UFC Releases High Definition Hype Video of Conor McGregor Attacking Bus

  • UFC Releases High Definition Hype Video of Conor McGregor Attacking Bus

UFC Releases High Definition Hype Video of Conor McGregor Attacking Bus

Khabib Nurmagomedov took to the ring on Saturday night to take on Tony Ferguson Max Holloway Al Iaquinta to become the undisputed lightweight champion, essentially stripping Conor McGregor of the title. A judge also allowed him to keep his passport, meaning he will be allowed to fly back to his native Ireland. Chiesa was forced to pull out from his fight against Anthony Pettis after suffering these injuries. Show up like you wanna fight or something like this", Nurmagomedov said on UFC's "Embedded: "Vlog Series".

McGregor, who posted $50,000 bail after being interrogated by New York City police, slammed a dolly trolley into a bus in the build-up to UFC 223, showering fighters with glass.

Videos show McGregor, surrounded by an entourage of about 20 people, throwing barricades and other objects at departing buses at a loading dock.

McGregor stood silently as the judge listed the charges against him - 3 misdemeanor assault charges and 1 felony criminal mischief charge. He can be seen tossing trash cans and being prevented from throwing a barricade at a bus during his unannounced appearance in NY.

"Send me [a] message [that says] "come here, this place" and that it", added Nurmagomedov.

"I think everybody is going to be pretty disgusted with Conor McGregor right now", White told ESPN in an interview late Thursday. Do you want to chase this guy for interviews and buy his fights?

Lobov was yanked from the card and banned from the building.

McGregor profanely responded on Twitter and wrote, "You'll strip me of nothing".

White said earlier this week in NY that McGregor would fight again for UFC this year.

UFC was founded in 1993 and popularized cage fighting.

Ray Borg, another American fighter who was set to square off against Brandon Moreno, was also deemed "unfit to fight" due to "multiple corneal abrasions", the UFC said.

"He has no criminal history and the bail package is completely appropriate", McGregor's lawyer Jim Walden told the court.