Khabib Nurmagomedov Is On A Charity Mission In Nigeria, Helping Poor People Improve Their Living Conditions! Khabib Nurmagomedov defeated Conor McGregor at the main event of UFC 229 via submission in the fourth round. Yet, he leaped over the fence and attacked The Notorious\u2019 coach Dillon Danis. It quickly escalated in a big brawl. Khabib\u2019s teammate Zubaira Tukhugov also entered the octagon and sucker punched the Irishman. Khabib\u2019s payout was withheld for a period of time by Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC). Dana White refused to give him the belt after the match \u201cfor security reasons\u201d. Yet, the half of Dagestani\u2019s UFC 229 purse was released on October 24th. His manager Ali Abdelaziz stated that Khabib Nurmagomedov plans to visit Nigeria and help to build wells. Well, it looks like he wasn\u2019t joking at all! Take a look at Instagram posts below. \u201cThe Eagle\u201d is a very big man! https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BqFbBQgHG4Z\/?utm_sourceig_embed \u201cI'm beyond impressed with @khabib_nurmagomedov for making it his top priority to go to Nigeria to build wells for water. Anyone can say they want the world to be better but it takes a special person to make that change start with them. If we want to turn things around in this world the only person we need to change is ourselves. Next year I will climb Mt. Kilimanjaro with the @waterboysorg to raise money to build wells in Tanzania.\u201d https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BqEDFarhoks\/?utm_sourceig_embed \u201cUFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov is currently in Nigeria on a charity mission. Main objectives are to repair water wells and build new medical centers. Here\u2019s a photo his team sent me of Khabib with some local kids earlier today and a video of one of the broken wells they are planning on repairing and improving.\u201d https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BqGKKeonE3H\/ \u201cWith my small Brothers in Nigeria🇳🇬 #AfricanTime\u201d Nigeria has a population of 190.7 million. This number constantly grows. Yet, there are around 123 million people who live without clean water and basic sanitary conditions. This is the reason why there are so many dangerous diseases in the most populous African country. WaterAid also claims that 59,500 children under 5 years of age die every year due to a poor quality of sanitation and water! Khabib Nurmagomedov has recently challenged Floyd Mayweather Jr for a boxing match. Of course, \u201cMoney\u201d accepted it, but he wants a gigantic payout. There is also a rumor \u201cThe Eagle\u201d could fight \u201cGSP\u201d in 2019! Do you think Khabib Nurmagomedov made a great move by helping poor people? Would you like to see Khabib Vs GSP soon? \u201cThe Eagle\u201d stated he won't appear in the disciplinary hearing! Let\u2019s hope NSAC (Nevada State Athletic Commission) will have mercy, we are not far from December 10th! One thing is certain, the undefeated Dagestani is a great man!