LAS VEGAS – While today’s Nevada State Athletic Commission suspension of Dillon Danis may appeared to have closed the book on UFC 229’s infamous post-fight melee, that might not necessarily be the case. NSAC executive director Bob Bennett today told MMAjunkie that “We still have a couple more respondents to address.” Bennett went on to clarify that the commission was specifically looking at Dominance MMA Management’s Rizvan Magomedov, who was briefly detained by Las Vegas police following the brawl, as well as Asadulla Emiragaev, a childhood friend of Khabib Nurmagomedov who became known as “red shirt guy” after leaping into the octagon and striking Conor McGregor following the conclusion of UFC 229. Bennett did indicate the remaining investigation would not necessarily be limited to those two, with “maybe some others” still to be addressed before the commission would consider that matter complete. NSAC chairman Anthony A.

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UFC 229 fallout not done yet: NSAC still has ‘a couple more respondents to address’ – MMA Junkie

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