Conor Mcgregor is notorious for his activities both inside and outside of the octagon. The former lightweight champion has had many criminal charges over him in the past. And recently, Conor has been seen punching a man in an Irish bar. It is believed that Conor punched the man because of a dispute over his Proper Twelve whiskey. The incident took place at the Marble Arch pub in Dublin.
From the CCTV footage, Conor can be seen walking towards the bar patrons and he offered them a round of his Proper Twelve. Conor lined up the glass twice for the guy. However, the man denied and put the glasses away. This made Conor lose his temper and after a small verbal altercation, he punched the guy in his face.
Reportedly, Irish authorities have filed the incident based on the CCTV evidence. But till now there is no confirmation on whether Conor has been charged or not for the assault in the bar.
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Conor McGregor is the owner of the whiskey brand Proper twelve, and we have seen him promoting his whiskey brands in many inappropriate environments before. We saw Conor bringing his whiskey at the UFC 229 press conference in New york. he also offered whiskey to Khabib who doesn’t drink at all and things got heated for a moment there before Dana White interfered and stopped Conor. We are all aware of the insanity Conor causes when he gets mad.
Conor McGregor has been in a similar situation many times in the past. Recently he broke a fan’s phone in Miami because that fan was taking pictures of him outside a club. Though Conor was charged for that incident, he was able to make a settlement with the victim. There were even charges for rape on Conor McGregor recently, although there was no confirmation on that news. And probably his biggest mess up was when he threw a dolly at a bus filled with many UFC fighters and staff to get Khabib’s attention.
The former lightweight and featherweight champion, Conor McGregor has not stepped into the octagon since he lost to Khabib last year on UFC 229. Yet again undoubtedly the biggest start on MMA, Conor Mcgregor is in trouble now for his actions outside the octagon.
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