Wrestling Champion with magnificent hairline (pic)

Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov (70 kg)

The only man alive that walks into a barbershop and says “Just a little bit off the forehead.”

Hairline level - chia pet. 

Damn if if gets any lower. Gonna have to get rezoning permission.

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Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov (70 kg)

He looks like Paul Harris wrestled around with Khabib in a pit of chromosomes.

Damn, I just read up on this guy's home village and its hella impressive

The village is located at the foot of the mountain Adallo-Shuhgel-meer (in Tinda language "Kabala devil"), covered with eternal glaciers, on the right bank of the river Kila, on the remote Bogossky mountain range. The height of individual mountain peaks is more than 4 thousand meters above sea level . Glaciers and eternal snows cover several square kilometers. The most powerful glacial massif is Belengi, whose area is 4 square kilometers, and the thickness of the glacier is significant - in some places it reaches 170 m.

The flora and fauna of the Bogoss is rich and diverse. Here you can find the relic birch Radde, a rare, disappearing Tinda plant. In the mountainous areas and on the cliffs of Adallo-Schuhgel-Mayor, there is a Dagestan tour, on rocky sites - a bezoar goat. Bogoss is a favorite place for climbers and tourists.


The history of the village of Tindi goes into deep antiquity. When exactly the settlement was founded is not established. However, the words of old-timers, the data of archaeological excavations indicate that the settlement was long-lived by man.

This is evidenced by the remnants of the destroyed settlement on the mountain Gobli shchebola, and numerous burials found during the construction of a new quarter of the village. In these burials, women’s jewelry of the 2nd century, bronze statues and numerous images of crosses were found, confirming that in ancient times Tindians practiced the pagan religion or were Christians.

The campaigns of more powerful peoples led to the crowding out and resettlement of certain groups of the population who did not want to obey from their original habitats, which led to the formation of new ethnosocial formations: villages, societies, and tukhums. Thus, the village of Tindi was formed on the mountain Gobli of chipping. On the east side, the Tindinka River flows here, on the south - the Kila River. The village was naturally protected on all sides from the raids of neighbors.

The growth of property and social inequality and the thirst for profit further stimulated the feudal rulers to commit raids and plunder of neighboring villages. That is why auls were built on mountain tops, on hard-to-reach rocks, on the steep banks of rivers - in order to create natural barriers. Tinda society was one of the largest rural settlements. The inhabitants themselves called themselves “idari” (leaders).

The origin of the name of the village of Tindi has interesting information from old-timers. In their opinion, “TIindi” comes from the words “tIil chIwei” (“tIil” - “stick”, “chIwei” - “put”). The visiting hunters put sticks on a place to spend the night in a cave around the Gobli mountain of chipping, hung their gear on them. Hence the name "Tindi".

Another legend says that the ancients learned to cook an alcoholic drink called “dindi” from barley or spring wheat using hops that grows on the banks of the river Kila. Hence the name "Tindi".

There is a third assumption, which is probably closer to the truth.

It is said that in ancient times at the bottom of the gorge there was a road connecting Dagestan with Georgia. The travelers, descending into the gorge, said: "We are going to rest on the bottom." Avarian bottom "tIino" - TIindi.

Agriculture was the main branch of the Tindin economy. Although there was not enough land, each family had its own piece of uncomfortable land - “mulk”. The mountaineers tried to have a piece of arable land, which traditionally symbolized a certain family well-being. Hence the high prices of land in the mountains.

Tinda celebrated a variety of holidays. The most significant was the K’aba holiday. It is also famous because there was no such holiday in neighboring societies. Maybe he has remained since the days of paganism or Christianity.

The holiday began in the middle of winter, that is, after 40 days from the beginning of winter, somewhere around February 2-3. According to the Tinda agricultural calendar, the winter lasted from December 20 to March 20. After hibernation, nature begins to awaken from the middle of winter. The days are getting warmer, longer, and the nights shorter. The holiday was prepared by the whole village. Responsible no one appointed. All as one was preparing a holiday.

According to the old custom, the local low alcohol drink, honey, was fermented. On the appointed day, all the residents of the village brought flour, meat, cheese, to the common pot.

Women baked bread, cooked meat, cooked treats. In the afternoon, from the outskirts of the village or from nearby farms, it was necessary to bring Kaba’s bride to the village of K’abala bakhIaray.

The bride became an untenable, poor woman, usually a widow. For the bride on horses they sent a man and a woman.

The youth blocked the way for the wedding caravan, demanding a ransom, that is, a jug of bread drink, a bottle of moonshine or vodka, bread and meat.

The wedding caravan slowly moved to the center of the village. Along the way, the youth again blocked his path, demanding a ransom. As soon as they received the ransom, they freed the road and saw off the procession to the center of the village.

There the fun began: dances, songs to the drum and zurnu. When the bride came closer to the center of the village, they showered her with sweets, small coins, which symbolized success and prosperity this year, while the children collected these sweets and small coins. Then all were fed.

After the treats, the fun, the dances and the songs began again. The one who invited K’aba to dance was to put money on her head. The fun lasted until late at night.

Finally, K’yaba’s bride was given gifts: cuts on a dress, scarves, shoes, money, and so on. At this holiday ended.

This holiday was massive, it was attended by young and old. All this was done very solemnly. That was the Tinda holiday K’aba, the holiday of the awakening of nature.

Wonder how much Neanderthal he got up in him 

He’s like Palhares with Cejudo’s hairdo


Looks like we may be one step closer to finding the missing link…

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Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov (70 kg)

Well, that’s unfortunate!

Can’t beat a dagestani’s hairline

Why do so many dagestani's look like monchichi's? 

sawdusk - twohead...

Haha.  I was about to post threehead.

thats amazing...great hair on that fella

So is that a threehead?

King Trav - 

So is that a threehead?


LawlerPushedInMyBrownEye -

Wonder how much Neanderthal he got up in him 

Probably about average for the region!