Holy hell the Conor vs. Khabib brawl has left us speechless. We’ve said w’vee have seen it all in the sport of human cage fighting but we were so wrong.
Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov fought an okay fight at UFC 229. Mac never really got going and Khabib just tooled him on the ground every chance he had. Khabib won in the fourth than the sport of MMA almost ate its own face off.
The Conor vs. Khabib brawl will go down in history as one of the most wildest moments this sport has every seen. 25, 50, 100 years from now, when we’re all dust, people will still wax poetic about the Conor vs. Khabib brawl at UFC 229.
There really are now words left to describe it. Khabib jumped the fence and wanted to murder Dillon Danis with his bare hands. This completely overlooks the fact that in the seconds after Khabib choked out Conor, The Eagle screamed and talked the best Russian smack inches from his face.
Khabib has some internal issues to work through and they all came flooding out in the face of Mac and around the neck of Dillon.
The UFC’s unbeaten champ just hopped the cage and started a massive brawl. Is this real life? Yes, yes it is.
Did we mention of members of Khabib’s team also ran from the crowd into the cage and punched out McGregor. Because that totally happened to.
B.B and AB, Before Brawl and After Brawl will be MMA’s old and new testament from this day forward. Shall it be written, now watch the Conor vs. Khabib brawl UFC 229 from every angle we could find (so far).
— ZombieProphet (@GIFsZP) October 7, 2018
Bonus: Another angle of the UFC 229 brawl
Here’s the brawl with Khabib jumping the fence and going after Danis. You’ll see somebody go after McGregor in the cage. This is bad. pic.twitter.com/IpOZiZy5vC
— Andreas Hale (@AndreasHale) October 7, 2018
Here comes Khabib! pic.twitter.com/4rR8YF52HN
— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) October 7, 2018
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