“Two wrongs don’t make it right,” Cormier wrote. “Conor didn’t deserve that. No one did. But some things aren’t for fight promotion. Religion, family, country. Throwing stuff in Brooklyn. For Khabib it wasn’t fight promotion, it was really personal. Diff culture man. Sucks.”
Three people involved in the madness were arrested but have been since released by police, according to UFC president Dana White.
White said on FS2 that Cormier, who is expected to face Brock Lesnar next year, was a big help in calming Nurmagomedov down after the brawl.