UFC president Dana White and former two-division champion Conor Mcgregor finally going to have a sit-down meeting and talk about Irishman’s future.
White told TMZ on Wednesday that he’ll be meeting Mcgregor on June 18. A meeting location didn’t disclose; previously it was set to go down a few weeks ago in Liverpool, England, that failed to materialize.
”He and I are meeting on the 18th of this month,” Dana told TMZ, later adding: “I don’t know whats gonna happen. I don’t know what Conor has planned. I don’t know what Conor and his team have worked on.”
Mcgregor who has a court date on Thursday, June 14 in a New York related to his UFC 223 media day rampage, where he hurled a dolly through a window, injuring Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg enough to force them out of their respective fights. Irishman is facing three misdemeanor crimes and felony charges. According to TMZ, brash Irish’s legal team is working on a plea deal, which would likely include probation, a fine, and community service.
He has not fought since an August 2017’s highly anticipated boxing match with pugilist Floyd Mayweather Jr. and reportedly earned a hefty payday and hasn’t entered the Octagon since winning the lightweight title with a second-round stoppage of Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 in November 2016.