Khabib Nurmagomeov Yelled At Conor Mcgregor During The UFC 229 Fight
Last Saturday (Oct. 6, 2018) from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, we witnessed the biggest fight in UFC history, where Khabib Nurmagomedov successfully submitted Conor McGregor to retain his title in the main headliner of UFC 229. Off course ‘Eagle’ won in a dominant fashion and took advantage inside the Octagon and the hottest thing was mic who picked up the audio of Khabib yelling at Mcgregor while smashing his face during the fight.
But the weird thing we hear from Mcgregor to tell Khabib that it was “just business,” implying his pre-fight trash talk and hype was just to help generate (PPV) buys.
But for Khabib it wasn’t all business, who after scoring the biggest win of his career, jumped over the Octagon fence and attacked Mcgregor’s teammate and coach Dillon Danis, who allegedly hurled some anti-Muslim slur toward Khabib. That incite the riots inside and outside the Octagon.
UFC president Dana White expressed his disgust on post-fight melee and said all those fighters who were part of mayhem would be part of UFC no longer.
Yesterday Khabib took to twitter and threaten to leave UFC if promotion released his teammate Zubaira Tukhugov, he’ll rid himself too.
No news on what’s next for Khabib who’s temporarily suspended by Nevada State Athletic Commission official hearing set for October 24. The commission is still withholding his $2million fight purse as well.
McGregor also got a temporary suspension from Commision for his role in brawl, but that aside his other business which can make him a billionaire is his newly released proper Twelve whiskey which sold out record-breaking after the fight, while Khabib’s busy making his relationship with Russian president Vladimir Putin, whom he had breakfast a few days back.
What kind of suspension do you expect from a commission for Khabib? Do you think Dana White will swallow his pride and make room for Khabib’s teammate?
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