UFC legend Khabib Nurmagomedov's incredible reaction to tapping out Conor McGregor revealed in secret dressing room clip

KHABIB NURMAGOMEDOV'S historic win against Conor McGregor descended into chaos after the fight.

And secret dressing room footage revealed today by SunSport shows the dramatic aftermath in the Russian legend's dressing room.

Khabib beat Notorious in the fourth round in Las Vegas on October 7, 2018.

He forced the Irishman to tap out with a rear naked choke to win by submission in the T-Mobile Arena at UFC 229.

But the fight is most well known for the carnage in the arena after the clash was stopped.

Almost as soon as the bout had finished, a mass brawl erupted involving both fighters and their entourages.

Khabib's management agent Rizvan Magomedov appeared to provoke McGregor's training partner Dillon Danis.

The pair then became embroiled in a skirmish – which Khabib noticed immediately.

He leaped out the cage and launched himself feet first into Danis before the chaos was eventually brought to a halt.

Little was known about what happened back inside the dressing rooms when both fighters' parties were eventually separated.

But intimate footage which has surfaced shows what really happened.

At first the mood is one of joy with Khabib's helpers wildly celebrating the win.

But then it turns sombre as they realise what has happened.

Khabib is rushed back into the changing room surrounded by police and security amid the tense atmosphere.

Several members of his team try to hug him and congratulate him but the angry looking Russian shrugs them off.

The footage then cuts to a shot of a much calmer Khabib apologising to his trainer Javier Mendez who assures him 'it's ok'.

Khabib recently dropped a huge hint he could return to the UFC despite his retirement after beating Justin Gaethje.

Dana White is set to meet the unbeaten Dagestan based legend in a bid to get him to postpone his retirement.

But Khabib insists he has no plans to return and will instead become a farmer and study.

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