Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion, Conor McGregor, will avoid jail time — as well as a criminal record — after completing the community service assigned as part of his plea deal following last year’s bus attack in Brooklyn.
That’s according to TMZ Sports, which had “Notorious” performing manual labor for a pair of local churches. McGregor reportedly engaged in a “long and meaningful conversation with a reverend,” and I’m sure it was about his Proper No. 12 whiskey.
McGregor was arrested back in April 2018 (see his mugshot here) after storming the Barclays Center with his band of Irish goons. While he wasn’t able to goad longtime rival, Khabib Nurmagomedov, into an impromptu street fight, he did manage to cause signifiant damage to on-site property.
The “Notorious” headliner — still under suspension — is no stranger to public meltdowns. In addition to his “Empire State” attack, McGregor also made headlines for his cage side antics overseas, as well as his role in the post-fight brawl at UFC 229.
Any guesses as to what “Mystic Mac” has in store for 2019?