McGregor Leaves The United States A Free Man, Has Returned To Ireland

UFC megastar Conor McGregor has been making headlines as of late for being involved in a fracas at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. With that in mind, the mixed martial arts phenom has now made a trip back to his native Ireland.

“Notorious” decided to pay Brooklyn’s arena a visit on Thursday, April 5, bringing along a large entourage backstage. There, the group allegedly attacked a bus filled with fighters set to compete at UFC 223.

The target of the attack was reportedly undefeated UFC lightweight Khabib Nurmagomedov, as the fighter slapped McGregor’s teammate Artem Lobov days before. Multiple fighters were injured in the fracas, forcing Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg to pull out of their respective bouts for UFC 223.

McGregor would later turn himself in to local authorities, with the fighter now facing misdemeanor charges of assault and a felony charge of criminal mischief. Having made his $50,000 bail, “Notorious” is now free to travel internationally and is not due back in court until June 14.

Taking to Instagram, Conor McGregor has now offered a photo of himself back in his native country for the first time since the incident unfolded. Check it out below:


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