Conor McGregor says he regrets Brooklyn melee
Mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor says he regrets getting into a backstage melee at a Brooklyn arena and hopes to have his US court case resolved soon.
Conor McGregor has a history of backstage fights and for a non-stop trahstalker, that is not so strange.
Conor's latest backstage brawl almost cost him his career. He was caught throwing a HAND TRUCK at a bus full of UFC fighters.
McGregor injured a couple of UFC competitors, and they were all set to fight in the near future.
Conor's only response was on Twitter, where he wrote: You'll strip me of nothing. He referred to his championship belt, of course.
The incident happened on April 5, 2018, and nowadays, McGregor has a completely different story.
He is sorry for making a mess, and for endangering other fighters that had scheduled fights.
Find out more about the incident, and about the whole lawsuit, and click on the video above!