The most heated feud in MMA history could be set for a sequel after UFC president Dana White confirmed that he is open to the idea of UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor facing off once again.

The first, and to date only, meeting between the two rivals occurred last October at UFC 229 in Las Vegas with Nurmagomedov winning by fourth-round submission.

The event descended into chaos moments after the Russian’s win as members from both fight teams brawled inside and out of the cage, a hangover from the months of bad blood between both men.

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Dana White expressed his disgust at the actions of those involved in the post-fight melee, as did the Nevada State Athletic Commission, who issued lengthy suspensions to Nurmagomedov, McGregor and several others who were involved.

And when it comes to a do-over between the two fighters, it appears that the mantra “if it makes dollars, it makes sense” is ringing through White’s ears. 

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