Mcgregor fan banned after octagon raid
Irishman stunned by UFC punishment
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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