UFC star McGregor arraigned in melee

Posted April 07, 2018

He has been has been charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief after his rampage following a UFC press event in NY.

A NY judge freed McGregor, 29, on $US50,000 ($A65,000) bail on Saturday (Friday local time) after being charged for his part in an alleged violent attack at a media event to promote UFC 223. The bus was moving slowly through the Brooklyn stadium parking lot at the time.

McGregor has been charged with several misdemeanours, including 13 counts of menacing, four counts of assault (recklessly cause physical injury to another person), one count of attempted assault with intent to cause physical injury, and one count of reckless endangerment.

McGregor was due to be transferred to the criminal court later for an arraignment hearing, Jones said.

White said McGregor had "some sort of beef" with lightweight fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov, who was on the bus. Fueled by revenge and running with a pack of his "hoodlums", McGregor's antics landed him in jail - and injured two fighters on Saturday's UFC 223 card. "I'm devastated to say the very least".

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White says McGregor is guilty of "completely irrational behaviour".

The footage captured shows a bloodied Michael Chiesa (who was subsequently ruled out of his fight with Anthony Pettis), McGregor and company going bats**t insane, and the moment that "The Notorious" one smashed a window with a dolly cart, with a regretful-looking Artem Lobov also present.

Cian Cowley is one of the men who was caught up in the Barclays Center rampage led by UFC star Conor McGregor following UFC 223 media day.

LESS than 25 minutes after reporters began tweeting the arrival of Conor McGregor at the Barclays Centre in New York City on Thursday, trouble was afoot.

If Max Holloway is able to pull off an upset and make history against Khabib Nurmagomedov this Saturday, he could seal his place as the unlikely heir to Conor McGregor.

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Flyweight Ray Borg suffered multiple cornea abrasions in the wake of the McGregor attack and his fight against Brandon Moreno was also scratched. But in the history of the UFC, this is definitely the worst thing that's happened.

But after a string of public incidents the trash-talking 29-year-old has been out of the octagon, except for his big boxing bout with Floyd Mayweather eight months ago that made him wealthy enough to never have to fight again after pocketing $30 million.

White was making a television appearance where he was asked about whether or not he had had any contact with the Irish fighter and he revealed he hadn't spoken to him but the pair exchanged text messages.

McGregor reacted angrily to the decision on social media.

McGregor profanely responded on Twitter and wrote, "You'll strip me of nothing".

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