Conor McGregor Expresses Gratitude To Fans Amidst Ongoing Investigation, Vows To Continue Fighting

Photo: Instagram/Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor expressed his gratitude to his devoted fans as he departed a luxurious hotel in New York City alongside his fiancée and children, acknowledging their unwavering support during a tumultuous period while he remains under investigation for alleged rape in Florida.

The 34-year-old UFC superstar conveyed his appreciation, stating, "Thank you so much for the support, appreciate the support," in response to TMZ Sports' inquiry about the message he wished to convey to his millions of followers.

Although McGregor is currently being scrutinized in Miami due to accusations made by a woman who alleged he sexually assaulted her following Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Heat and Nuggets at the Kaseya Center, he vehemently denies the claims and has not faced any arrests or charges.

Photo: Instagram/Conor McGregor

The overwhelming presence of supporters gathered outside The Peninsula, an opulent Manhattan hotel, is a testament to their unwavering belief in McGregor's innocence.

Since his injury in July 2021 during his bout against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, resulting in a broken leg, there has been speculation about whether McGregor will ever return to the Octagon.

However, when queried about his plans for the future, The Notorious made it clear that he intends to fight again, asserting, "Fighting. Looking to get a fight going."

Presently, McGregor is coaching opposite Michael Chandler on "The Ultimate Fighter" and is slated to face the lightweight contender following the conclusion of the show, although an official date has yet to be announced.

In essence, McGregor's unequivocal desire to step back into the ring is abundantly clear—Conor wants to fight!

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Source: TMZ Sports
 

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