McGregor’s Manager Releases Statement
In the days since Conor McGregor’s attack of a bus with several UFC 223 fighters on it, forcing the cancelation of three fights not much has come out from the former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion.
As reported by Bloody Elbow, UFC President Dana White claims he previously texted with McGregor in what may have been “the worst conversation [they’ve] ever had.” White states McGregor apologized to him about fighters like Michael Chiesa, who was removed from the UFC 223 card due to lacerations from the attack, but it had to be done.
McGregor’s manager, Audie Attar, released a statement earlier today via Twitter.
— Audie A. Attar (@AudieAttar) April 7, 2018
McGregor was released on $50,000 bond and faces 12 charges, including two criminal mischief felonies. His next court hearing will be on June 14.
Original Story: Bloody Elbow