We got the rapper at LAX Sunday, and he was still hyped after the UFC 229 insanity - Khabib smoking Conor in the Octagon, and then sparking a massive post-fight brawl by going after Conor's jiu-jitsu coach, Dillon Danis.
"We have to see what happens. can these guys get visas and get back in the country?" "Conor was more concerned about the fight [he lost]", White said. "I didn't see Khabib jumping over the cage like that".
"What Khabib did to himself tonight, he was set up. all the mean things that were said about him. he won the fight".
Even though he would stand to earn far more, the undefeated Dagestani fighter may also feel he has comprehensively buried the threat from McGregor - whose record slipped to 21-4 - and wants to move on. He and a group of people illegally entered the venue for the event and attacked a bus in an attempt to get to Nurmagomedov in retaliation for him confronting McGregor's friend and teammate Artem Lobov.
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I think there's something being released on Netflix soon, a documentary based around that fight, and it will have all the rounds. Daniel Cormier has offered some i. I'm a human being, but I don't understand how people can talk about jumping on the cage when he talks about my religion, he talks about my country, he talks about my father and he comes to Brooklyn and he broke the bus and nearly killed a couple of people.
'They took his whole purse right now and they're talking about keeping his purse - I do not think that that should happen, ' White told TMZ Sports. This is not my best side.
Former UFC interim champ Tony Ferguson saw off Anthony Pettis in his return to action in the co-main event on Saturday, with the pair serving up a brutal slugfest that saw "El Cucuy" win via second-round TKO. While this was going on, an in-cage melee broke out until security intervened.
Though trending data ahead of UFC 229: Khabib vs. McGregor pointed to 3-million-plus pay-per-view buys, UFC president Dana White admitted on Monday that it didn't live up to that magic mark.