In breaking Conor McGregor news, the former UFC double champion was reportedly arrested and had his car seized after being stopped for dangerous driving. According to the Irish Independent, McGregor would be stopped by the state police force of the Irish Republic – known as the Gardai after driving his Bentley Continental. That particular vehicle is worth approximately $187,000.
Conor McGregor’s niece recently showcased her abs in this photoshoot. “Mystic Mac” last fight was the “infamous” main event of UFC 264 where McGregor lost via KO/TKO to Dustin Poirier in the very first round. The former UFC double champion would injure his leg in the process
McGregor would be pulled over and after being charged with several offenses related to driving would have his car officially impounded. The man known as ‘Infamous’ currently faces six months in prison as well as a potential financial penalty. However, it should be noted that McGregor as of now was released on bail and currently has his car back in his possession.
This month has been a dodgy one to say the week for famed mixed martial artists as Jorge Masvidal could allegedly face legal trouble after his confrontation with fellow UFC star Colby Covington outside a popular Miami steakhouse. According to Miami-area radio host, Andy Slater of FOX Sports 640, more details have been given about what went down that night and how Masvidal broke Covington’s tooth. Credit to BJPenn for the below quotes.
“The initial call to police came from one of Colby Covington’s coaches, I’ve learned. Cops were told that Covington was the victim in the altercation with Masvidal. Jorge Masvidal, wearing a surgical mask and hoodie, sucker-punched Colby Covington twice, according to new info I’ve obtained. Covington was hit in the mouth and eye. One of his teeth did break, cops say,”
Slater continued to state how Masvidal is now looking at a potential felony arrest: “Jorge Masvidal is facing a felony arrest if Covington cooperates with police and their investigation proves the UFC star’s claims.”