Chechen's leader Ramzan Kadyrov: Musk would be destroyed


Chechen's leader Ramzan Kadyrov responded to Elon Musk's challenge to fight Putin: Musk would be destroyed.

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said that Vladimir Putin would destroy Elon Musk in a battle.

This came after Musk challenged the Russian leader to a "one fight" to decide the fate of Ukraine.

Kadyrov, loyal to Putin, joined the macho stance in a lengthy message on Telegram on Monday.

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has responded to Elon Musk's surreal offer to fight Russian President Vladimir Putin in a one-on-one battle over Ukraine's fate, saying that Musk would face a swift defeat.

Kadyrov, a key Putin ally who rules Russia's semi-autonomous region of Chechnya, said Putin would destroy Musk in a fight. "I do not advise you to compete with Putin," he wrote in a lengthy message on Telegram.

Kadyrov seemed to enjoy his response and offered Musk some ways to get tough before confronting Putin. Both Ukrainian and Russian news sources reported that Chechen soldiers are fighting in Ukraine, and Kadyrov claimed to be on the battlefield himself.

Kadyrov cited Putin's judo qualifications but said that was not the main reason for Musk's loss. He noted that Musk was merely a "businessman and Twitter blogger" compared to Putin, "a global politician, strategist, and the scourge of the West and the United States."

Instead, Ramazan said, Musk should undergo training at one of Kadyrov's special forces academies and at the "Akhmat Combat Club" — a chain of Chechen boxing clubs he founded and named after his father, former Chechen ruler Akhmat Kadyrov.

Ramzan Kadyrov is a staunch Putin loyalist. Putin officially handed over the leadership of Chechnya to Kadyrov in 2011 after Kadyrov spent several years as the region's prime minister.

His combat units have earned a bloodthirsty reputation. While Putin has embraced this image for his propaganda purposes, an analysis from the New Lines Research Institute said: "Their operational effectiveness did not live up to the hype."

In the invasion of Ukraine, Kadyrov repeatedly called for more ruthless attacks, thwarted by the faltering Russian advance. On Sunday, he claimed that he was near Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, with his soldiers, without providing evidence.

Kadyrov's hyper-masculine stance rests on a brutal base. According to the Human Rights organization, he has led a crackdown on LGBT rights and is known for his widespread use of torture, enforced disappearances, and extrajudicial killings, all of which Putin has condoned.

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