We all knew it was just a matter of time before this news broke.
According to a report, both Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov have been suspended for 10 days following the wild brawl which occurred following their fight at UFC 229.
In addition, there is also a continuing investigation going on, which will result in a longer suspension and fines.
McGregor and Khabib have been suspended for 10 days. A full investigation is forthcoming with longer suspensions and fines, but I've been told likely won't be more than 6 months. UFC won't be issuing any punishment— Robert Littal (@BSO) October 9, 2018
Per Robert Littal, the suspension won't exceed six months for the two.
As most of the world knows by now, Khabib jumped into the stands following his victory to go after McGregor's entourage. Per a report, he was enraged when one of McGregor's teammates issued an NSFW racist insult his way.
This led to one of the craziest scenes the sport has ever seen
The brawl after the fight. Khabib attacked Dillon Danis then all hell broke loose. pic.twitter.com/UWH218mW3n— XII XXX XC (@drelawsonjr) October 7, 2018
How long will the two end up being banned from getting back in the octagon? We'll find out soon.