Nurmagomedov had just retained the UFC Lightweight title but appeared furious with Danis to spark a mass scuffle inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Danis is a 25-year-old MMA fighter born in New Jersey but now lives across the Hudson River in New York.
"I wonder how he feels, you asked him, to be on the same card as Dillon Danis?"
Danis, 24, who trained in Ireland for the fight with John Kavanagh, received expertise from McGregor on his striking game.
is hitting .458, and credits his improvement to a rigorous strength training program and coaching from former Red Sox catcher Rich Gedman and Minnesota Twins first baseman Chris Colabello, both of whom he worked with at Milford Sports Center.
But despite their heartbreak, the victim's family were fond of Danis
and invited him to be a bearer at their son's funeral.
"For the first year, Don didn't even know we were making the movie," says Danis
. "We had to do it undercover." Eventually, though, Danis
could hide an impending adoption only for so long.
retired, he maintained a home in Westboro, as well as one in South Yarmouth.
the most competent town coordinator the town has had, and a fair and efficient negotiator with the town's police unions.
and his wife Linda of Dayville; two daughters, Karen C.
undergoes a series of regular operations over a few years, they are positive that Dani
will start seeing," Dani
's grandmother, Neli Yordanova, told the Sunday Mail.
A message on Dani
's Facebook page under a photo of the six-year-old says: "I've started my journey to Russia and with your help and your support, I will go to the hospital for the surgery on my eyes.
Since his first treatment, Dani
's sight has slightly improved and he is now able to react to light stimulation and his mother's presence.
's plight was highlighted in the Cyprus Mail, offers of help flooded in, but despite assurances from supporters that the final amount would be covered, no large donations had been forthcoming until now.
According to family friend, Nadia Frangeskou, after Dani
's plight was highlighted in the Cyprus Mail, offers of help have been flooding in, but despite assurances from supporters that the final amount would be covered, no large donations have been forthcoming.