Khabib Nurmagomedov crushed Conor McGregor in 2018, and film of Khabib’s changing area after the battle just expanded the shows of the title battle.
The pair battled in Las Vegas for the UFC lightweight belt which was held by the Russian contender at the time following quite a while of debates and warmed words traded.
Come battle night, the Russian presented his Irish enemy in the fourth round with a neck wrench, and all the while, effectively protected his title.
Be that as it may, after the battle, the victor jumped out of the enclosure and assaulted Dillon Danis, an individual contender and one of McGregor’s colleagues. The assault brought about a fight between colleagues McGregor.
It was trusted Khabib assaulted Danis on the grounds that he had heaved maltreatment at the Russian during the battle, yet Khabib scattered those gossipy tidbits, saying he assaulted severely at McGregor’s group and picked Danis on the grounds that the remainder of the colleagues were too old to even think about fighting him.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission fined Khabib $500,000 and passed on a nine-month suspension, while McGregor got a $50,000 fine and a six-month suspension.
In spite of the fact that the belt was held from Khabib, he was more than ready to commend the triumph with his group in the changing area after the battle.
After strolling once again into the room, Khabib can be heard saying: “I revealed to you folks he is tap machine, he can’t complete 5 rounds.”
In the event that you jump to 04:20 in the above video, you will have the option to watch The Eagle go into his changing area and convey the cursing 13 words about McGregor.
Khabib served his suspension and brought together his title against Dustin Poirier in September of 2019, battling again to shield his title against Justin Gaethje a month ago.
The Eagle at that point incredibly resigned after his triumph at Fight Island, yet has since done his spot to start bits of gossip about a potential re-visitation of the pen, which would permit him to get done with the 30-0 record that was probably wanted by his late dad and mentor Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov.