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Irish Mafia Rumored to have $900,000 Bounty on Conor McGregor

Irish Mafia Rumored to have $900,000 Bounty on Conor McGregor
For the past few days, Conor McGregor has been the topic of discussion for Irish and British tabloids. According to witness accounts, the UFC lightweight champion was seen in a brawl with three men at the Black Forge pub in Crumlin on Sunday night. Further reports claim that one of the men punched by a “well-known Irish celebrity” happened to be a “close associate” of a senior Kinahan cartel member. From their end, the UFC has swept the incident under the rug for the time being, since according to Dana White, the news “would be big if it were true.” But according to Irish crime reporter Paul Williams, this incident should be taken more seriously. Speaking on Newstalk Breakfast (via Balls.ie), Williams says it would be best for McGregor’s well-being to leave Ireland as soon as possible. McGregor may be a renowned superstar in the fight game, but Williams says this will not matter to those who are eager to inflict harm on him. Just a little less more than two weeks ago, McGregor was also involved in a ruckus with MMA referee Marc Goddard and an official at Bellator 187.