After the bus attack in April and releasing on bail, Conor McGregor got more headlines than the most influential politicians! From his hearing to helping disabled man finish a workout, The Notorious remains a hot topic almost every day. Currently, he would like to return to New York and help the inner-city youth become as wonderful as he is. Conor as a “role model”? This is at least strange!
A former UFC two-division champion has been in talks with New York’s Police Athletic League. The idea is related to “providing sports activities and more to kids from disadvantaged backgrounds”. Conor’s defensive team could offer this as a part of plea deal in the exchange for jail time deserved by his hooligan behavior. (via MMAMania.com)
Don’t forget, Conor McGregor was handcuffed receiving two felony counts of criminal mischief. But here comes a big question – what could be learned from this dangerous Irishman? Is it going to be uzi firing in the kitchen, trash-talking spectacles, flaming people in social networks, Dr. Jekkyl and Mr. Hide behavior or he has something else to offer? Maybe an apology for racism?
Notorious is also known for Burger King ad. Well if he really is “a king”, then he should learn to accept his mistakes and think about different behavior.
Conor McGregor returns to the court on July 26. This is the final step he has to make if he wants to see the inside of octagon again. And there are many angry rivals waiting for him, and Khabib Nurmagomedov would be extremely pleased if he gets the honor to fight The Notorious, especially after the incident with Conor’s teammate Artem Lobov. Conor hasn’t fought for a very long period of time, we hope the plea deal will go well!