Khabib Nurmagomedov has no intention of facing Conor McGregor again any time soon, despite UFC boss Dana White claiming the Irishman would be in line for a rematch if he wins on his octagon comeback in January.

McGregor returns to face Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone in the welterweight main event at UFC 246 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on January 18, the first octagon outing for The Notorious since he lost to Khabib at the same venue in October 2018.

Khabib is booked to defend his lightweight title in a long-awaited match-up with Tony Ferguson in New York in April.

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Assuming the Russian wins that fight and McGregor beats Cerrone, UFC chief White recently said a rematch between the pair would happen “pretty soon.” 

Khabib isn’t about that.  

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