UFC Michael Chiesa files a police report against UFC star Conor Mcgregor after a bus incident, which involves Mcgregor, Artem Lobov, Charlie Ward and other Irishman’s entourage who went on a rampage against a bus carrying various fighters competing at the pay-per-view (PPV) event on Saturday night. That melee resulted in few injuries including Michael Chiesa who suffered multiple face lacerations which required hospitalization.
As result of injuries, Chiesa was pulled from his scheduled bout against former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis at UFC 223.
TMZ first reported the news that Michael Chiesa files police report against UFC lightweight champion Conor Mcgregor (who reportedly charged, facing three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief)
Our sources say Michael Chiesa — who was hospitalized with facial lacerations — spoke with cops at the arena after the incident on Thursday … and again when they visited his hotel later that night.
A fight against Anthony Pettis would have been Chiesa’s first fight in almost a year. His last fought against Kevin Lee, at UFC Fight Night 112 in June 2017, which he lost that fight via controversial submission.