Khabib Nurmagomedov is too busy tending to farm animals to go beast mode in the Octagon.
UFC President Dana White appears keen on squeezing one more fight out of Nurmagomedov; however, "The Eagle" seems intent on retiring.
"You can fight until you're 40 but there should be a goal," Nurmagomedov told a group of young people, via TACC (h/t RT Sport). "I had a goal to reach the summit and I got there. Further, I have no competitive interest. Next year I will graduate. I'd like to [build on] my thesis, do a masters course, dedicate more time to studying. I've bought sheep, I tend to my farm. I'd like to develop in this field a little. I have the bull calves out to feed, I have cows."
Nurmagomedov (29-0) announced his retirement from mixed martial arts after beating Justin Gaethje via second-round triangle choke at UFC 254.