LAS VEGAS — Khabib Nurmagomedov apologized, although it was clear he wasn’t sorry about a lot.
Not after placing a beating on Conor McGregor of their extremely anticipated combat. Not after leaping out of the octagon to settle one other rating whereas a few his thugs jumped in to ship a number of extra blows to McGregor’s head.
And definitely not after getting a name from Vladimir Putin providing congratulations for a job properly achieved.
Preventing means by no means having to say you’re sorry, particularly for those who’re…