Beating Khabib Nurmagomedov? Justin Gaethje Explains How He Would Do It


Under New York State Law third degree mischief - where damage of another person's property is valued at over $250 - is punishable by up to four years' imprisonment.

The incident injured at least two fighters and botched four fight cards set for UFC 223. With his Hulk like strength McGregor took a dolly and smashed it into one of the bus windows, causing for it to shatter and cut fighters Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg.

"McGregor wasnt rich 5 years ago".

"I hear Georges St-Pierre wants to come to 155, and he can make 155, and he wants to become a three-time world champion (155, 170 and 185). People dream of being in that position and now he's in that position and he's going out there and acting like that". "I thought I would never say this, but I'm so happy I lost those fights because it led me here".

According to the Daily Mail, Conor McGregor is still causing plenty of trouble despite only being released from jail over the weekend. Since he has no prior criminal history, it could even be reduced as part of a plea. "If the UFC asks me: Tony, Conor, or Georges St-Pierre..." However, it is a different story when someone comes to the city and does damages such as this one so the case is a bit tricky. Paul Felder looked to be close, then NYSAC ruled out him.

Olivier Aubin-Mercier, who replaced Mairbek Taisumov to fight Evan Dunham, uploaded this picture of a poster, which he claimed were posted everywhere in the Barclays Centre in New York City.

UFC's Dana White was absolutely disgusted with the actions of McGregor and publicly criticised the fighter for his behaviour, saying that it was totally unacceptable.

Of course, McGregor's outburst throws a wrench to that as it is unknown at the moment if he will be allowed to set foot in the octagon anytime soon. And while five of the Russian's previous UFC fights have gone to decision, he had never before been in a five round fight. He took to Twitter to address the "rumor and misinformation" that is going around.

The preview also includes clips of Nurmagomedov and his team reacting to his win over Al Iaquinta, and of Rose Namajunas and Joanna Jedrzejczyk, following their co-headliner.

After his historic victory, Nurmagomedov made a reference to McGregor, calling him a "chicken" again, when talking to his fans gathered at the airport in Dagestan to meet their hero.