Conor McGregor has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct as a result of a backstage incident that took place April 5th at Barclays Center.
As part of his plea agreement criminal charges, including two felonies, were dropped and McGregor will not serve jail time or have a criminal record. Instead he will have to do 5 days of community service and undergo an anger management evaluation.
Three orders of protections were also served against McGregor, including two by UFC fighters Ray Borg and Michael Chiesa. McGregor will not be permitted near the two until July 2020.
Now that his legal issues are behind him, we could be seeing him in a blockbuster fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov.