During a press conference Friday, White said fighters forced off the card due to the incident, in which McGregor and a group of men were caught on video attacking and damaging a bus carrying several fighters on Saturday's card, would still receive their show money.
Quiet and humbled, McGregor couldn't talk his way out of trouble in a NY courtroom.
UFC star Conor McGregor was released from custody on $50,000 bail Friday after a brief arraignment on assault and criminal mischief charges stemming from Thursday's outburst at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
According to the NYPD, McGregor has been charged with three counts of assault and one count of felony criminal mischief.
"We had talked about him fighting in September", White said. "There's nothing to think about this week, I think, except for this event". "He justified it. It was justified to him".
According to a business man staying in the same hotel as Mc Gregor in Manhattan the fighter is still causing trouble. Pic UFC
The windshield of one bus was cracked, and fighter Michael Chiesa suffered cuts to the face during the incident.
Security arrived early to the Barclays Center before the fight.
McGregor apparently had tried to throw other large items - including a metal trash can and a chair.
White also said that the attack "was the last stunt on Earth we would ever pull". "But when you bring in twenty hoodlums that flew in from Ireland to basically do this at our event, there's nothing like this that has ever happened".
Lobov was yanked from the card and banned from the building.
However, ABC News reported on Thursday that NY police are still investigating the incident and have not issued a warrant yet.
Conor's manager Audie Attar released a statement on Saturday defending him and said that they are waiting for the verdict from the law and the UFC, they are the ones who will decide on a punishment.
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