UFC president Dana White says lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov may be stripped of his title after jumping opponent Conor McGregor's jiu-jitsu coach. "There's gonna be an investigation by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, and…there's gonna be big-money fines, and these guys are in big trouble,” White told ESPN following the surprising end to Saturday's bout. "Again, we need to see how this plays out. Nobody has ever done that; nobody should ever do that." While Saturday’s UFC 229 fight ended in the fourth round when Nurmagomedov made McGregor tap to a rear-naked choke, Nurmagomedov continued to go after McGregor and had to be restrained by referee Herb Dean. Nurmagomedov then jumped out of the Octagon and went after McGregor’s coach, Dillon Danis. During the commotion, two men believed to be part of Nurmagomedov's team also attacked McGregor.