Conor-Khabib Reach Settlement With NSAC

The UFC 229 brawl has finally come to a conclusion, as reports indicate both Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor have reached a settlement with the Nevada Athletic Commission.

Per a report from the Las Vegas Review Journal, Tuesday’s meeting of the Nevada Athletic Commission will not featured either UFC lightweights, as they’ve reached a settlement agreement with the state for the post-fight brawl between both fighter’s camps at the conclusion of Nurmagomedov’s fourth round win over McGregor in October.

NSAC executive director Bob Bennett confirmed those agreements will be presented and put to a vote by the five-member panel Tuesday morning. Settlement agreements also were reached with Abubakar Nurmagomedov and Zubaira Tukhugov, who jumped into the Octagon to attack McGregor.

The only major concern now for the hearing set for 9 am PT, is the licensing of Jon Jones, who was denied a license in December due to testing positive for Turinabol.

 

Initial Report: Las Vegas Review Journal

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