, he might be one of the most controversial figures to ever grace the sport. In the latest news from the world of MMA, criminal charges have come up against Ali Abdelaziz on Twitter.

Mike Russel posted a false ID that Ali Abdelaziz had previously used to register with USADA in 2001 — a year in which he had competed in Judo. He had competed as ‘Robert Britton’ and Mexican Steroids had been found in his room.

Russel went on to elaborate, where he said that Ali had admitted to Homeland agents that he had used the false identity to train and compete in USA Judo tournaments, while simultaneously using steroids.

He then went on to post documents which confirmed Abdelaziz’ criminal activities from the time.

“The crimes Ali Abdelaziz committed included forgery, criminal impersonation, conspiracy to commit forgery, accessory to forgery, unauthorized use of a credit card and theft.”

On top of all of this, Ali was also in America with the use of an expired Visa.

It was always known that Abdelaziz had a criminal past, but these revelations shed more light onto the activities of the manager. He is currently the manager of both Kamaru Usman as well as Khabib Nurmagomedov. His past might have nothing to do with his current activities, but they don’t paint the best picture of the manager.

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