This week saw Conor McGregor make a surprise entrance into the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, and attack a bus filled with several UFC fighters, including rival Khabib Nurmagomedov. The bus was moving slowly through the Brooklyn stadium parking lot at the time.
McGregor, 29, is in police custody and being held in the 78th precinct, Detective Navarro of the New York Police Department said Friday morning.
McGregor will not have his passport revoked as part of his bail package, so he'll be free to return to Ireland for now.
Flyweight Ray Borg was also on the bus for the incident has will not compete at the pay-per-view after he suffered "multiple corneal abrasions".
Bradley said: "He just kneed me in the face when I wasn't looking".
The Crumlin fighter has been subsequently charged for assault on Friday in a NY court alongside fellow SBG fighter Cian Cowley and was granted bail at $50,000. Bail was set for Cowley at US$25,000 (RM97,000).
White was then asked if McGregor is apologetic at all, to with the UFC president said: "No".
"Conor is in a lot of trouble".
The NYPD is investigating how Conor McGregor's mugshot made its way onto the internet.
"So much rumor and misinformation about my client, Conor McGregor". "There's so many more moving pieces to this thing".
"This is the last stunt on Earth that we'd ever pull", he said. "This is embarrassing for the sport, obviously for the UFC, and this is the furthest thing from a stunt". This is the furthest thing from a stunt.
White accused the Irish star and other men of "storming the building" on Thursday. At one point he can be seen running for a dolly before picking it up and throwing it at the moving vehicle, breaking a window through which passengers can be seen.
As a effect, there is graphic footage of Michael Chiesa cut from the smashed window.
"This is way bigger than 'are you going to fire the guy?' This is criminal", he said.
"This was a real bad career move for him", White said.
Their matchup was one of the richest boxing bouts of all time.
It appears the UFC production team can work very fast.
UFC superstar Conor McGregor is in custody in NY following a van-smashing rampage at a press event.
ESPN reported that Lobov, a teammate of McGregor's, had been involved in a minor scuffle this week with Nurmagomedov at a hotel.