Khabib Nurmagomedov: ‘Government Has To Smash’ Conor McGregor

Khabib Nurmagomedov
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Khabib Gives His Thoughts On Recent McGregor Controversy

Conor McGregor was recently shown on video, hitting a man inside an Irish pub. His rival, Khabib Nurmagomedov is not very surprised to hear this news.

McGregor has had more than his fair share of run ins with the law. From this most recent incident of hitting a man for refusing a shot of whiskey, to the infamous bus attack, McGregor has done it all. However one person who is not shocked by this is bus attack target, Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Khabib recently spoke to TMZ about this most recent incident, involving McGregor. He feels like is time for the Irishman to finally start facing serious consequences for his actions.

“I told you guy, this guy have no class, no respect. This is very bad for sport. Some things he’s done are good for sport, but right now, he without his mind. He lose his mind. It’s crazy and government has to smash him, this is my opinion.”

Khabib went on, saying that McGregor should even start having problems getting a visa to compete in the US.

“I think these people have to go jail. They have to go jail. This happened in Ireland? What happened about Ireland government? We guys from Russia have problem with visa, but why this bulls–t guy don’t have problem with visa in USA? How USA can give him visa or something like this, respect or job? These people, they have to go jail.”

It is no secret that Khabib and Conor are not friends. However, Khabib does bring up some good points. It is hard to imagine many other people who could get away with the slew of things McGregor has done.

Will Khabib Nurmagomedov get his way? Or will Conor McGregor escape unharmed yet again?

Published on August 16, 2019 at 8:17 am
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