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Khabib vs McGregor results, recap, and link wrap-up: ‘Eagle’ taps ‘Notorious,’ starts UFC 229 post-fight war

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We knew UFC 229 was going to be crazy ... but perhaps not that crazy.

Khabib Nurmagomedov improved his professional mixed martial arts (MMA) record to 27-0 with a fourth-round submission win over Conor McGregor in last Saturday night’s (Oct. 6, 2018) headliner inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Their championship bout capped off months of back-and-forth jibber-jabber that dragged both “The Eagle” and “Notorious” through the mud, which unfortunately boiled over after the pay-per-view (PPV) event and led to a massive post-fight melee.

Arrests were made, fighters were cut, people were disgusted ... it was bananas.

Elsewhere on the card, former interim lightweight champion Tony Ferguson reestablished his place among the 155-pound elite by stopping Anthony Pettis in the co-main event, a wild bang-a-thon that covered the canvas in blood.

If you happened to miss last Saturday night’s championship showdown or the wall-to-wall coverage we brought you, the fickle fight fan, right here at MMAmania.com, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with a complete UFC 229 link wrap-up.

Here’s a list of some of the most important headlines from this past weekend.

UFC 229: The Fights

Live results and play-by-play updates

UFC Fight Pass “Prelims” recap

FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” recap

Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Conor McGregor: Highlights | Fight Recap

Tony Ferguson vs. Anthony Pettis: Highlights | Fight Recap

Dominick Reyes vs. Ovince Saint Preux: Highlights | Fight Recap

Derrick Lewis vs. Alexander Volkov: Highlights | Fight Recap

Michelle Waterson vs. Felice Herrig: Highlights | Fight Recap

UFC 229: Post-fight housekeeping

Post-fight press conference video replay

Bonuses and awards

Khabib jumps into the crowd to attack Dillon Danis

Conor McGregor brawls with Team Dagestan

Dana White reacts to main event, post-fight melee

Twitter has takes on Khabib’s meltdown, ensuing chaos

Fans brawl after UFC 229, Irish fan slept in violent fashion

Hot balls hijack post-fight interview

UFC 229: The morning after

Tony Ferguson insists he’s the real lightweight champ

NSAC wants to have a word with Khabib Nurmagomedov

Michael Bisping believes Conor McGregor “gave up”

Biggest winners and losers from UFC 229

McGregor won’t press charges for Octagon ambush

Khabib apologizes for UFC 229 meltdown

McGregor promises to make another UFC comeback

Next matches to make following UFC 229

Dillon Danis found a new fighter to irritate

That should just about cover it.

UFC will take the next two weeks off, then return in the form of UFC Fight Night 138: “Oezdemir vs. Smith,” which takes place inside Moncton Events Centre in New Brunswick, Canada, on Sat., Oct. 27, 2018 (more on that card here).

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