REPORT: Conor McGregor Wanted for Alleged Dublin Bar Fight

By Dazzler

Conor McGregor is in EVEN More Trouble After Irish Police Confirmed That They Are Investigating Reports That The Notorious Punched a Man in a Bar in Dublin… 

‘The Notorious’ just can’t stay out of trouble. The Irishman had only just completed the terms of his plea deal in Brooklyn, and then found himself arrested in Florida for allegedly stealing and breaking a $1000 phone. Those charges have been downgraded, but he’s still facing legal action in the US.

Even when he goes home he can’t get away from the drama. In late 2018 he was banned from driving in Ireland for multiple speeding offences. He also has very serious allegations of sexual assault hanging over him at the moment, however, no charges have been made as of yet.

Now he’s facing an investigation into an alleged assault that took place in Dublin’s Marble Arch pub. Supposedly he punched a man who was just telling him the truth…

Conor McGregor. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara, USA TODAY Sports.

Battered

McGregor is well-known to enjoy the Dublin nightlife and was in the Marble Arch Pub in Drimnagh, Dublin, when the alleged incident went down. According to one source, a ruckus occurred because McGregor was being a ‘show off’ and a man “went up to have a word with him”.

Another source said that before the alleged punch-up, someone approached McGregor, saying: “The Russian battered you” – in reference to his defeat to Khabib Nurmagomedov.

It’s only the truth though, isn’t it? Of course, telling a drunken McGregor that probably wasn’t a good idea…

Conor McGregor arrested
Conor in cuffs in Brooklyn. Screenshot: Twitter.

Report

The Irish police force (Gardaí) is definitely becoming very well acquainted with McGregor who has been involved in a number of incidents over the past couple of years. A spokesman issued a report that didn’t give much away. As no charges have been made yet, there’s little for them to say:

“Gardaí are investigating an incident at a pub in Drimnagh, Dublin on April 6, 2019. No arrests have been made. Investigations are ongoing.”

It would be a wonder in this age of social media and smartphones that there is no footage going around of the alleged incident if it actually did happen. That could of course change, so keep an eye on Twitter in case a clip comes up of McGregor decking some drunk lad in a pub.

Conor McGregor’s Florida mugshot. Screenshot: Twitter.

Return

That’s an end to a busy week for McGregor who was back in Ireland for less than 24 hours before the alleged incident took place. Of course, it’s not the quickest crime that he has allegedly committed after arriving in a country. That record goes to the infamous Brooklyn bus attack, where he flew over to New York by private jet with a bunch of goons and went on a rampage.

Meanwhile, he’s also retired and unretired after a couple of days of going back and forth with Khabib Nurmagamedov on Twitter. The UFC head honchos actually took the unprecedented step of intervening when McGregor called Khabib’s wife ‘a goat under a towel,’ and the Russian responded by calling him ‘a rapist.’

Does McGregor ever have time to sleep with all this mayhem?