UFC boss: Nurmagomedov won't be stripped of UFC title

Tanya Simon
October 12, 2018

A brawl between the two camps immediately ensued, as Nurmagomedov leapt over the Octagon to attack a member of McGregor's corner.

UFC superstar Conor McGregor has been given a one-month medical suspension following his bout in UFC 229 that ended in controversy.

Now, UFC president Dana White has some strong opinions on what the commission should do to Nurmagomedov, although he doesn't have the authority to determine what the commission's eventual ruling will be. After talking with aksakals and wise countrymen, they made a decision to move to other heights.

"Regarding whether Khabib should be sanctioned or not I think the UFC has their own consideration", said Stefer. You just beat him while the whole world was watching.

So what does White think they should do?

"The pay-per-view numbers are starting to roll in, so I'm in a much better mood than I was on Saturday", White said to TMZ Sports. And, he's gonna get suspended.

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Nurmagomedov jumped over the cage to go after McGregor's grappling partner Dillon Danis, who was reportedly shouting at him following the end of the fight.

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But after receiving his trophy away from the octagon Nurmagomedov took to Instagram in a cheeky dig at White for withholding his prized reward. Is Nurmagomedov the new pound-for-pound king after his dominant victory over McGregor?

Athletic Commission issued a verdict about the behavior of Habib Nurmagomedov after defeating Conor McGregor.

The athletic commission also issued a statement recently to MMA Fighting, stating that McGregor was not now licensed in NY, but that, "If and when he does submit an application, the Athletic Commission will review the submission in accordance with our rules and regulations".

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