After being arrested for his actions during UFC 223 media day, Conor McGregor will be allowed to return to Ireland as part of his bail agreement.
Ariel Helwani of MMAFighting.com reported on Friday that the Irish fighter would be permitted to leave the United States to fly home if he wishes, and that his bail had been set at $50,000:
As part of McGregor’s bail package he will be allowed to fly back home to Ireland. They are not seizing his passport. Court date not set just yet.
— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) April 6, 2018
McGregor crashed Thursday’s UFC media day and attacked a bus filled with passengers, which resulted in injuries to fighters:
He was arrested in New York as a result of his actions:
UFC President Dana White would not comment on McGregor’s future in the sport in the aftermath of the incident, telling TMZ that the 29-year-old fighter is “going to jail” and that people are going to sue him.