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Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov: Irishman screamed four words whilst being choked

October saw two of the greatest fighters in UFC history fight for the first and only time in a record-breaking pay-per-view bout; Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov.

The two fighters had animosity leading up to the fight and now three years have passed, it’s clear the drama is still as fiery as ever.

From chaotic press conferences to bus attacks to very personal insults and everything in-between, it's safe to say McGregor and Khabib had, and still have, a rivalry like no other combat sport fighters.

The fight made UFC one of the most memorable and historic events in sporting history; it saw an undefeated Khabib face McGregor, who was the first fighter to win titles simultaneously in two divisions.

After Khabib’s win, he lunged out the Octagon to launch an attack on the Irishman’s close friend Dillon Danis. Meanwhile, his team entered the cage to pick a fight with the already defeated McGregor, resulting in UFC president Dana White giving both fighters suspensions and hefty fines.

The fight itself was a blockbuster event. As of June , it tops the list of highest buyrate for UFC events, raking in an incredible million buys.

However, there’s a moment every viewer missed when watching from home, as the Russian revealed post-fight four words which ‘The Notorious’ shouted to him as he held him in the neck crank submission that would see him win the fight.

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“Let me go please,” screamed the Irishman, according to Khabib himself.

Following the fight, in , Khabib was asked on the possibility of a rematch, and he replied: “Honestly I don’t think he wants that fight. How is that so? I beat him up for four rounds. I beat him and choked him and he tapped.

“It was a sign that he didn’t want to be there, ‘let me go please’ and all that. And now he wants the rematch.”

‘The Eagle’ fought only twice after his victory that night; he defeated Dustin Poirier in and Justin Gaethje in , extending his career record to before retiring undefeated in

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UFC results, Khabib vs. McGregor highlights: All hell breaks loose after Nurmagomedov wins

LAS VEGAS -- With the location intact, Khabib Nurmagomedov attempted to settle his grudge war with Conor McGregor at UFC on Saturday and did everything he said he would in the lead-up. Nurmagomedov () relied on his superior grappling skills to maul the former champion on the ground and defend his UFC lightweight title via fourth-round submission at T-Mobile Arena in the biggest fight in UFC history.

That's when all hell broke loose.

Chaos ensued inside the Octagon immediately after McGregor tapped out via rear-naked choke in Round 4 as members of both teams began to fight with Khabib's team appearing to start the insanity. The melee quickly spilled out into the ringside area as police restrained a number of fans who jumped the barricade. Nurmagomedov got into a shouting match with UFC president Dana White during the altercation inside the cage. After order was relatively restored and McGregor was escorted to the locker room, UFC chose to skip Nurmagomedov's traditional post-fight interview in order to play it safe.

"If I put this belt on you, everybody's going to start throwing shit into the Octagon," White told Nurmagomedov.

The post-fight scene was one of the ugliest in UFC's history. After emerging victorious, Nurmagomedov was in no rush to simply leave the beef in the cage. He stood over the fallen McGregor, shouted some words in his direction and appeared to even spit on him as he was recovering. The champion then turned his attention to the cage-side area, specifically McGregor friend and Bellator MMA fighter, Dillon Danis. Nurmagomedov scaled the Octagon cage and leaped in the direction of Danis and numerous others. 

What's more, as the melee was taking place on the outside, matters were made worse back inside the cage. Three members of Nurmagomedov's team attacked McGregor, sending the entire T-Mobile Arena into a frenzy the likes of which mixed martial arts has never seen before. Arrests were made, spectators were escorted from the building and one of the biggest nights in combat sports history was left with quite possibly the biggest black eye it's ever been dealt. 

The dislike between the two camps escalated on April 5, just two days after Nurmagomedov slapped McGregor teammate Artem Lobov for comments he made about the Russian fighter on social media. McGregor, who ended a nearly two-year layoff on Saturday, showed up unannounced at UFC in Brooklyn, New York, and attacked a bus filled with UFC fighters including Nurmagomedov.

McGregor, who tossed a hand truck through the window and injured three people, avoided jail time by pleading guilty to felony assault charges and accepted a plea deal. The hostility between the fighter's camps and the respective fans of their home countries helped build their title bout into an event that White expects to possibly double UFC's pay-per-view record of million buys from McGregor's rematch with Nate Diaz in

It remains unknown whether the post-fight attack on McGregor and his team was a calculated and direct response to the bus attack at the Barclays Center. Either way, it marred what had been an intense and dramatic title bout featuring current and former champions, and two fighters with contrasting styles.

After McGregor () stuffed an early takedown attempt in Round 1, Nurmagomedov was successful on a follow-up attempt and spent the majority of the opening round grappling for position as McGregor was seated. Eventually, Nurmagomedov worked him to the ground and landed a huge right hand at the horn to end the round.

The second round was Nurmagomedov's most dominant. He dropped McGregor briefly with a violent counter right hand that turned his chin in the early going. McGregor rose to land a knee to the face, but shortly after, Nurmagomedov secured another takedown and mauled McGregor for the remainder of the round with elbows and punches.

McGregor, who was lucky to survive, worked to his feet to close the one-sided round and talked trash to Nurmagomedov, which forced Dean to restrain the Russian champion. The crowd roared in approval of McGregor's toughness and the momentum carried with him into Round 3 as he largely outboxed Nurmagomedov on his feet and stuffed two of three takedown attempts.

But with his gas tank depleted after spending the majority of the fight on his back, McGregor gave up an early takedown in Round 4 and eventually gave up his back to avoid dealing with Nurmagomedov in full mount. "The Eagle" quickly applied a rear-naked choke from behind and forced the tap at of Round 4 to make the first defense of the vacant title he won by defeating late replacement Al Iaquinta in April.

All three judges had Nurmagomedov leading at the time of the stoppage.

The loss was the first for McGregor since he faded against Nate Diaz at UFC in their first meeting and tapped out via similar choke. During the two years since McGregor moved up in weight to capture the lightweight title from Eddie Alvarez at UFC , he also suffered a loss in his pro boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather in August

Nurmagomedov took home a disclosed purse of $2 million, according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission. McGregor, meanwhile, earned $3 million and claimed at Thursday's final press conference he could earn as much as $50 million should the fight exceed two million PPV buys.

UFC results

Khabib Nurmagomedov (c) def. Conor McGregor via third-round submission to retain the lightweight title
Tony Ferguson def. Anthony Pettis via second-round TKO (stoppage, broken hand)
Dominick Reyes def. Ovince Saint Preux via unanimous decision (, x 3)  
Derrick Lewis def. Alexander Volkov via third-round TKO
Michelle Waterson def. Felice Herrig via unanimous decision (, , )  
Jussier Formiga def. Sergio Pettis via unanimous decision (, , )  
Vincente Luque def. Jalin Turner via first-round TKO (punches)
Aspen Ladd def. Tonya Evinger via first-round TKO (punches)
Scott Holtzman def. Alan Patrick via third-round TKO (elbows) 

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Khabib Nurmagomedov retained his lightweight championship at UFC in Las Vegas, but not without some post-match ugliness.

The San Jose-based fighter beat Conor McGregor in the fourth round via submission to retain the lightweight championship, and he jumped out of the cage immediately after the fight to attack the Irishman's corner. 

Nurmagomedov, a year-old Russian, won the first round , dropping McGregor to the ground with a right-handed punch less than 30 seconds into the bout and controlling it from the start.

Khabib won the second round -- -- but lost the third, and dropped a round for the first time in his career. 

In the fourth, Khabib got McGregor in a rear-naked choke, forcing the former two-belt UFC champion to tap out. Nurmagomedov, who trains out of American Kickboxing Academy in San Jose, improved to in the UFC and overall in his professional career.

Khabib didn't immediately release McGregor from his rear-naked choke, which appeared to agitate the Irish star. Khabib then threw his mouthpiece at McGregor's corner and climbed out of the octagon to fight a member of the Irishman's corner -- as the bad blood between the fighters boiled over.

A member of Nurmagomedov's corner then seemingly tried to attack McGregor. 

UFC president Dana White wouldn't hand Nurmagomedov his championship belt in the octagon, for fear of causing additional chaos at T-Mobile Arena. White told reporters that three members of Nurmagomedov's team were arrested following the post-fight fracas, but he later said McGregor wouldn't press charges against them. 

There were other repercussions for Khabib, though.

Saturday marked McGregor's first UFC fight in nearly two years. He won the lightweight championship at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 12, , beating Eddie Alvarez in a second-round TKO. The win made McGregor the first fighter in UFC history to simultaneously hold titles in two different weight classes.

McGregor didn't fight in the UFC last year, and instead boxed against Floyd Mayweather in a pay-per-view match in August. The UFC officially stripped McGregor of his lightweight title on April 7, days after McGregor attacked a bus that Nurmagomedov was on ahead of UFC Two people were injured, and McGregor pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge disorderly conduct after he initially faced two felony chargers. 

Nurmagomedov won McGregor's old title at UFC , beating Al Iaquinta via unanimous decision to take the lightweight championship. He entered the night a heavy favorite, as Las Vegas oddsmakers pegged him at minus headed into the fight, according to Bovada. 

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UFC 229 Melee: Khabib Nurmagomedov, Team Brawl With Conor McGregor After Fight

Retired Khabib Nurmagomedov fed up with 'finished' Conor McGregor, believes MMA should no longer support him after loss

Jul 12,
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LAS VEGAS -- Retired UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov does not believe Conor McGregor will ever return to the top of mixed martial arts, and believes the sport should stop supporting his former rival after Saturday's loss to Dustin Poirier.

Nurmagomedov, who retired from MMA in , defeated McGregor in a title fight in October The buildup and fallout of that matchup were memorably ugly. McGregor, who threw a dolly at a bus Nurmagomedov was on, insulted Nurmagomedov's religion, wife and father. After beating McGregor, Nurmagomedov famously leapt out of the Octagon to confront his entire team.

After losing to Dustin Poirier via TKO at UFC on Saturday, during which he broke his lower left leg, McGregor insulted Poirier and made threats. According to Nurmagomedov, the sport will pay a price if it continues to build up McGregor, who he doesn't think will be successful moving forward.

"Money and fame show who you are," Nurmagomedov told ESPN. "All the time we hear that money and fame change people. No. When money and fame come, these two things show who you are. And what has [McGregor] done? He punched an old guy [in a bar in ]. You guys can watch everything he did and understand, it's just like Dustin said, 'This guy is a bag of s'

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"I saw a lot of tweets try to support him. How are you gonna support this guy? When kids, young generation watch him, watch this sport? If you want to promote your fight, promote.

"If the MMA community is going to support this bad people, this sport is going to go in a bad way."

In terms of McGregor's fighting career, Nurmagomedov said he does not expect his old rival to compete at a high level, due to an overall lack of hunger and the leg injury.

"Without broken legs, yes, [he could be the same]," Nurmagomedov said. "But with broken legs, he's never going to kick the same. With him, no, I don't believe [he'll return to the top]. Conor have good age [32], but what happened with his mind, legs -- this guy is finished, but he's good for promotion."

Nurmagomedov went on to say he believes the UFC will pair McGregor against Poirier or Nate Diaz when he does return, but Nurmagomedov expects McGregor to lose either of those matchups.

The UFC tried to persuade Nurmagomedov, 32, to not retire in the months that followed his announcement, but president Dana White ultimately accepted it in March and moved on with the pound division. Poirier is expected to face Charles Oliveira for the lightweight championship later this year or early in

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