Dana White: ‘I care about Conor McGregor, he’s acting like things aren’t right’

UFC megastar Conor McGregor made his presence known inside the Barclays Center on Thursday, April 5. Following an incident that left several injured, UFC President Dana White has come forward with his thoughts on the current state of mind of “Notorious.”

McGregor and a large group of the fighter’s entourage appeared backstage of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Thursday during the UFC 223 Media Day event. The group then allegedly attacked a bus filled with UFC fighters set to compete on Saturday’s UFC 223 card.

Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg have since been pulled from their fights after suffering injuries from the incident. Conor Mcgregor has been charged with three counts of misdemeanor assault and one felony count of criminal mischief.

Speaking to TSN, as seen within the video below, UFC President Dana White revealed his thoughts on the matter.

“I don’t think it’s not known that I care about Conor. The reason he is such a huge star is that he has a unreasonable personality. He’s very cocky and brash and over the top. This just makes me feel like something’s wrong.

“He was offended yesterday that I said that, but I agree with you, yes. This is a guy who is acting like things aren’t right.”

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