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Dillon Danis doesn’t give a f—k about his NSAC suspension because he buttered Khabib’s biscuit

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Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) has been hard at work these past few weeks, handing down fines and suspensions for the participants involved in last October’s post-fight brawl at UFC 229 in Las Vegas.

Chief among them were Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and former division kingpin, Conor McGregor. Since both combatants adhere to some sort of bizarre bro code, anyone and everyone in their respective entourages are also at war.

I blame this guy.

Anyway, the latest mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter to earn a timeout is McGregor’s jiu-jitsu coach and Bellator MMA welterweight, Dillon Danis, who instigated the UFC 229 melee by heckling Nurmagomedov shortly after “The Eagle” submitted “Notorious” to retain his title.

Our full report here.

But don’t expect Danis to be crying himself to sleep over his seven-month suspension, which came with a $7,500 fine.

Even though I was born on the mean streets of New Jersey, just like Danis, I had no idea what “two piece and a biscuit” meant, so I googled the phrase and instead got the definition for “soggy biscuit.” I implore you, faithful reader, to not make that same mistake.

The Urban Dictionary will bail me out:

I much prefer Elwood’s Rubber Biscuit, but whatever.

“Another Bellator I was booked on that I couldn’t fight on because of my ongoing suspension,” the 1-0 Danis wrote on Twitter. “I will be back in there soon, thanks for everyone’s patience.”

Danis, 25, is eligible to return on May 6.