Karolina Kowalkiewicz won’t sue Conor McGregor after removing personal reparation – ‘I’ve seen worse things’

Conor McGregor is on repairs control avocation a month private from his uproar in Brooklyn, New York in that he pounded a train full of UFC fighters perplexing to get during Khabib Nurmagomedov.

As outcome of his meltdown, several fighters and UFC employees were injured, including Ray Borg and Michael Chiesa, who were both bounced from their particular fights opposite Brandon Moreno and Anthony Pettis as a result.

The initial chairman to accept a personal reparation from Conor was Rose Namajunas, who was on a train during a time Conor threw a barrow by has window. Though, she was not injured, she was admittedly rattled from a distress forward of her pretension quarrel opposite Joanna Jedrzejczyk.

“Thug Rose,” however, didn’t wish any partial of Conor’s remorse.

Now, Karolina Kowalkiewicz — who degraded Felice Herrig during UFC 223 and was also on a train — reveals to MMA Flashback that she also perceived an reparation from McGregor, and from a sound of it she seemed to be a bit some-more receptive than her associate Strawweight.

“I saw Conor McGregor attack a windows, afterwards saw Rose Namajuans great while Pat was safeguarding her face. Cheisa’s face was blood stained. My coaches told me to hide, though we wanted to see what was going on, though they kept me underneath a seats. And that’s all, in my opinion Conor focussed a little, he substantially satisfied what happened following and he wrote an reparation minute to me. we have no goal of suing anyone. Growing adult in LODZ we saw worse things.”


McGregor will conduct behind to a stage of a crime after this year to answer for his transgressions in court. Once that matter is resolved, we will have a improved bargain during what a destiny binds for Conor, as distant as his fight career goes.

If things don’t go his approach and UFC opts to dump a hammer, one of these dual gifted Lightweights will really be removing a initial moment during dethroning “The Eagle.”

Sorry, Ferg.

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