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Full footage of Conor McGregor rampage released in UFC Embedded

MMA fighter Conor Mc Gregor exits after appearing in a Brooklyn court on charges of assault stemming from a melee in the Brooklyn borough of New York Full footage of Conor McGregor rampage released in UFC Embedded
Betsy Taylor | 09 April, 2018, 01:22

Now, his alleged "official mugshot" has been shared.

McGregor is not an American citizen and thus could be denied future entry into the country if convicted. "I don't know if he's on drugs or what his deal is, but to come here and do this and to act this like, you know, you're talking about a guy who has a baby", White said.

MMA reporter Chamatkar Sandhu also claims that this is the official mugshot.

UFC President Dana White said on ESPN's Get Up! on Friday morning that he had no intentions of helping the former two-division world champion with his current legal situation.

It is yet to be confirmed whether the mugshot is official by NYPD and Conor's team.

In response, McGregor took himself and his entourage to Barclays Center where they gained access and headed to the loading dock area where buses that held other UFC fighters, including Numagomedov, were scheduled to depart back to hotels.

The New York Police Department said McGregor caused minor injury to an individual on the bus.

The video was released Saturday ahead of UFC 223.


White states McGregor apologized to him about fighters like Michael Chiesa, who was removed from the UFC 223 card due to lacerations from the attack, but it had to be done. He can be seen tossing trash cans and being prevented from throwing a barricade at a bus during his unannounced appearance in NY.

The imbroglio went down as the Barclays Center as a busload of MMA fighters were arriving for from UFC 223 media day on Thursday.

Discussing whether McGregor will be able to fight in NY again, Sumbler was much more rational. "I mean, this is embarrassing for the sport and obviously for the UFC", White said.

White said that he spoke with McGregor and that McGregor apologized for hurting fighters not involved in the feud but was not sorry for his actions, saying he believed they were necessary. "It was just like we got jumped".

The undefeated Russian is a long-time rival of McGregor's who has consistently demanded the opportunity to face the Dubliner in the Octagon.

He did, however, fight and lose to Floyd Mayweather Jr in a money-spinning boxing match in August 2017.

Rose Namajunas also was a passenger on the bus attacked by McGregor and was left so shaken she flirted with the idea of dropping out of her title fight. McGregor profanely responded on Twitter and wrote, "You'll strip me of nothing".

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