Will Conor McGregor’s next fight be owning a football club? Or the resolution of the litigation he had in March over transit violations? The MMA fighter was on trial in Dublin, Ireland, following his arrest in March. But what was he billed on time and how would that affect his future projects? Here’s everything you need to know.
Postmodernism has several merits and benefits, but also many risks, especially if you are a public figure. It doesn’t matter if you’re a singer, an actor, or an athlete, once you get into the public hurricane with something negative, it’s almost impossible to get out. Conor McGregor has mentioned several times that he has a desire to own a football club in the future, could this still happen?
However, this is not just a personal matter with McGregor being canceled and his football club no longer taking place. Let’s remember that this isn’t even a moral issue, but a legal one that could even land him in jail. In this case, the football club would definitely not happen. But what is it all about? What did Conor McGregor say about it and what will he do next?
It looks like UFC star Conor McGregor is not only dangerous in the ring but also on the street. McGregor appeared in Dublin’s Blanchardstown District Court charged with six “driving offences”. We all have driving problems at some point in our lives, maybe you’ve passed a red light or even hit another car. But having six traffic offenses speaks for not bothering at all.
But what are these traffic offenses about? Apparently, the MMA fighter has been charged with dangerous driving at two locations in Dublin. He was also caught driving without insurance and without a license. Because of this, he was arrested and his expensive Bentley was confiscated. Conor McGregor also failed to provide the police department with both insurance and a license ten days after his arrest.
McGregor didn’t respond to any of the allegations and when asked for comment outside the courthouse said he would “go straight back to training”. The 33-year-old Irish fighter is set to go back to court on June 23 where he will find out what his sentence will be, if there is one.
As already mentioned, McGregor was repeatedly convicted of violating traffic rules, but the maximum fine for him was 830 euros. Nevertheless, if found guilty, McGregor could pay a maximum fine of up to 5,000 euros and more six months in prison. Let’s also remember that the fighter is recovering from an injury he sustained in July 2021, so going to jail is definitely not the best scenario.
His fighting manhood will never let him admit it, but was The Football Club a plan McGregor had to stop fighting after the injury?
Next step: A football franchise purchase
While McGregor isn’t going through the most strategic or desirable situation, he’s proven to be smarter at business than he is at driving. The UFC champion has made several key investments, including whiskey brand Proper No. Twelve and August Mcgregor, a clothing line. McGregor has also been linked with the Manchester United purchase.
The football club isn’t the only project McGregor has spoken publicly about, he has also mentioned the idea of buying Scottish club Celtic. But all the bragging Football seems to be something real he has brought it up to McGregor several times for serious investigation.
In fact, there’s a now-deleted tweet that read: “Celtic by Dermot Desmond, Manchester United by the Glaziers and now the recently up for sale Chelsea Football Club. All are explored. A football franchise purchase is in my future, make no mistake about that.” However, it looks like we’ll have to wait for his next trial to know if all of this exploration will have a future.
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