Both have 10 fights in the UFC. Yes McGregor beat more "top 5" guys but the majority were undersized opponents. Now lets look at their roots before the UFC. McGregor with 14 fights vs Khabib with 16 fights, not only more fights but you literally cannot compare the athletes on the Russian MMA scene with the Irish-UK scenes. At least, the US has wrestling in highschool and college, Western Europe doesn't even have that. Those novices who get into MMA in Ireland and Britain are random BUMS who decided they want to fight as a hobby or they have a "shot" at it as a career because they saw it on TV and thought it was cool. In the US its about 50/50, but in Russia the vast majority of fighters getting into MMA have amateur credentials. Khabib beat Oleg Bagov who's a multiple time Russian Combat Sambo champion, 3x Russian UWW Grappling champion, 2011 UWW World Grappling champion, 2013 World Combat Games gold medalist. He placed 3rd just this year alone at FIAS Russian Combat Sambo championships, all while he's an active MMA fighter with a high winstreak. He beat Shahbulat Shamlaev, winner of the Bellator 2012 Featherweight Tournament, decorated in Sanda. He beat Vadim Sandulsky, who's a multiple time Moldova Combat Sambo champ, decorated in Judo. He beat Eldar Eldarov, his teammate and multiple time Russian Combat Sambo champ and World medalist. Now works as the national coach for MMA in Bahrain. So WTF is Conor talking about when he's referring to Khabib as an amateur? LOL he has a lot more experience overall as a martial artist and with more challenges overall (without counting the dozens of combat sambo matches he had when he was a teen).