After much excitement in the pre-fight build-up, Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov will largely be remembered for the incidents that occurred in the bout's immediate aftermath.
While few were left with any doubts regarding the winner of the contest, numerous questions remain: Will Khabib's post-fight actions result in a lengthy ban for the Dagestani fighter, or, perhaps even a stripping of his title? How will such a conclusive defeat influence McGregor's decision-making as he continues to negotiate his return to the UFC?
With much to come over the coming weeks and months, both fighters have allowed some small details to emerge.
From Conor McGregor himself, the social media utterances were kept pretty short and sweet.
Good knock. Looking forward to the rematch.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) October 7, 2018
Other notable figures from the McGregor camp have been offering some insight too.
Although the extent of their utterances have been brief, the message remains the same - McGregor will be back.
Another historical night. Amazing atmosphere, technical fight with excitement all the way thru. All that makes MMA a great sport. Shame about the ending. On to the next one.
— Coach Kavanagh (@John_Kavanagh) October 7, 2018
No Conor McGregor at his after party at Encore Beach Club. Did see Owen Roddy and Audie Attar briefly and they were in relatively good spirits. “On to the next one,” Roddy said.
— Marc Raimondi (@marcraimondi) October 7, 2018
Meanwhile, McGregor's father Tony has been similarly focusing on the future after witnessing his son's defeat in Las Vegas last night.
That being said, it didn't stop him tearing it up at the after-party all the same.
From the victorious Khabib, there has been a touch more openness. In lieu of what occurred post-fight, it is not perhaps that surprising that the UFC lightweight champion wanted to clear some issues up.
Speaking in the post-fight press conference initially, Khabib subsequently took to Instagram to share his thoughts.
"When Allah with you, nobody can broke you. nobody. Thank you so much guys for support."