“Manage your business, mind your business”


UFC superstar Conor McGregor has spoken out for the first time since appearing in a Dublin court on Thursday charged with six driving offences.

The mixed martial arts legend arrived at Blanchardstown District Court wearing a navy three-piece suit and driving a Rolls Royce, both featured in his social media post about the experience.

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The UFC star posted photos from his Dublin court appearance

McGregor posted a photo of his fancy car alongside two images of him looking dapper in his suit with the caption: ‘Manage your business’. Mind your own business.’

The court appearance relates to the latest arrest of the former two-weight UFC champion.

In March, McGregor was traveling in his Bentley Continental GT on the N4 west of Dublin when he was stopped by gardai.

McGregor first appeared in court on April 7 over the incident which saw him charged with two counts of dangerous driving, driving without insurance and without a license, and failure to produce a certificate of insurance or license.

Last week, the fight icon gave no indication of how he intends to plead the charges against him before the judge adjourns the case.

McGregor is due back in court on Thursday, September 8 at 10.30am when the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) fully reviews the case and possibly hits the sports star with further charges.

McGregor with the Bentley he was arrested driving

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McGregor with the Bentley he was arrested driving

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‘Notorious’ must put luxury life on hold to settle legal issue


The 33-year-old had to return home from the south of France to settle the legal case.

Before that, he spent family time on his £2.9million Lamborghini yacht and rubbed shoulders with stars like Jared Leto and Kylie Minogue.

“Notorious” is also training twice a day as he continues his recovery from a broken tibia and fibula he suffered at UFC 264 last July.

The Irishman has recently started kicking again ahead of his highly anticipated return to the octagon later this year.

McGregor made his boxing debut against Mayweather five years ago

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McGregor made his boxing debut against Mayweather five years ago

McGregor gave a good account of himself but was eventually gassed before being stopped on his feet by the boxing legend

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McGregor gave a good account of himself but was eventually gassed before being stopped on his feet by the boxing legend

In recent days, McGregor has been linked with a lucrative boxing rematch with Floyd Mayweather.

The pair first met in 2017 and although ‘Mystic Mac’ lost via TKO in round 10, he gave a good account of himself and even managed to win a few rounds before run out.

Both men posted nine-figure earnings for the fight which is the second most successful boxing event of all time, selling 4.3 million pay-per-views.

A rematch may not be as big, but it’s sure to generate huge interest and guarantee Mayweather and McGregor another monster payday.

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