Conor McGregor is, at least for the moment, a free man.
Conor McGregor is facing several charges in the wake of Thursday’s ugly incident outside the Barclays Center, and he could also be dealing with millions of dollars in lawsuits before long.
UFC 223 has fallen apart more quickly than arguably any other event in mixed martial arts history, and Dana White can thank Conor McGregor for most of that.
There has been some speculation that Conor McGregor and his entourage attacking a UFC bus outside a media event on Thursday was some WWE-style promotional stunt, but Dana White has put that talk to r
Nate Diaz would probably be the last person you would expect to take Conor McGregor’s side after the embarrassing mayhem that broke out on Thursday, but Diaz has a long history with people on b
Conor McGregor is facing multiple charges for his antics on Thursday.
Conor McGregor’s legal fate is now in the hands of the New York Police Department.
The UFC announced in a statement on Thursday evening that Conor McGregor and members of his entourage who vandalized a UFC bus earlier in the day have been banned from attending UFC 223 on Saturday,