Conor McGregor planning Dublin rematch with Khabib Nurmagomedov after UFC 229 chaos

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Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov got top billing at UFC 229, but Derrick Lewis stole the show. "There's an ongoing investigation", White said at the UFC 229 Post-Fight Press Conference.

After McGregor tapped out, Khabib turned his fury towards the Irishman's training partner Dillon Danis.

The commission's first move was to hold Nurmagomedov's guaranteed US$2 million purse indefinitely, and it's unclear whether law enforcement will pursue charges.

When Nurmagomedov forced the biggest star in mixed martial arts to tap out yesterday to end what's likely to be the most lucrative show in UFC history, he had fashioned the flawless response to McGregor's verbal insults and physical attacks.

At the same time, a couple of men from Khabib's team entered the cage and started attacking McGregor before the security personnel stepped in and took both the star fighters away from the chaos.

"I don't understand how people can talk about I jump on the cage, you know?"

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But is the victory short-term balm or a turning point in United's season? " It was special ", attacking midfielder Mata said. The Red Devils piled-up the pressure after the break, and Juan Mata swept home a world-class free-kick with 20 minutes left.

"The fight was very clear", Rogan said.

"Last night was an unfortunate turn of events during one of the biggest and important fights in UFC history".

"He talked about my religion, he talked about my country, he talked about my father".

McGregor crowed when Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, the champion's beloved father and a longtime wrestling coach, couldn't attend UFC 229 because he couldn't secure a United States visa in time.

White said Nurmagomedov should've "pulled [McGregor] up from the ground and said, 'Hey, good fight, ' and got his belt".

In the build-up to the UFC 229 main event, "The Notorious" predicted that he would be dominating the dialogue in Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena.

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