Conor McGregor And His Team Of Lawyers Working Hard To Facilitate His Return To Octagon
Back in April former two-division champion Conor McGregor arrested by NYPD following his UFC 223 bus rampage in Brooklyn, a few fellow fighters suffered injuries. Irishman charged with felony criminal mischief and misdemeanor counts of assault, attempted assault, and reckless endangerment. Reportedly he is facing up to seven years in prison, and his legal team was seeking a plea deal.
According to TMZ, McGregor is nearing to striking his plea deal, meaning he would dodge deportation or jail time.
Mcgregor’s lawyers reportedly are in the final stages of a plea deal in his felony criminal mischief case. Prosecutors have agreed to lessen the felony to a misdemeanor, which will save Irishman from permanent deportation. Now prosecutors are reportedly willing to give him probation instead of prison time. The deal isn’t finalized yet, as negotiations are currently undergoing.
Mcgregor is scheduled to make a court appearance on July 26th, if deal finalized on time he may free to resume his MMA career.
As the talk of a super fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov is making headlines for quite some time now, after the conclusion of this deal, Mcgregor likely to return to Octagon by the end of this year.