The sport's best-known athlete and an global star, McGregor, 29, appeared before a judge at the Kings County Criminal Court, dressed in a blue, long-sleeved shirt that hid his trademark tattoos. The NYPD are now looking to question the Irish UFC champ, who potentially could be charged with assault and criminal mischief.
"Right now, absolutely not", White said, when asked if he still wants to be in business with McGregor.
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It's been well documented that McGregor and several members of his entourage decided it was a good idea to fly from Ireland to Brooklyn, New York last Thursday.
After the altercations, McGregor then left the scene in a van with his team before authorities or White could arrive.
". This is the most disgusting thing that has ever happened in the history of this company".
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Bail was reportedly set at US$50,000 and arrangements were being worked out for him to fly home to Ireland without U.S. authorities seizing his passport, reports said.
McGregor uploaded a cryptic post to his Instagram page this morning which shows the 29-year-old alongside his SBG teammate Cian Cowley, who was also charged in relation to the Brooklyn bus attack, being led out of a building and towards a fleet of Jeeps.
Obviously Michael Chiesa, he [McGregor] didn't know at the time that Ray Borg was hurt too, but he was apologetic about the people that he wasn't trying to hurt.
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He profanely responded on Twitter and wrote, "You'll strip me of nothing".
While McGregor stewed in his hotel Saturday night, Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov was officially crowned the lightweight champion after crushing his stand-in opponent Al Iaquinta in a five-round domination.
He was this week stripped of his UFC lightweight belt, which was due to be on the line in a bout between Nurmagomedov and Max Holloway at UFC 223, before the latter dropped out when doctors stopped him cutting further weight on Friday.
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