The saga of former UFC Lightweight and Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor stemming from his parking garage tirade at the Barclays Center prior to UFC 223 back in April (check that out here) has come to an end today. McGregor turned himself into police following the altercation and was charged with multiple felony counts after he went ballistic, injuring multiple fighters after throwing a dolley through a bus window that carried a handful of UFC competitors. Michael Chiesea and Ray Borg, who had both been scheduled for the UFC 223 card, were forced to withdraw due to their injuries.
McGregor made his final appearance inside a Brooklyn, New York courthouse today for sentencing with all of the felony counts against him dismissed after he pled guilty to one count of disorderly conduct. ‘The Notorious MMA’ will have to pay restitution for the damage he caused to the bus, in addition to 1-3 days of anger management evaluations on top of five days of community service.
McGregor spoke to the media today once the court proceedings concluded:
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