Former two-division champion Conor Mcgregor made a brief appearance earlier this morning (Thurs., June 14, 2018) at Criminal Courthouse, to address charges related to bus rampage ahead of UFC 223 at the Barclays Center in April. Mcgregor and his legal team informed the court that they are working on to negotiate a plea deal, so Irishman and his co-defendant Cian Cowley instructed to return for another hearing on July 26. https:\/\/twitter.com\/SportsCenter\/status\/1007280372562956288 Afterward, a member of Mcgregor's legal team read a statement: \u201cI regret my actions that led to today. I understand the seriousness of this matter and I\u2019m hopeful this will get worked out. Thank you, everyone.\u201d https:\/\/twitter.com\/arielhelwani\/status\/1007262721702756352 Mcgregor's manager Audie Attar spoke to Ariel Helwani but didn't discuss the plea agreement detail: (Via MMAFighting) \u201cToday we\u2019re here to focus on court, we\u2019re not going to focus on any future plans until we handle this matter,\u201d Attar said. \u201dRight now we\u2019re in good negotiations with the district attorney, so we\u2019re going to focus on that and we\u2019ll focus on the future later.\u201d https:\/\/twitter.com\/arielhelwani\/status\/1007263916676788224 Mcgregor's legal troubles began when Irishman hurl a metal trolley at a bus full of UFC fighters after a news conference. Ray Borg and Michael Chiesa, suffered injuries in the incident and were ultimately unable to compete that weekend. McGregor and Cowley both were arrested by New York Police Department later that night and was released from custody after paying off respective amount of $50,000 and $25,000 bond and allowed to travel back to Ireland. McGregor last competed in August 2017, when he made his professional boxing debut and lost the bout via 10th round stoppage to legendary Floyd Mayweather and reportedly took home hefty payday. The Irishman's last Octagon outing was in November 2016, when he knocked out Eddie Alvarez to become the first man in UFC history to hold belts in two divisions simultaneously. Mcgregor's fighting future is still in the air until his next court appearance is settled.