Conor McGregor has felony charges dropped, agrees to plea

Conor McGregor has felony charges dropped, agrees to plea

Conor McGregor will basically write a check and do five days of community service

Conor McGregor will not be spending any time in the clink, and he will not have any travel restrictions going forward. McGregor famously attacked a bus full of UFC fighters prior to UFC 223 with a dolly and injured multiple fighters. He was charged with multiple charges including a felony that could result in Conor doing some time. That is if Conor wasn’t rich and famous.

He saw his felony charges dropped and in the end plead guilty to a misdemeanor. As a result, will have to do five days of community service. He will also have to pay for the damages done and attend anger management.  His attack resulted in two fights being scratched from the UFC 223 card and Ray Borg and Mike Chiesa being injured.

This issue is cleared up seemingly opens up the possibility of Dana booking Conor again for an upcoming fight. Dana said that he would not arrange for Conor to fight until his legal issues were behind him. I’d say they are behind him at this point. Now all he has to do is wash a couple of firetrucks or go to some elementary and warn kids of the dangers of dolly-throwing. The long and the short of it is, justice was clearly served.