Robin Black has developed a theory saying Conor McGregor constantly behaves towards his nickname \u201cThe Notorious\u201d. And he adds that he has been rewarded for his non-acceptable acts all the time! Conor\u2019s behavior has become the synonym for an extreme outrage. His famous UFC 223 bus attack forced many people stood by his defense or start trash-talking. McGregor has been charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief for the fracas, and he has to appear in the hearing at June 14th. But there aren\u2019t big chances that UFC is going to punish him. He will probably get a chance to fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov for UFC Lightweight Title in near future. MMA analyst Robin Black describes the source of the problem. (via bloodyelbow.com) \u201cMy theory based on bits of information that we have is that if your kid does something terrible that we know is bad, (and) you give him candy every time, they\u2019re gonna (continue to) do bad sh-t,\u201d Black told Joe Rogan in a recent episode of the JRE MMA Show podcast. \u201cConor\u2019s been rewarded; he gets richer, more famous, more influential, (been given) belts. He\u2019s been given candy every time he\u2019s done this, and it works.\u201d \u201cThere are parallels in the political system in America, and there are parallels all over the world that by acting out in these strange ways, it\u2019s so bizarre and unsettling that we reward it.\u201d According to Robin Black, the UFC 223 bus incident could go completely another way, if The Notorious didn\u2019t show up late. According to his UFC media obligations, he should have come on time. \u201cWhat is the one thing we know about Conor? He\u2019s always late,\u201d Black said. \u201cHe didn\u2019t plan to get there when they were on a bus. He planned to get there when they were in a hall. He planned to get there when there\u2019s a bunch of people around and security, and it\u2019s easy to manage. A little pushing, little shoving, a couple of cameras, and all of a sudden, his $5 million payday is a $12 million payday in Russia, and everybody\u2019s going crazy, \u2018it\u2019ll work, it\u2019s brilliant.\u201d \u201cBut he\u2019s late, he shows up there on the bus. Now, the cameras are out and what\u2019s he gonna do? He\u2019s gotta perform. He came there to perform, he came there to do a thing, he showed up, and now, it goes sideways.\u201d \u201cThat\u2019s the most likely scenario, is that it was a \u2018let\u2019s do it, it will feel right for us as defending our friend, but also it will have an inherent value when the cameras come out and nobody will get hurt.\u201d It looks like Conor McGregor is really sorry for his acts. But maybe Robin Black is right, everything was allowed to Conor. He wrote an apology letter to Karolina Kowalkiewicz, who didn\u2019t decide to press charges against him. But Michael Chiesa filled a police report, and Rose Namajunas won\u2019t accept his apology. Ray Borg was also injured. What do you think, is The Notorious acting now? Is Robin Black thinking properly? Should Conor be punished for what he did?