There has been a huge amount of talk about the UFC this week, following the recent fight between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov, which saw a mass brawl break out both in the Octagon and out of it, with members from both teams making sure they got their pound of flesh.
Despite the fact that McGregor was beaten in that fight, he is still regarded as the biggest name in the UFC ,and there is no doubt that he will continue to sell out arenas and stadiums all over the world.
But, with that said, it seems that the big venues are not exactly all the rage for every fighter in the UFC.
Those of you who have been following the aftermath of that McGregor and Khabib fight will know that there have been quite a few people trying to get their voices heard and make a bigger name for themselves, with one person in particular being Dillon Danis, who is a training partner of McGregor and has been calling out anyone and everyone who will listen.
The main name that Dillon has been calling to fight him has been Kevin Lee, but following some disagreements on the boundaries of the possible fight, it looks like it will not happen after all, which leaves him free to call out some other fighters.
Which brings us to Rafael dos Anjos, who has clearly had enough of the noise being made by Danis, who has only one fight to his name in the MMA, albeit a win under the Bellator banner.
Rafael is a well respected name in the UFC and has won titles during his MMA career, and he has clearly had enough of Danis running his mouth and wants to be the man to shut him up.
However, it seems that, should the two of them get it on, it would not actually be under the rules of any of the organisations in MMA, since Rafael and Dillon are instead talking about taking it old school and simply having a full on tear up in the gym.
The idea is that there will not really be any of the usual rules associated with MMA, with no time limit and that Rafael dos Anjos and Dillon Danis will simply fight until one of them can go on no longer.
Of course, the chances of this happening are very slim indeed, but it would definitely make for some exciting viewing.
Who do you think would win in an old school gym war between Dillon Danis and Rafael dos Anjos?
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