Former UFC Superstar and champion Conor McGregor surrendered to New York police late Thursday night, finishing one of the more odd days in MMA history. The UFC Superstar Conor McGregor is required to go under the watchful eye of a judge on Friday over attack related charges, as indicated by New York 4 News.
UFC Superstar Conor McGregor and his escort, which included UFC contender Artem Lobov, raged the Barclays Center in Brooklyn Thursday following a media day occasion for UFC 223. A significant part of the occurrence was gotten on film by kindred warriors and individuals from the media.
Michael Chiesa was harmed when a vehicle was assaulted by McGregor and others, as a window smashed and sent glass all over. Chiesa needed to go to the healing facility and was eventually removed Saturday’s card, alongside Ray Borg, who likewise managed wounds in the occurrence.
The UFC discharged an announcement:
“Amid the present media occasion at Barclays Center to advance UFC 223: Khabib versus Holloway, Conor McGregor, and Artem Lobov entered the building joined by finished twelve people.
The gathering, which included UFC Superstar Conor McGregor and Lobov, vandalized the vehicle that contained various competitors contending at the occasion occurring this end of the week.
NYPD was quickly alarmed and is at present during the time spent examining the circumstance. UFC is working intimately with the New York Athletic Commission, Barclays Center security and law authorization experts.
All gatherings are cooperating to guarantee the most astounding standard of appropriate security safety measures are actualized to ensure the fans and competitors.
The association regards the present disturbance totally inadmissible and is at present taking a shot at the results that will take after. Promptly, Lobov has been expelled from this present end of the week’s card and people associated with the episode are not welcome at tomorrow’s formal say something or Saturday’s occasion at Barclays Center.”
Here is another announcement from the UFC on the new battle card:
Thursday evening, following the UFC 223 media day at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, an episode in the office harmed two competitors on Saturday’s card, driving them to be pulled from the occasion.
Lightweight Michael Chiesa, who got a few facial cuts, was regarded unfit to battle by the New York State Athletic Commission and the UFC therapeutic group, and he was expelled from his session against Anthony Pettis.
Flyweight Ray Borg, who was booked to confront Brandon Moreno, was esteemed unfit to battle too because of different corneal scraped areas.
Likewise expelled from the card was the featherweight session between Artem Lobov and Alex Caceres because of Lobov’s inclusion in the occurrence.
UFC 223 will continue as planned with 10 sessions. Moving to the Pay-Per-View primary card is the featherweight session between Zabit Magomedsharipov and Kyle Bochniak.
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