Postfight fight follows after Khabib Nurmagomedov submits Conor McGregor

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Postfight fight follows after Khabib Nurmagomedov submits Conor McGregor

Postfight fight follows after Khabib Nurmagomedov submits Conor McGregor 

Postfight fight follows after Khabib Nurmagomedov submits Conor McGregor  :

LAS VEGAS - A splendidly challenged lightweight title battle between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor was quickly damaged by a terrible postfight occurrence that brought about the captures of three colleagues night at Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena, as indicated by UFC president Dana White. 

Nurmagomedov (27-0) guarded his 155-pound title at UFC 229 by submitting McGregor (21-4) at 3:03 of the fourth round through back stripped gag. Instantly after the session, Nurmagomedov hopped over the Octagon and got engaged with a battle with Dillon Danis, a Bellator welterweight who trains with McGregor. 

Minutes after the fact, two men hopped into the Octagon and started tossing punches at McGregor, who was all the while recuperating from the challenge. 

White said he had talked a short time later with McGregor, who disclosed to White that he would not squeeze charges. White said experts had discharged the three colleagues Saturday night. 

All things considered, White revealed to ESPN that it was "a terrible night" for the UFC and that Nurmagomedov could gain a suspension. 

"Khabib plunging over [the cage] was silly," White said. "You know, you simply won an extraordinary battle, you battled splendidly, you're going to get the belt on and individuals will regard the way that you battled well and you won the battle. Furthermore, rather, you jump over the enclosure and begin this colossal skirmish with Conor's corner. 

"I really didn't enable [Nurmagomedov] to get the belt put on the grounds that I realized what would happen when we did it was individuals would toss whatever they had into the Octagon, so allows simply get him out of here. ... Beyond any doubt enough, when they began experiencing the passage, precisely what I knew was going to occur. I resembled, 'We'll be sufficiently fortunate just to get him out of here without the belt.'" 

The occasions made a joke of what was generally a hard-battled, forward and backward title battle at the most elevated amount. 

Nurmagomedov, of Dagestan, endeavored to bring McGregor down in the opening moment of the battle. He figured out how to get McGregor to a situated position on the floor, however McGregor did well slowing down him there and handled a few elbows to the side of Nurmagomedov's head as they bumped for position. 

In a stunning minute, Nurmagomedov quickly dropped McGregor with a correct hand from the get-go in the second round. As McGregor mixed to return to his feet, Nurmagomedov propelled into a flying knee endeavor and afterward utilized the chance to bring McGregor down. Nurmagomedov spent most of the round in best position, working ground and pound and searching for a kimura. 

McGregor, of Dublin, Ireland, stuffed Nurmagomedov's initial endeavors to get it to the ground in the third and went to work with his offense. McGregor scored great knees and punches to the body after a stuffed endeavor, and he popped Nurmagomedov's head back with an uppercut. 

Entering the fourth round, McGregor was seeping from a little cut close to one side eye. He looked worn out, and Nurmagomedov executed an outside outing to get him to the floor. From that point, it was a well-known sight, as Nurmagomedov did what he has done as such frequently: passed watch, moved into side mount and in the end got the gag. 

The battle was the finish of a contention that has been preparing for quite a while. It hit a breaking point in April, when McGregor assaulted a transport Nurmagomedov was riding in at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. 

The two men said they would not regard each other after the battle, paying little mind to the result. 

It was McGregor's first session since he won the lightweight title in November 2016. He battled Floyd Mayweather in a confining match August 2017, and the UFC stripped him of his belt for dormancy in April. 

LAS VEGAS - UFC president Dana White said that Khabib Nurmagomedov's lightweight title could be stripped relying upon whether he is suspended and for to what extent after the contender bounced out of the Octagon and followed Conor McGregor's jiu-jitsu mentor Saturday night. 

Before their UFC 229 battle, McGregor and Nurmagomedov said their fight would proceed with regardless of what occurred in the Octagon. Nobody figured it would proceed truly seconds after the battle. 

That is the point at which a fight inside and outside the Octagon including the two camps constrained the two contenders and different colleagues to be escorted out of the Octagon by security and cops. 

White said three colleagues in the occurrence were captured and discharged late Saturday night. White said McGregor revealed to him that he would not squeeze charges 

White likewise said the Nevada State Athletic Commission is withholding Nurmagomedov's check pending an examination yet that McGregor was paid after the commission explored tape, talked with McGregor and finished up there was no motivation to withhold his check. 

The state commission additionally could fine and suspend Nurmagomedov, the level of which could result in his belt being stripped. 

The battle finished in the fourth round when Nurmagomedov made McGregor tap to a back exposed gag. Nurmagomedov, in any case, wasn't done. After McGregor tapped, ref Herb Dean needed to control Nurmagomedov and push him far from McGregor. 

Nurmagomedov at that point pointed at individuals from McGregor's corner, tossed his mouthpiece toward them and began hollering at them. While he was being controlled by security, Nurmagomedov bounced out of the Octagon and followed Dillon Danis, a Bellator welterweight who additionally is McGregor's jiu-jitsu mentor. Franticness followed, with individuals from the two camps pursuing one another and being controlled by security and police. 

Amid the uproar, two men accepted to be a piece of Nurmagomedov's group - one of every a dark shirt and one out of a red shirt - bounced into the Octagon. The man operating at a profit shirt swung at McGregor from the front, while the man in the red shirt punched McGregor in the back of the head twice before security limited him. 

"It's terrible," White said of the scuffle. "There's going to be an examination by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, and ... there's going to be huge cash fines, and these folks are stuck in an unfortunate situation. 

"Once more, we have to perceive how this plays out. No one has ever done that; no one ought to ever do that." 

A source disclosed to ESPN's Brett Okamoto that McGregor left T-Mobile Arena in the fallout of the misfortune and fight. 

Nurmagomedov appeared at the postfight news gathering around midnight in Las Vegas. While he didn't take any inquiries, he made a long proclamation before clearing out. 

"Above all else, I need to state sorry to learn athletic commission, Nevada and sorry to learn," Nurmagomedov said. "This isn't my best side. I'm a person, however I don't see how individuals can discuss bouncing on the enclosure when he discusses my religion, he discusses my district, he discusses my dad and he comes to Brooklyn and he broke the transport and nearly murdered a few people. Shouldn't something be said about this? For what reason are individuals discussing my bouncing over the pen. I don't get it. ... You can't discuss religion, you can't discuss countries, you can't discuss this stuff. This is for me imperative." 

After the bedlam had died down, White said he disclosed to Nurmagomedov he wouldn't put the lightweight, 155-pound title belt around Nurmagomedov's midriff in the Octagon out of dread that individuals would toss drinks and different articles at him, possibly harming other individuals simultaneously. 

Viciousness was for the most part contained, White stated, however video of a sizable fight in the field concourse following the battle surfaced on the web. The 17-second clasp demonstrates a few battles going on all the while, however it was indistinct who was included or on the off chance that anybody was captured or confined. 

"It's terrible," White said of the skirmish. "There's going to be an examination by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, and ... there's going to be enormous cash fines, and these folks are stuck in an unfortunate situation. 

"Once more, we have to perceive how this plays out. No one has ever done that; no one ought to ever do that." 

A source revealed to ESPN's Brett Okamoto that McGregor left T-Mobile Arena in the repercussions of the misfortune and fight. 

Nurmagomedov appeared at the postfight news meeting around midnight in Las Vegas. While he didn't take any inquiries, he made a long proclamation before clearing out. 

"As a matter of first importance, I need to state sorry to learn athletic commission, Nevada and sorry to learn," Nurmagomedov said. "This isn't my best side. I'm a person, however I don't see how individuals can discuss bouncing on the confine when he discusses my religion, he discusses my region, he discusses my dad and he comes to Brooklyn and he broke the transport and nearly murdered a few people. Shouldn't something be said about this? For what reason are individuals discussing my hopping over the confine. I don't get it. ... You can't discuss religion, you can't discuss countries, you can't discuss this stuff. This is for me critical." 

After the tumult had died down, White said he revealed to Nurmagomedov he wouldn't put the lightweight, 155-pound title belt around Nurmagomedov's midsection in the Octagon out of dread that individuals would toss drinks and different articles at him, conceivably harming other individuals all the while. 

Viciousness was for the most part contained, White stated, however video of a sizable fight in the field concourse following the battle surfaced on the web. The 17-second clasp demonstrates a few battles going on at the same time, however it was vague who was included or on the off chance that anybody was captured or confined. 

When ring commentator Bruce Buffer reported the consequence of the headliner, neither one of the fighters was in the Octagon in light of the fact that both as of now had been escorted out. 

The competition among McGregor and Nurmagomedov has been preparing for quite a long time, and it bubbled over in April when McGregor assaulted a transport Nurmagomedov was riding in at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, before UFC 223. 


At Thursday's news meeting, Nurmagomedov and McGregor said they would not shake hands

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