Mcgre­gor fan banned af­ter oc­tagon raid

Ir­ish­man stunned by UFC pun­ish­ment

Irish Daily Mirror - - STATESIDE - BY COR­MAC O’SHEA

UFC telling him he will be un­able to at­tend its events or face “po­ten­tial ar­rest” or “pros­e­cu­tion for tres­pass­ing”. It added: “Your ac­tions jeop­ar­dised the safety of ath­letes, event at­ten­dees, arena em­ploy­ees and UFC sup­port staff.”

In a let­ter back to of­fi­cials, Mr Martin pleaded for the bar to be up­lifted and hopes to get a “seat of his choice” for the next Mcgre­gor card.

Conor He added: “The ban is not Mcgre­gor af­ter loss just a ban on at­ten­dance, it’s a ban on pro­tect­ing oth­ers from violent as­sault, it’s a ban on peace­keep­ing, on do­ing the right thing.” AN Ir­ish Conor Mcgre­gor fan who stormed the cage af­ter his de­feat to Khabib ended in a mass brawl has been banned from UFC events.

David Martin, 41, was left stunned over his pun­ish­ment for pro­tect­ing his fel­low Dubliner from “pos­si­ble death” dur­ing clashes af­ter the fight in Las Ve­gas in Oc­to­ber.

Speak­ing to the Ir­ish Mirror, he said: “I think many an MMA fan would have done the same if it was run­ning into the oc­tagon to pro­tect some­one as­sault or out on the street.”

Mr Martin re­ceived a let­ter from the from


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