MMA: Conor McGregor indicates return to cage after bar-fight footage released

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Last week, TMZ released footage that allegedly showed the UFC assaulting a man in a Dublin pub.

"I love Irish people man, I'm f*****g fascinated by the wildness of that culture", Rogan said. I owe it my mother, my family, and I owe it to the people who train me in martial arts.

"I was in the wrong, I must come before you and take accountability and take responsibility and I owe it to the people who have been supporting me", he said.

"And although, five months ago it was, I tried to make amends and I did make amends back then, that doesn't even matter". That's not the reason why I got into martial arts or studying combat sports.

The incident is believed to have taken place after McGregor walked into the pub and bought a bottle of Proper Twelve Whiskey, which his own brand, and shared it around with the punters. The alleged source said "It's anyone's guess what was discussed in the taxi, perhaps McGregor was trying to apologise for the incident".

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"When you see a guy like Conor McGregor, part of what is him is Irish", he added. While he did not directly apologize, McGregor admitted he was "in the wrong".

The man who was struck does not move from his seat, but turns back to face McGregor as he is being taken away. "I must get this right and I must not go down that path, the written path, the cliché of the fighter that has it all and ruins [it]". You know, I want my world title back, I want that redemption. The original plan was for him to return in July, possibly against Justin Gaethje at Madison Square Garden, McGregor said, but the hand injury prevented that.

McGregor's comments put an end to any questions of whether or not his MMA career was over after he announced he was retiring from the sport in March this year. The reason I got into it was to defend against that type of scenario.

"I have to realize, that's not the attitude or behavior of a leader or martial artist (or) of a champion", McGregor said.

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