UFC superstar Conor McGregor seems to have ‘learned a lesson’. The Irishman was responsible for a string of chaotic events during the UFC 223 weekend in Brooklyn. He was seen attacking the UFC bus that carried the fighters ahead of the pay-per-view and during the attack; McGregor threw multiple objects at the bus.
Not only did these actions result in four fights falling out of the UFC 223 card but it also got McGregor arrested on major charges.
The former two-division champion got bail nevertheless and now, he has started posting cryptic messages on Instagram. McGregor first posted a picture of him dining with his family as you can see below.
“I have the best job in the world looking after my family. If we all look after our own, we are all looked after ❤”
Although McGregor got heat for his actions in Brooklyn, some fans had praised him for the loyalty he showed towards Artem Lobov whose confrontation with Khabib Nurmagomedov was the reason why McGregor flew into Brooklyn in the first place. McGregor’s caption for the above post probably highlights the incident.
The latest post from McGregor is a bit more cryptic. He implies that he learns lessons every day and considering the timing of the post, it could well be a half-apology from the former Lightweight champion.
You can see his post below.
“It is only a lesson if you learn from it. I learn every day.”
McGregor is currently 21-3 in his career and is currently on a two-fight winning streak as well. He has, however, not fought in the Octagon since November 2016. His last outing came in the form of a super fight against Floyd Mayweather which McGregor lost.
There are many rumours floating around about the return fight of the 29-year-old but nothing has been confirmed as of now.