- Kamaru Usman and his daughter Samirah shared an adorable moment listening to Nigerian music
- The UFC welterweight champion along with his daughter danced to Nigeria's award music winning artiste Techno's song
- The Nigerian Nightmare will defend his title against Jorge Masvidal at UFC 261 later in the month
Kamaru was the first Nigeria-born UFC champion and the welterweight champion has never denied his roots since he began his journey into the Octagon.
The 33-year-old is also a proud father and a loving dad to his daughter Samirah who he cherishes so much.
Father and daughter enjoyed the music with a ballet type of dance and had fun which each other while communicating in pidgin English.
Usman was in the corner of newly crowned UFC heavyweight champion Francis Nganou who defeated Stipe Miocic at UFC 259 via a second-round knockout.
The welterweight king joined the Cameroonian to help him improve in his wrestling skills ahead of the fight with the Croatian.
The Nigerian Nightmare successfully defended his belt against his best friend Gilbert Burns with a third-round stoppage at UFC 258.
Usman has been booked to defend his crown against Jorge Masvidal at UFC 261 on April 27.
He recorded a unanimous victory over the Mexican-born American fighter who took the challenge on a six-day notice last July and will be looking to repeat the feat.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Israel Adesanya has been someone who adores his parents as he gifts his dad a Bentley Continental GT worth $202,000 despite recently losing to lightweight champion Jan Blacvhowicz.
The Last Stylebender had his unbeaten MMA record stained by the Polish Power but that did not affect him in showing love to this beloved parent.
Izzy prostrated to his father when he won the interim middleweight championship from Kevin Gastelum and repeated the same act of respect when he knocked out Robert Withakker to become the undisputed champion in the division.
Source: Legit.ng News