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Two guys step into the octagon even if they hate each other, we've seen it time and time again. Khabib has destroyed his legacy in my opinion. The stories, the public perception, will all be on Conor's side. They'll say he got jumped and everyone will say they feel sorry for him. I'm upset and I'm appalled. He was heard saying: Give me this belt. A spokesperson for the stadium said: Khabib Nurmagomedov sparked a brawl Image: Talk of that has gathered pace after McGregor, taking to Twitter at Conor McGregor hasn't pressed charges After being attacked in the octagon by friends of Khabib, McGregor has opted not to press charges.
Two of Khabib's guys got into the octagon, one guy hit Conor with some shots form behind, and that's it "The way that works is Conor is one of the guys who was attacked. Conor refused to press charges. There were three guys from Khabib's team arrested, and they were released because Conor didn't want to press charges. I know this is not my best side. I'm a human being. He talked about my religion, he talked about my country, he talked about my father. Khabib Nurmagomedov dominated Image: According to Hardy, the brawl would not have broken out if the fight was more competitive.
Kavanagh explained that the game plan was to try and survive the early rounds, before winning the latter rounds. He also stated he was surprised when Khabib dropped McGregor early in the second round.
And what I saw from my front row seat with my own eyes - at just after 10pm out here - was the lowest of the low.
To say the brawl was chaos would be putting it lightly. It was utter carnage. Not only could the fracas have led to the participants suffering serious injuries, it could have caused casualties among the spectators.
It has ruined an otherwise stellar night for the UFC, who are now in the midst of another huge controversy a mere six months after McGregor's antics at the UFC media day in Brooklyn.
Now I know what you're thinking - he's being overdramatic and fans weren't at all in danger. But the lives of some of the fight goers were at stake when multiple brawls kicked off in the crowd. We have seen it all before. Members of the public killed by one punch. Floored in a late-night town centre brawl. Quite frankly, we are lucky no-one has died. Nurmagomedov and McGregor fans, some of whom had been drinking heavily, shockingly traded blows as their heroes were being led out of the arena.
Some of those involved fell down stairs and found themselves fighting off multiple attackers. There's always a possibility of crowd violence at combat sports events, a fact security at arenas around the world are more than are aware of.
But even they couldn't have prepared themselves for what ensued after The Notorious' claim to be the undisputed lightweight champion was laid to waste in emphatic fashion The tensions between Team McGregor and Team Nurmagomedov were well documented before the fight, which makes one wonder why extra security wasn't deployed cageside. Quite simply, there was not enough. That being said no one could have prepared for a cowardly attack from behind being launched on McGregor, whose future in the sport is once again unknown.
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The eyes of fight fans across the world were firmly fixed on the T-Mobile Arena, with many keen to see if McGregor could become the first man to defeat Nurmagomedov and reclaim the lightweight title he was stripped of in April.
Not just fight fans, either. Sport went out the window the moment Khabib hurdled the octagon. This is not backpage news.
This is frontpage stuff. This incident is, unfortunately, a huge black eye for the UFC and fans of mixed martial arts around the globe. I would love for it to not overshadow one of the best cards MMA's premier promotion have held in the last two years. UFC has been dragged through the mud. The entire world is talking about the brawl. Khabib got his hands on his belt back in his homeland Image: GETTY Khabib has shown little remorse for his actions and revealed what he wanted to show McGregor after months of controversial build up and the bus attack back in April.
Nothing can break us. By his description, Chatri had a blessed childhood. Banks collapsed like dominos across the region, wiping out the life savings of millions of families. With the Thai economy plunging into its worst recession in history, his parents lost their entire life savings and found themselves jobless and homeless, suffering to make ends meet. Of course, it was just a silly dream without any basis in reality. Chatri did not have the funds to pay for school fees and living expenses.
As Chatri describes it, his acceptance into Harvard was a fluke and he initially decided against it out of fear of failure and a lack of financial resources. It simply made zero sense to take such a big risk. He vividly recalls being filled with fear, doubt, and insecurity.
When he first arrived for orientation at Harvard, he did not have the money even to pay for school fees or textbooks. All of his life belongings fit into one suitcase. He sent what little money he saved back home every month. During his 2nd year at Harvard, his mother eventually flew to the US to live with Chatri in his tiny single dorm room because she had nowhere else to go.
To persevere through incredible levels of stress as well as exhaustion from the lack of sleep, he harnessed the warrior spirit that Kru Yodtong had instilled in him years earlier. No matter how exhausted he was and no matter how much he wanted to quit at times, Chatri fought for his loved ones and for a better future.
And the rest is history as they say. Chatri would later launch his first company at 27 years old, help to put his younger brother through university, attain financial freedom by his early 30s, buy his mom an apartment in New York City, and lift his entire family out of poverty. And yes, he still trains martial arts to this day. Here are some of the life lessons Chatri has learned from martial arts that can help you to achieve your dreams: Chatri attributes his success in life to the warrior spirit he developed through his Muay Thai practice.
Martial arts teaches us never to surrender, despite all of the adversity we may face in life.
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What determines who we become and what we achieve in life is how we react during the toughest moments in our lives. Do we give up? Or do we fight with everything we have?
According to Chatri, life is simply a fight for your dreams. He often says, If you are unwilling to fight through the worst days of your life, you do not deserve the best days of your life. One of the keys to success in life is the ability to get back up on your feet every time you fall down.
Nothing equips you better than a warrior spirit forged by martial arts training. Every day, we should work towards becoming the best version of ourselves. According to Chatri, martial arts helped him realize that every day is a chance to make yourself better: The power of compounding is enormous.
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This rule of thumb applies to every area of your life. We can all be better fathers, daughters, sisters, husbands, wives, working professionals, martial artists, and everything else.
Make it your goal to be better today than you were yesterday…and better tomorrow than you are today. For Chatri, failure is just a part of the process of becoming everything you can be in life.