Here’s a truth: At UFC 229, it was Khabib Nurmagomedov who jumped the octagon fence and attacked Dillon Danis in the moments after his submission win over Conor McGregor, causing chaos in the process. And yet, the Nevada State Athletic Commission made it possible for Danis to receive a longer suspension than the UFC lightweight champion. Does this make sense? That question was asked Monday following an NSAC meeting in Las Vegas, where Danis finally was punished for his role in the infamous UFC 229 brawl. Danis was issued a seven-month suspension – retroactive to the Oct. 6 event – and fined $7,500

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Why Khabib Nurmagomedov’s UFC 229 brawl suspension almost was shorter than Dillon Danis’ – MMA Junkie

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