Conor McGregor has apologised for a pub assault – after pleading guilty in a Dublin court.
The MMA star was in Dublin District Court on Friday afternoon where he was handed down a €1,000 fine after pleading guilty to the charge of assault.
CCTV footage of Conor, 31, had circulated online showing the UFC star “hitting” a man in Crumlin pub The Marble Arch.
Speaking in court Conor apologised for his actions and said it would not happen again.
“What I did was very wrong and I would like to apologise to the injured party,” Conor said.
“I can assure you nothing of this nature will happen again regarding me.”
The injured party did not attend court nor did he want to give a victim impact statement.