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Conor McGregor accused of pub brawl in Liverpool

Conor McGregor, the notorious former UFC champion, is facing more trouble after he allegedly got into a fight at a pub in Liverpool. The Irish fighter was in the city to attend the funeral of his aunt, who died in June. He shared some photos with his family members on social media, but his visit was not all peaceful.

A video that went viral on social media shows McGregor rushing out of The Saddle Club free house in Birkenhead, as fans shouted for selfies. The video was posted by the Around Liverpool account, which claimed that McGregor was involved in a brawl at the pub. However, this has not been confirmed by the police or McGregor himself.

Merseyside Police told Mirror Fighting that they were called to the pub after reports of an altercation, but no one has made a formal complaint yet. They said they are making “further enquiries” into the matter. McGregor also posted a voice note on Twitter, which he later deleted, saying “Murder, murder, everybody out. Scousers on the golly. Birkenhead is McGregor’s.”

A voice note from someone who claimed to witness the incident also surfaced online. According to them, McGregor spent about “35 minutes” in the toilets with a woman, which angered her boyfriend and led to a confrontation. They said McGregor asked his security team to take him away after the fight.

This is not the first time McGregor has been accused of violence and misconduct. He was recently sued by a woman who alleged that he raped her in the men’s bathroom at the NBA Finals in Miami. The woman said McGregor forced her into the bathroom and sexually assaulted her. McGregor has denied the allegations and said he will fight them in court.


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