Growing up, there’s a good chance that you were scared of your old man whenever you did something stupid.

Apparently, Khabib’s father is no different and plans on disciplining his son for acting out of line following his victory over Conor McGregor. In an interview with a Russian media outlet, Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov explained that his son is in for quite the punishment.

 “I will impose a punishment tougher than the UFC’s. I warned him. For me, discipline comes first. You do whatever you want in the Octagon, [but] outside — this is the border of civilians, where there are children, women, strangers.”

Khabib, of course, jumped out of the octagon and attacked members of McGregor’s camp. Members of Khabib’s crew then hopped into the octagon that became arguably the most chaotic moment in UFC history.

The Nevada State Athletic Commission chose to withhold the Russian’s $2 million winning purse as a result of his post-fight actions and are in the process of conducting a full report of the entire incident.

Questions have sprouted since Saturday that the UFC Lightweight Champion could be kicked out of the United States for his actions.

Khabib’s father coached him as a young boy back home in Dagestan, a republic in Russia and played a key role helping youth in their community using various mixed martial arts as an outlet to deter from the political insurgency.

Earlier on Tuesday, Khabib threatened to smash Dana White’s vehicle after the UFC president refused to hand over his title belt after defeating McGregor via submission in the fourth round of their match.

While the 30-year-old awaits word awaits word on his the discipline from the NSAC and UFC, he’s returned back to his hometown of Kaspiysk and was greeted by a large gathering of fans at a local soccer stadium that appeared to be filled to capacity.