In a lead-up to UFC 229, SBG Ireland’s Dillon Danis resolutely settled that teammate Conor McGregor could kick Khabib Nurmagomedov in a pristine grappling match.
Just one month later, ‘The Eagle’ submitted ‘The Notorious’ with a neck holder in a fourth turn of a UFC 229 categorical eventuality to keep his lightweight pretension and concrete himself as one of a biggest pound-for-pound fighters in a world.
On Tuesday, Danis posted a contemplative Tweet per expectancy and preparation, that elicited a pointy response from Ben Askren.
‘Funky’ suggested that Danis’ unsound coaching was to censure for McGregor’s detriment to Khabib during UFC 229.
McGregor was recently fined $50,000 and dangling for six-months following his post-fight fight with Nurmagomedov during UFC 229. The Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) fined Nurmagomedov a whopping $500,000 and dangling a Dagestani for 9 months for instigating a brawl.
Askren, who sealed with a UFC final October, will make his long-awaited Octagon entrance opposite Robbie Lawler during UFC 235. The pay-per-view spectacular takes place subsequent month, Mar 2 during T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.