UFC does not punish Conor
… For Bus Attack
8/4/2018 12:20 AM PDT
The UFC will not discipline Concor McGregor because of the Bus Attack at the Barclay Center in New York – with Dana White declaring that his punishment will be done well enough by the legal system.
TMZ Sports spoke with the UFC honcho about the upcoming superfight between Conor and Khabib Nurmagomedov and how he put things together behind the scenes.
"Obviously, I always told you that we had to wait for Conor's things to be handled in New York. [That] is done, it was very convenient for Conor, time to roll."
As we reported earlier, Conor was sentenced to a five-day civilian service and had an anger management course completed in an appeal with prosecutors.
We asked Dana if the UFC had considered beating Conor with a ban.
"Suspended? He has not fought for two years, how long should we expose him?"
"He's obviously lost a lot of money, millions of dollars in New York, what more could we do?" He went through the process and got what he got. That was it's! "
We also asked Dana whether the Khabib Fight any talk of a rematch with Floyd Mayweather is out of the question, and he does too answered.