The former two-division UFC champion appeared in court on Friday over an suspect assault on a boy in a Dublin pub in April
Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor is indicated in court on Friday over an alleged onslaught on a somebody in a Dublin pub in April.
The 31 -year-old Irish fighter stood at the back of the Dublin courtroom as his solicitor, Michael Staines, asked for the bag to be adjourned until 1 November pending the disclosure of evidence.
A policeman told the court that included CCTV footage.
Judge Marie Keane requested the twice Ultimate Fighting Championship title-holder, garmented in a fleet motif suit, to appear again in three weeks’ experience when he would be asked to enter a plea or attempt a time for the subject to be heard.
McGregor was charged in a separate case in April 2018 with three counts of aggression and one count of criminal misfortune after police “says hes” assaulted a charter bus in New York bear UFC fighters.
He pleaded guilty to a reduced disorderly conduct charge in that case.
McGregor has not contend since losing his UFC lightweight title to Khabib Nurmagomedov a year ago this week. He announced his’ retirement from MMA ‘ in March.