Former UFC Champion Conor McGregor recently stood before a court to face charges for an incident back at UFC 223 where he attacked a bus with UFC performers on-board and caused several injuries to a number of them.
McGregor was lucky to have all felony counts dropped and he plead guilty to one count of disorderly conduct. As a result, he will merely have to serve five days of community service, 1-3 days of anger management evaluation and pay for the damages he incurred during the incident.
Two other fighters, Ray Borg and Michael Chiesea, have restraining orders against McGregor that will last until 2020. They were also two of the fighters who had to pull out of their UFC 223 fights due to injuries caused by McGregor.