Dana White: Conor McGregor 'might never fight again' in UFC

Dana White: Conor McGregor 'might never fight again' in UFC

Ireland's leading authority on Irish gangs, investigative journalist and broadcaster Paul Williams, said no one should underestimate the perilous situation McGregor now found himself in.

The story is hard to follow because the reports from Ireland are sketchy so far. The bar is located in Crumlin, a suburb of Dublin, where McGregor grew up.

One report suggested the man, who is in his 50s, is Whelan's father.

However, there is no solid evidence supporting the rumors that have spread through social media - in part thanks to McGregor - like wildfire.

Aldo who was famously knocked out by McGregor inside of 13 seconds at UFC 194, claims that McGregor is blocking the lightweight division by not defending his title and that if he won't return, the belt should be stripped from him.

The reports claim McGregor also punched a third man during the incident before he was escorted out of the pub and into a auto.

Certain members of the Irish police, meanwhile, are aware about the incident.

The Gardai Police of Ireland has spoken to the Irish Independent.

UFC president Dana White said during a press event Tuesday in Las Vegas that he doesn't believe the reports involving the lightweight champion are true.

"Conor has got a lot, too", White said.

"I don't think it's true".

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McGregor is the biggest star the UFC has ever housed and has repeatedly broken their pay-per-view and revenue records.

There have been plenty of questions about McGregor's behaviour since the Mayweather fight, with the Dubliner posting numerous Instagram updates of him enjoying nights out and reports of him partying for days on end while he enjoys time away from mixed martial arts. I wouldn't change a thing. "If it's true, we'll get it figured out and we'll go from there".

White and the UFC are understandably keen to get McGregor's signature on a new fighting contract soon. He made $100 [expletive] million.

The website admits the audio is unsubstantiated.

"At the end of the day, I'm going to run this business with or without anybody".

"So Meghan Whelan's dad was in the way, and he ended up getting a boxing to the head as well and [McGregor] was smashing Ryan Burne up".

"Can't be a good thing for Conor, but you never know". "If Conor wants to fight again, we absolutely want Conor to come back".

And these people, you have to remember - as I keep saying - they don't care, they don't have parameters, they don't have boundaries, they don't discriminate between whether you're an global sporting icon or just a man on the street.

"I just want to make a comment about this".

Social media went insane after the reports of McGregor punching the crap out of a guy in the bar, emerged.