If you haven't heard by now, Conor McGregor, presumably taking umbrage to Khabib Nurmagomedov's treatment of his teammate and close friend Artem Lobov during a recent run-in at the venue, threw objects at a bus containing not only Khabib, but also numerous fighters participating at this weekend's UFC 223. Come inside. You know UFC don't let you come inside.
"Conor went bananas and put a beating on the van that we were in looking for Khabib", Little told Sandhu. "There is video and the detectives are reviewing it".
All hell broke loose today in Brooklyn when Conor McGregor and a fleet of his teammates arrived at the Barclay's Center and proceeded to cause absolute mayhem.
White said he did not expect McGregor to attend the fight.
One day after the UFC officially declared Conor McGregor was being stripped of his UFC lightweight championship, the Irish superstar might be done with the UFC.
As folding chairs and guard rails were hurled at the bus, security tried to fend off the Irishman's posse but McGregor's crew managed to cause damage to the vehicle, as well as one of the fighters within. Rose Namajunas apparently was nearly hit, she's super upset right now and basically left and walked back to the hotel.
Windows were smashed with reports saying Michael Chiesa was injured by the shattered glass. "I don't want to touch my face".
They fled the scene following the fracas, jumping into a auto which then drove off.
"What happened today was criminal, disgusting, and it makes me sick", the UFC President told MMAJunkie's Mike Bohn shortly after the incident.
"This is the most disgusting thing that has ever happened in the history of the company".
So much hell that the NYPD has a warrant for Conor McGregor's arrest. His plane can not take off, he can not leave the state of NY with this warrant.
"I'm assuming if they don't catch him he'll turn himself in".
What started as a misguided attempt to stand up for a friend has led to what easily looks to be the biggest mistake that Conor McGregor has made yet.
"Do you want to be in business with Conor McGregor right now?"