McGregor Admits Regret As Court Date Lasts 45 Seconds

McGregor Admits Regret As Court Date Lasts 45 Seconds

McGregor's legal team and the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office said negotiations for a potential plea deal are ongoing.

"I regret my actions", McGregor, one of the sport's most recognizable stars, said in a statement read to journalists outside by a publicist. "I understand the seriousness of this matter, and I am hopeful this will worked out".

The Irish MMA fighter, 29, was alleged to have thrown objects at the bus during a press event at the Barclays Centre before UFC 223 which smashed a window. Nurmagomedov was left unharmed, however Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg were unfortunately caught in the crossfire, and were forced to pull out of their respective fights due to injuries sustained during McGregor's attack. He appeared in court today, but the session was brief.

The 29-year-old Irish fighter appeared for a hearing at a NY court on Thursday, and will remain free on bail following the brief appearance along with co-defendant Cian Cowley.

Today we're here to focus on the court we're not here to focus on any future plans until we handle this matter. He told JOE: "As expected, Conor's team will be back in Court on July 26, likely to enter a plea".

Dana White is set to meet with Conor McGregor later this month to discuss McGregor's future with the UFC.

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"No.no", White said. "Normally, yes, I would dive right in and do everything in my power to help one of my guys".

Judge Raymond Rodriguez ordered them to return July 26.

White said McGregor had "some sort of beef" with Nurmagomedov.

If Conor is found guilty of any of the charges facing him, his much-anticipated return to the UFC Octagon will be further delayed, as his chances of re-entering the United States of America will be seriously affected.

McGregor was released on $50,000 bail following his arrest over the frenzied attack on a bus of rival fighters that injured two athletes.

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