UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov may be suspended after setting off a brawl, following his fourth-round submission win over Conor McGregor, but he's not so hard-pressed for cash he's willing to entertain 50 Cent's latest offer to switch fighting leagues. The native New York rapper offered to pay the $2 million purse Khabib still hasn't received after defeating Conor in Las Vegas, so long as he switches to rival Bellator:
However, Khabib's manager, Ali Abdelaziz, doesn't think much of the amount. "For $2 million, [that won't even] open a Coca-Cola bottle for Khabib," he told TMZ over the weekend. "Khabib make a lot of money. We talk about $50 MILLION and up, we can talk. But $2 mil? This is garbage."
While it might be a garbage offer to Khabib's team, 50 Cent might have to pay that $2 million himself, if Bellator president Scott Coker has anything to say about it.
At the same event where he talked with TMZ, Khabib's manager refused to discuss in detail the epithets McGregor's teammate allegedly said about Khabib and his father, which provoked Khabib's post-fight vault out of the octagon and into the crowd. McGregor's teammate has denied the accusations.