Conor McGregor Coach John Kavanagh To Appear On Joe Rogan Podcast

Conor McGregor Coach John Kavanagh To Appear On Joe Rogan Podcast

Most of the talk coming out of the UFC 229 event over the weekend focused on the brawl that ensued after the main event between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor, where the man from Dagestan put on a clinical performance, taking down his Irish opponent at will before submitting him with a hold that was half neck crank, half rear-naked choke.

A rematch between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov is reportedly in the works with the Irishman hoping to get his revenge in front of home fans in Dublin. He particularly pummeled McGregor when he had him pinned late in the second.

UFC chief Dana White confirmed later that three of Nurmagomedov's team were arrested and taken to jail but were released later because McGregor refused to press charges.

Nurmagomedov went after a jiu-jitsu training member in McGregor's camp, Dillon Danis, a Bellator MMA fighter who mouthed something after the fight, which sent the champion into a rage.

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"It's bad", White said.

The Nevada State Athletic Commission did not immediately respond to FOX Business' request for further comment on the situation. That apparently caused his emotions to boil over after the fight. This is not my best side. "He talked about my religion, he talked about my country, he talked about my father", he said in the post-fight conference, without answering any questions before leaving.

In an apology that seemed to be tongue in cheek, Khabib wrote on Instagram: 'My face when someone says that they didn't like my jump, but I tried so hard. I don't understand. You cannot talk about religion, you cannot talk about nations, you cannot talk about this stuff.

Conor McGregor has defiantly stated that "we lost the match but won the battle" in his latest social media post following his comprehensive defeat to UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov in Las Vegas on Saturday. It's up in the air whether he'll even be able to fight in Nevada again.

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