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Conor Anthony McGregor, born on 14 July 1988, is an Irish professional mixed martial artist. He holds an impressive record as a former champion in the UFC Featherweight and Lightweight divisions, making history as the first UFC fighter to hold titles in two weight classes simultaneously. McGregor’s achievements extend to his success in the Cage Warriors organization, where he also held titles former two-division champion in the Featherweight and Lightweight categories.
While McGregor’s professional boxing debut resulted in a defeat against Floyd Mayweather Jr., he remains a dominant force in the world of MMA. His bouts have drawn record-breaking pay-per-view numbers, with his fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 garnering 2.4 million PPV buys, the highest in MMA history. In boxing, McGregor’s match against Mayweather in Las Vegas secured an astounding 4.3 million PPV buys in North America, the second-highest in combat sports history. These achievements have contributed to his recognition as the world’s highest-paid athlete by Forbes in 2021, a fight in where he reportedly earned $180 million.
McGregor’s fighting style revolves around his striking abilities, showcasing his preference for stand-up fight battles rather than ground encounters. As a left-hander, he primarily adopts a southpaw stance during fights but is known to switch to an orthodox stance. McGregor’s boxing skills are widely regarded as his most vital attribute, with most of his victories coming through knockout or technical knockout through his powerful punches. His pull-back left-handed counter is particularly renowned as his most dangerous strike.
McGregor is notorious for engaging in trash talk and psychological warfare during fights and against opponents outside the arena. This approach to fight has earned him the moniker “The Notorious” and drawn comparisons to the late Muhammad Ali, whom McGregor profoundly admires. McGregor has also drawn inspiration second fightback from Bruce Lee and has likened himself to the legendary martial artist. While he has shown respect towards opponents like Donald Cerrone and Dustin Poirier in certain instances, McGregor’s trilogy fight bout with Poirier involved a return to his characteristic trash-talking style.
Dee Devlin is the fiancé of Conor McGregor, and the couple has been together since 2008, when they were young sweethearts. Back then, McGregor, known as the Notorious, was 19 years old, pursuing his dream of becoming a UFC fighter.
The renowned fighter Conor McGregor, was born on July 14th, 1988, to Margaret and Tony McGregor. Margaret and Tony first crossed paths during their early teenage years while walking to Ringsend Tech, a nearby school. Their relationship blossomed at 16, and after five years, they exchanged vows at St. Andrew’s church in 1980. Now, after more than four decades of marriage, their love endures.
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Conor McGregor is from Ireland.
November 2017-Present: Driving Violations
McGregor has had multiple encounters with law enforcement due to his driving habits. In 2017 and 2018, he admitted guilty to speeding violations and paid fines. In the latter incident, his driving privileges were suspended for six months. Last year, he faced arrest on six traffic charges, which included driving without insurance or a license. His sports car was impounded, and he was charged with careless driving. This case’s legal proceedings are ongoing and have been adjourned until December 2023.
April 2018: Attack on Bus at Barclays Center
In a disturbing incident captured on video, McGregor and his entourage threw various objects at a bus during a UFC media event in Brooklyn, New York. The bus sustained significant damage, injuring several UFC fighters on board, who were unable to compete in their scheduled bouts. McGregor’s actions were allegedly in response to an earlier altercation between his teammate and friend Artem Lobov and UFC fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov. UFC President Dana White condemned McGregor’s behavior as “disgusting.” McGregor turned himself into the NYPD in July 2018 and later reached a plea deal that led to the dismissal of his assault and felony criminal mischief charges. He was required to pay restitution, perform community service, and complete an anger management course. McGregor thanked the District Attorney and the judge for allowing him to move forward.
December 2018-Present: Dublin Sexual Assault Allegations
In early 2019, news emerged of an ongoing investigation involving McGregor and allegations of sexual assault. It was reported that he was accused of assaulting a woman in a Dublin hotel in December of the previous year. Subsequently, in October 2019, another complaint was lodged against McGregor by a woman who claimed he sexually assaulted her in a car outside a Dublin pub. McGregor vehemently denied both allegations and was briefly detained and questioned before being released.
In 2021, prosecutors announced no charges would be filed against McGregor for the alleged 2018 assault. No legal action has been taken regarding the 2019 complaint. However, the woman who initiated the investigation has filed a civil lawsuit against McGregor for personal injuries, alleging rape in a Dublin hotel. The civil proceedings continue, with the plaintiff granted access to police-obtained materials through wide discovery. McGregor maintains his denial of the accusation.
March 2019: Robbery Arrest in Florida
In an incident caught on camera, McGregor forcibly took and damaged a fan’s phone while in Miami Beach. As a result, he was arrested and faced charges of criminal mischief and strong-armed robbery. After several hours in jail, McGregor was released on a $5,000 bond. Throughout the investigation, McGregor fully cooperated. However, a month later, the fan withdrew his civil lawsuit against McGregor, and authorities ultimately chose not to pursue a criminal case. This decision came after McGregor and the victim settled outside of court to resolve their dispute.
August 2019: Assault in Dublin Pub
In August 2019, McGregor once again made headlines after a video surfaced of him punching a customer at a pub. The altercation occurred when the customer declined a McGregor’s Proper No Shot twelve Irish Whiskey. McGregor later pleaded guilty to assault in November of that year and paid a fine to avoid a potential jail sentence. The court proceedings revealed that McGregor had 18 prior convictions, primarily for driving offenses. During the trial, McGregor expressed remorse and apologized to the injured party. His legal team argued that a sentence would threaten his fighting career due to travel restrictions.
September 2020: Released After Detained in Corsica on Suspicion of Sexual Assault
In September 2020, McGregor was apprehended and subjected to questioning by authorities on the picturesque French island of Corsica. The allegations pertained to incidents of indecent exposure and sexual assault that reportedly occurred within the confines of a local bar. McGregor’s detainment lasted two days, yet after an arduous passage of eight months, authorities ultimately concluded that the available evidence did not meet the threshold required to pursue criminal prosecution. McGregor’s spokesperson stated that DNA collection supported his account of the events. McGregor denies any misconduct allegations and has cooperated with the investigation.
October 2021: Alleged Assault of Italian DJ
In October 2021, Francesco Facchinetti, an Italian DJ and TV presenter, made allegations against McGregor, claiming that he had been assaulted by the renowned fighter outside a hotel in Rome. According to Facchinetti, this incident, which left him with a broken nose, occurred unexpectedly after a friendly encounter with McGregor and his fiancée Dee Devlin. It is worth noting that McGregor and Devlin had recently celebrated the baptism of their third child at the Vatican. Facchinetti decided to press charges against McGregor in light of public safety concerns. As of early 2022, McGregor remains under investigation for the incident, as reported by the Irish Mirror. It’s important to note that McGregor has not been officially charged or publicly commented on the matter.
McGregor has competed in multiple weight divisions throughout his career. He has fought in the Featherweight division from 2008 to 2015, the Lightweight division from 2008 to 2012, and again from 2016 to 2018, and currently from 2021 onwards. He has also ventured into the Welterweight title division for fights in 2016 and 2020.
He is currently signed to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
Conor McGregor, also known as “The Notorious One,” is a former two-division UFC Champion boasting an impressive professional MMA record of 22 wins and 6 losses. Currently ranked at #14 in the UFC Lightweight Rankings, McGregor holds the distinction of being the first fighter in UFC history to be two division champion simultaneously hold titles in two divisions.
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