UFC megastar Conor McGregor is currently awaiting his July 26 court date following a fracas that took place in Brooklyn, New York on April 5. “Notorious” is facing criminal charges and is reportedly facing litigation for the incident that left multiple individuals injured.
UFC President Dana White, however, appears to have no interest in providing any punitive measures of his own to the Ireland native. Speaking at the UFC 226 Post-Fight Press Conference, Dana White revealed that McGregor is far from his mind at the moment.
“I’m not even thinking about Conor — I’m serious. I know they’re saying there are talks, but we’re not talking about a fight right now. Conor has to get through July. Whatever’s going to happen to him in July, we’ll figure that out. I don’t know what’s going to happen.
“Is he going to get fined? Is he going to be on probation? Is he going to get this, that? When that’s over with, then we’ll start talking about him fighting.”
In another interview from the recent UFC 226 event on Saturday, July 7, Dana White claimed that he will be leaving all punishment up to the New York legal system and to those potentially filing lawsuits against “Notorious.”