Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion, Conor McGregor, wants to make his return to the “Empire State” — the place where this happened — and help the inner-city youth be as wonderful as he his, because let’s face it, “Notorious” is a role model.
The power-punching Irishman has been in talks with New York’s Police Athletic League, which “provides sporting activities and more to kids from disadvantaged backgrounds,” according to the Irish Mirror, as part of a plea deal to avoid jail time for his role in last April’s Brooklyn bus attack.
The one that resulted in handcuffs, along with two felony counts of criminal mischief.
It’s like the Wayne Foundation, except when McGregor dons his black mask he turns into a deranged gangster who shoots uzis in his kitchen (and wears pimp-daddy bathrobes). I guess he can teach those troubled kids how to apologize for homophobic slurs.
I guess he wasn’t kidding when he said he was the “king of everything.”
McGregor is expected to reach a deal with prosecutors when he returns to court on July 26, which is the final hurdle to clear before “Notorious” can negotiate his return to the Octagon later this year, presumably against this guy.