Conor McGregor Wanted for Questioning in Incident Before UFC 223 during Barclays Center

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Conor McGregor warming adult before a fighting compare opposite Floyd Mayweather Jr. in August. He has not fought since.

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The military in New York were seeking to doubt Conor McGregor, a Ultimate Fighting Championship superstar, after they pronounced he harmed someone by throwing a palm lorry during a train during Barclays Center on Thursday.

McGregor, accompanied by about 10 others, entered a Brooklyn locus around 1:30 p.m. and “threw a palm lorry during a bus, causing an damage to an particular on a bus,” Sophia Mason, a mouthpiece for a New York Police Department, pronounced in an email. She described a damage as minor. McGregor was wanted for questioning, though no detain aver had been issued.

Barclays Center is hosting UFC 223, that had a media day on Thursday. McGregor was not scheduled to fight.

A video taken by Felice Herrig, a U.F.C. fighter, showed McGregor using while holding a vast object, afterwards toppling circuitously rubbish cans. The military pronounced McGregor had thrown “various items,” afterwards fled before officers arrived.

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Dana White, a U.F.C. president, told ESPN that a harmed chairman was Michael Chiesa, a warrior who was left with cuts on his face and was taken to a hospital. McGregor and his environment were authorised in by a credentialed website, White said.

“They stormed a building, got down to a loading docks where a fighters were removing on buses and started to conflict a buses with rabble cans, dollies,” White told ESPN. “This is a many outrageous thing that has ever happened in a story of this company.”

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