In case ya missed it, a touch of shit went down after Khabib Nurmagomedov defeated Conor McGregor to successfully defend his lightweight belt in today’s UFC 229 fight.

According to footage, the brawl appeared to break out right after McGregor tapped out in the fourth round. As Nurmagomedov stepped away, his attention was immediately caught by McGregor’s camp. Though it’s unclear what they said to provoke him, it was enough to cause Nurmagomedov to charge toward his opponent’s camp and hurl his mouthguard at them. When that only inflamed the situation even more, Nurmagomedov full-on launched himself up and out of the cage to attack Dillon Danis, McGregor’s Jiu Jitsu coach.

Chaos erupted.

Meanwhile, back in the Octagon McGregor was suddenly attacked by an unknown man – believed to be from Nurmagomedov’s team – who delivered several blows to the MMA fighter.

After the brawl, UFC President Dana White told media on ground that three members of Nurmagomedov’s camp had “been arrested” as reported by The Independent

 “Three of his guys have been arrested, I believe they’re being taken to jail right now.

“I don’t know what to say right now, I’m disgusted,” White said.

He also confirmed McGregor had been unharmed by the man who had assaulted him.

More footage from the event shows Danis being escorted from the cage by police and UFC Vice-President Reed Harris

As you would expect the brawl is doing the rounds on social media, now.

The Independent reports Irish fans threw their drinks at Nurmagomedov as he was escorted from the Octagon by security.

On Twitter, some fans weren’t too happy.

MMAFighting.com reports Nurmagomedov briefly appeared post-match to apologise to the UFC and list a number of insults dealt to him by McGregor in the lead-up to their fight.

Per MMAFighting.com, McGregor has decided not to press charges.

In April, McGregor pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after he threw a hand truck at Nurmagomedov’s bus.

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