Conor McGregor Is a Problem of the UFC’s Own Creation

Ultimate fighting star Conor McGregor, left, is led by an official to an unmarked vehicle while leaving the 78th Precinct of the New York Police Department, Friday, April 6, 2018, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. McGregor is facing criminal charges in the wake of a backstage melee he allegedly instigated that has forced the removal of three fights from UFC's biggest card of the year. Video footage appears to show the promotion's most bankable star throwing a hand truck at a bus full of fighters after a Thursday news conference for UFC 223 at Brooklyn's Barclays Center. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)Julio Cortez/Associated Press

Now that the shards of broken glass have settled and the flying hand trucks returned to earth, the biggest question facing the UFC and megastar Conor McGregor is how they might coexist moving forward.

UFC President Dana White has been quietly livid with McGregor since Thursday’s assault on the UFC 223 media day. In a display stunning even by MMA‘s wild standards, surveillance footage obtained by TMZ Sports appears to show the lightweight champion and a group of associates storming Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and breaking the windows out of a charter bus carrying a group of athletes scheduled to compete on Saturday’s

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