In 2014, Chikadze and his sister Keso started a charity titled “Knockout Cancer,” which assists individuals fighting cancer with financial support for medical bills, chemotherapy and medical evaluations. Typically, Chikadze uses money from his fights and endorsements to fund Knockout Cancer’s efforts.

“Usually, we finance the medical bills and also, we support post chemotherapy and post-surgery processes, as well,” Chikadze said. “Let’s say, to go to check again to go to the doctor or do an MRI or other procedures.”