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Daniel Cormier’s recent revelation about Khabib Nurmagomedov turning down a whopping $40 million deal to return to the UFC has really stirred up chatter among us MMA enthusiasts.Khabib Nurmagomedov , the undefeated champ who gracefully bowed out with a 29-0 record after his last win against Justin Gaethje at UFC 254, has left us all wondering if he might stage a comeback.

DC’s insights into Khabib Nurmagomedov’s decision shine a light on the fighter’s rock-solid commitment to retirement. Despite the jaw-dropping offer, Khabib seems dead set on enjoying life away from the Octagon. The mystery around how many fights and the event details has us all speculating if the UFC is pulling out all the stops to woo him back into the ring.

And let’s not forget Javier Mendez, Khabib’s coach, who’s been hammering home the retirement theme. He’s been reassuring everyone that there’s no secret training or comeback discussions happening, squashing any rumors about Khabib Nurmagomedov making a surprise return for UFC 300. It’s all in line with Khabib’s own words about wanting to focus on family.

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Now, Dana White dropping the bomb about a Max Holloway vs. Justin Gaethje matchup for the BMF title at UFC 300 is like adding another layer to this already intriguing story. The BMF title, the badge of honor for the “baddest” fighter, makes the event even more special. But, you can’t help but notice Khabib’s absence on the fight card, making his retirement seem even more real.

So, with Khabib turning down the big bucks, Coach Mendez staying firm on the retirement stance, and Dana White making fight announcements, it all points to Khabib Nurmagomedov waving goodbye to his incredible UFC career. We might keep speculating in the MMA world, but for now, it sure looks like Khabib Nurmagomedov has closed this chapter with a smile.

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