McGregor uncovers what he told Nurmagomedov in 3rd round of “fight of the century”
He told the truth to his subscribers via his Instagram account.
Irish MMA fighter Conor McGregor has uncovered what he told Russian Khabib Nurmagomedov after the third round of the fight, which took place in October last year. He told the truth to his subscribers via his Instagram account. According to McGregor, he told Nurmagomedov to “stop whining.”
“He kept complaining to the judge. Even in the fourth round, when he was in the mount. This kind of confused me. If someone had to complain to the referee, then it’s me in the first round. Khabib held me by the legs four minutes with zero activity,” the fighter wrote on his Instagram.
To recall, Khabib Nurmagomedov defeated Conor McGregor with a choke technique, thus defending the UFC lightweight title. After the fight, there was a mass brawl, which was provoked by the Russian athlete.
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