Dean was chosen to share the octagon with Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor, who many consider the biggest battle in the history of mixed martial arts.
Last week, a senior official was attacked for a mid-weight break between Khalid Murtazaliyev and CB Dollaway at the UFC in Moscow.
The guitarist UFC 229 between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov now has a referee and a judge. The Nevada Sports Medicine Commission met today and distributed the competition on October 6:
- Referee: Herb Dean
- Judge: Sal D’Amato, Derek Cleary, Junichiro Camidjo
The Committee unanimously agreed to the choice of headings. According to MMA Fighting, Dean will receive a prize of $ 1,900, and each judge will receive $ 1,600. The other three judges for the NAC round are Jason Herzog, Dan Mirazhiott and Chris Tognoni.
For many years, Dean was at the forefront and at the center of many major UFC battles and is still considered one of the best judges in the game.
Cleary participates in his 14th UFC competition in 2018 and is one of the judges of UFC 223 Khabib, who beat Al Yaquint’s referees, where he won an easy title. In addition, he also worked with Nate Diaz on UFC 202 McGregor and played a game for McGregor.
D’Amato also participated in the Khabib / Yakinth competition, which will be his 16th UFC competition this year. Kamijo is preparing for the third event in 2018.
Dean allowed Dollowa to absorb the continued beatings in Murtazaliyev’s hands, although the commentator’s cries waved by the battle and were only announced when Dolloway could not enter his stool at the end of the round.
But Dean will not leave the spotlight for long, because he will allow the world to look at him in the main event of UFC 229 next week.
The Nevada Sports Medicine Commission was confirmed by officials who will be responsible for Nurmagomedova and McGregor at a meeting on Tuesday.
Dean will receive a prize of $ 1,900, and three judges – Derek Cleary, Sal D’Amato and Junichiro Camidjo – will charge $ 1,600.
On October 6, the committee unanimously agreed to the main choice of events at the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas.