Adam Reynolds’ former Souths teammate posts hilarious pic after the Rabbitohs were visited by internet sensation Hasbulla Magomedov
- Souths player post hilarious photo mocking the height of Adam Reynolds
- The pic follows the team meeting pint-sized internet star Hasbulla on Tuesday
- Hasbulla is currently on tour in Australia and meeting celebrities
A Souths star has posted a hilarious pic of former teammate Adam Reynolds shortly after the team was visited by pint-sized internet sensation Hasbulla Magomedov.
The pic was posted to Jacob Host’s Twitter account and shows him and fellow teammate Michael Chee-Kam posing next what looks like an even tinier Reynolds, who left the club for the Broncos last year.
The caption posted with it says, ‘Reyno back at Redfern today how good’.
Jacob Host (left) posted this pic to his Twitter account with the comment ‘Reyno back at Redfern today how good’
Hasbulla Magomedov visited Souths players on Tuesday as he tours Australia
The players have obviously photoshopped Reynolds’ face onto Hasbulla’s – the joke being that Reynolds is not very tall.
Hasbulla, who has dwarfism and is known for his child-like appearance, is currently on his Australian tour.
Aged 20 and standing just under 100cm, the Russian has captured a huge social media following.
Boasting three million followers on Instagram and more than eight million likes on TikTok, he has become a prominent face in the UFC community.
Hasbulla poses with the South team before having several hilarious make-believe scuffles with some of their biggest stars
The tiny man from Russia visited Souths on Tuesday and had a hilarious scuffle with several players – punching Cameron Murray and huge forward Keaon Koloamatangi.
Adam Reynolds, who plays for the Broncos these days, is one of the smallest players in the NRL – standing 1.73 meters tall.
Footy fans loved Host’s gag, with many commenting beneath the post.
‘Damn! He’s put on some size,’ posted one Twitter user.
‘Funniest tweet i have seen in quite some time,’ said another.
‘Reyno has grown taller from the Queensland sunshine,’ joked a third.