Conor McGregor Sentenced In Bus Attack, Manager Addresses Future [Video]
Following the embarrassing bus attack back in April, Conor McGregor was back in New York to face sentencing on the charges he faced.
McGregor entered a plea of guilty to a single violation of disorderly conduct. This was due to a plea deal made with the Brooklyn DA's office. The agreement involves no jail time, no affect to his travel visa, and he will not have a criminal record.
He has already fulfilled another part of the agreement, paying full restitution to the bus company for any damage done. He will also have to do five days of community service, and take an anger management class that will last between one and three days.
This means that he is free to fight. So, what's next? Will it be a much anticipated fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov? When will he fight again? McGregor's agent spoke to ESPN. He gives some sort of answer to these questions and more. It sounds promising.