Conor McGregor enters ‘guilty’ plea in Dublin pub assault of old man

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The former UFC champ champ Conor McGregor has mostly solely been in the news over the past couple of years for his controversial and rather infamous outside the octagon antics. A few months ago he had made the headlines for punching an old man in an Irish bar. From throwing a dolly at a bus carrying other athletes to now punching an old man for allegedly refusing to drink his Proper 12 whiskey, McGregor is seemingly on a fall from grace. McGregor has now finally settled that legal dispute in a court of law.

McGregor appeared in front of a court recently and settled the entire dispute by accepting a plea deal. In accordance with this deal, McGregor was also fined a total of 1000 Euros. Here’s what McGregor had to say about the matter:

What I did was very wrong and I’d like to apologise again to the injured party and today before the court and assure you that nothing of this nature will happen again,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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