Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov have agreed a settlement with the Nevada State Athletic Commission over the brawl that followed their UFC 229 bout.
The Las Vegas Review Journal reports that the pair will not be present for the full disciplinary hearing over the fracas in October.
The NSAC will review and vote on these agreements at today's scheduled hearing.
After Nurmagomedov forced McGregor to submit via neck crank in the fourth-round, all hell broke loose at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Nurmagomedov leapt out of the ring to confront McGregor's SBG teammate Dillon Dannis while McGregor was involved in an altercation with one of his opponents teammates after they entered the Octagon.
The commission is holding half of Nurmagomedov's $2 million disclosed purse pending the outcome of the hearing.
UFC reporter Ariel Helwani believes the pair will receive bans of between four and nine months.
Expect them to line up fights following their suspension.