Khabib says McGregor's career at UFC is over

Khabib says McGregor's career at UFC is over

Khabib Nurmagomedov said Conor McGregor's career at UFC had ended after losing to TKO to Dustin Poirier at UFC 257 in Abu Dhabi, January 25.

In Khabib's view, McGregor will not be able to return to the peak of his appearance when he was still victorious at the UFC by winning in different classes from the time he entered the UFC in 2013 to 2016.

McGregor's lightweight champion title was finally revoked by UFC due to a long absence. Since returning to battle in 2018, McGregor has not won any more prestigious duels.

The Irish fighter has only won once in the last three fights since returning to a duel in 2018. The victory was won against Donald Cerrone at welterweight, while McGregor lost to Khabib and finally against Dustin Poirier.

Seeing these conditions, Khabib considered McGregor's career at UFC to be over because he was no longer having the best performance.

Never. One can never have a peak [career], "said Khabib in an interview with Magomed Ismailov quoted from

"At the moment I am not talking about him specifically. This is in general terms," ​​Khabib added.

In Khabib's eyes, a person's performance is different from a team that has a number of players. The Eagle tries to compare McGregor with his favorite football club, Real Madrid.