Former two-division UFC champion Conor McGregor has been making headlines for an incident that left multiple people injured. With that in mind, former UFC women’s strawweight title challenger Karolina Kowalkiewicz has come forward to reveal that “Notorious” has offered her an apology for the recent fracas.
Reportedly in retaliation for Khabib Nurmagomedov’s confrontation with SBG Ireland’s Artem Lobov from days earlier, Conor McGregor lead a large entourage backstage of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Thursday, April 5.
The large group then allegedly attacked a bus filled with red corner fighters for UFC 223, as the event was just days away. Multiple people were injured in the fracas, with McGregor now facing misdemeanor and felony charges for the incident.
Karolina Kowalkiewicz was in the bus at the time, as the fighter was set to face off against Felice Herrig at UFC 223. Speaking in a recent interview, as seen below, Kowalkiewicz revealed that McGregor has since offered an apology to her for the incident.
Check out a translation of her statement below:
“I think, after the fact, Conor realized what had happened. He wrote to me himself, he apologized to me for this incident. I do not know if he is honest, maybe he is afraid of a class action, but I have no intention of suing anybody.”