Max Holloway Breaks His Silence On McGregor’s UFC Bus Meltdown

Former UFC two-division champion Conor McGregor is facing misdemeanor and felony charges following the fighter’s alleged attack of a bus filled with UFC fighters set to compete at UFC 223. Now UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway was weighed-in with his thoughts on the matter.

“Notorious” allegedly attacked a bus filled with fighters, with the target of the attack reportedly being Khabib Nurmagomedov, on April 5. McGregor led a large entourage with him to join in the attack, leading to the injury of several fighters.

Speaking on the latest edition of The MMA Hour, Max Holloway offered his thoughts on the matter.

“I think yeah (he crossed the line). How many times can you let the guy get away with things? I don’t think he meant to break the bus with the dolly, it looked like he was shocked that he broke it. Because I saw him pick up a metal trash can, put it down, then threw a plastic trash can, instead.”

“It doesn’t affect me personally, so I feel bad for all the other fighters like Chiesa and Borg. Brooklyn missed some fights because of it.”

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