Khabib on Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier 3, retiring at the top and coaching | MMA on ESPN

Khabib on Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier 3, retiring at the top and coaching | MMA on ESPN
Khabib Nurmagomedov sits down with Brett Okamoto to debate his thoughts on Conor McGregor’s trilogy struggle against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, if his competition with McGregor will ever be over, life after retiring and if he thinks Dana White will ever stop asking him to fight again.

0:00 What are you thoughts on Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.
0:30 You have to train always in this sport – Khabib.
1:00 Khabib: Mentally McGregor has become better since I combated him.
1:20 Khabib responds to McGregor’s garbage talk after UFC 264.
4:40 Is it still a “forever competition” between you and McGregor?
7:30 What would have occurred if McGregor had not damaged his leg in the very first spherical?
11:40 What has life been like since retiring?
13:50 Can you get pleasure from life as a champ?
17:30 Do you think Dana White will ever stop asking you to return to fight?
20:30 What happens if Charles Oliveira commences to defend a number of titles? Would you want to return?
27:20 Khabib discusses his dad’s plan for his professional career.


  1. Khabib is the greatest inside and outside of the octogan 786

  2. Let him retire he has achieved everything

  3. This okamoto guy is annoying af

  4. most new people dont know past conor mcregor interview, back in 2014…thats what he dose before fight ” i let my emotion roll”, “i lose my mind up this stage, i get fired up”

  5. Andrew Bartlett


  6. Wow, this interviewer is great! What’s his name?

  7. Khabib would return and fight if he is given the same respect, promotion and earnings
    you can’t just call the guy the best fighter of all times and diss him because he is a muslim and pay the big money to the loser because he is an irish and sells more.
    that is absurd

  8. Khabib speaks nothing but the truth. Conor knows it more than anyone. It constantly eats at him and his only outlet is to be loud and annoying. He’s been this way since he was a kid. God only knows why he is this way but it all starts at home. Nothing would have made Conor happier than to be undefeated but that day will never come. Where it’s just statistics to us, it’s a living nightmare to him that he can’t escape. His mind is his own worst enemy.

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