Gastelum: McGregor-Khabib Rivalry May Lead To Gun Violence

Regardless of Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier having one of many greatest rivalries within the historical past of fight sports activities, it’s beginning to pale compared to the one between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Whereas “Bones” and “DC” have come to blows throughout a heated face-off and hurled private insults at each other, Khabib and McGregor have crossed boundaries that many really feel ought to by no means be approached.

Examples right here and right here.

From destroying buses and endangering the well-being of harmless bystanders, to post-fight brawls spilling into crowds, “Infamous” and “The Eagle” have really taken their beef to new heights. But it surely’s actually beginning to attain harmful grounds, as UFC Middleweight title contender Kelvin Gastelum believes if cooler heads don’t prevail, somebody might wind up getting actually damage or really get shot.

“I believe there are some traces that should not be crossed, and this rivalry that is happening proper now’s escalating to a degree the place it shouldn’t need to,” stated Kelvin throughout a latest media scrum to advertise his upcoming interim title battle in opposition to Israel Adesanya at UFC 236 on April 13, 2019.

“I really feel like if it retains escalating the way in which it’s, any individual goes to finish up getting damage or shot, one thing. I actually consider that. You should not mess with peoples wives, household or faith. Completely.”

UFC president Dana White lately revealed that the promotion needed to step in to place a cease to the on-going social media rivalry between the 2 light-weight combatants after issues received too private.

Ought to the promotion ever determine to stage a rematch between the 2 — which is a really actual risk — don’t be stunned to see further added safety at each single occasion main as much as battle evening.

Whereas it’s unlikely that neither Khabib or McGregor will ever resort to precise gun violence, it’s all the time higher to be protected than sorry.

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