Conor McGregor Legal Team Made A Motion To Dismiss Michael Chiesa Allegations Of Negligence And Infliction Of Emotional Distress Conor McGregor wrecked the whole UFC 223 event due to his hooligan bus attack. The day before, Conor's teammate, Artem Lobov, had a minor altercation with an undefeated Lightweight fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov. The next day, Conor stormed Barclays Center loading dock, searching for Khabib to revenge. When he found out the Dagestani is in the bus, he threw a metal dolly at its window and broke the glass into pieces. Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg had to withdraw from UFC 223 fight card due to face lacerations. Conor was arrested later that day but his legal team reached a plea deal to avoid jail time in July of this year. Michael Chiesa filed a lawsuit against Conor McGregor in September of this year. \u201cThe Notorious\u201d was charged for assault, battery, negligence, and infliction of emotional distress. McGregor\u2019s lawyer James M. Catterson made actions to dismiss the case in New York State Supreme Court, Kings County, on November 30th, 2018. TMZ reported the news first. Catterson claims the attack was not targeted against Michael Chiesa. It means the injuries \u201cThe Maverick\u201d sustained cannot be intentional. McGregor\u2019s lawyer states Chiesa can only sue Conor McGregor for battery and assault. Yet, he believes there is no possibility of claiming infliction of emotional distress or negligence. According to James Catterson, McGregor\u2019s actions were \u201cunquestionably inappropriate\u201d, but not \u201coutrageous\u201d. (h\/t\u00a0MMAFighting.com) \u201cWhile the conduct alleged in the complaint is unquestionably inappropriate, it does not approach the rigorous standard of outrageousness as defined by New York courts, therefore further supporting the dismissal of the intentional infliction of emotional distress claim,\u201d said the attorney, who works for Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP after a stint as a judge on New York\u2019s state appeals court. James Catterson also added that Chiesa\u2019s lawsuit didn't include any proof\u00a0to support alleged emotional injuries. \u201cChiesa, a seasoned combat sports fighter, fails to plead any allegations containing even a scintilla of factual specificity regarding the alleged emotional distress,\u201d Catterson wrote. \u201cThe two emotional distress causes of action allege only that Defendants \u2018caused severe emotion distress, mental trauma, and\/or bodily harm to the plaintiff.\u2019 \u201cThe complaint contains no other information supporting these alleged emotional injuries. These boilerplate, unsubstantiated allegations do not adequately plead a claim for emotional distress, and therefore Chiesa\u2019s intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress claims must be dismissed.\u201d Catterson doesn\u2019t plan to ask for dismissing battery and assault charges. Chiesa also sued Barclays Center, McGregor Sports and Entertainment (Conor McGregor promotional company), and McGregor\u2019s cohorts. James Catterson wrote that the charges against Sports and Entertainment should be dismissed. According to Catterson, Irishman's promotional company doesn\u2019t fall under the jurisdiction of New York. Michael Chiesa confessed he received many threatening messages from McGregor fans after the news of his legal actions\u00a0was published. Even his girlfriend and mom were under attack. \u00a0\u201cI\u2019m gonna tread lightly with this, obviously I can\u2019t say a whole lot. But it just has not been good,\u201d Chiesa said. \u201cEven my girlfriend and my mom get messages and comments. They\u2019re not a part of this and it\u2019s kind of a shame when \u2014 my mom\u2019s a sensitive lady and I do my best to protect her and stuff. And when she tells me about some of the mean things that are getting sent her way it\u2019s really, it\u2019s a shame.\u201d What are your thoughts on this? Do you think Conor McGregor's legal team would win this battle?\u00a0How much money will Conor lose?