Conor McGregor ‘wanted as person of interest’ after attack on UFC bus injures two fighters
I think Dana White handled this perfectly!!
A Hooligan is a hooligan is a hooligan!!!!
noun: hooligan; plural noun: hooligansa violent young troublemaker, typically one of a gang.
I would suggest that McGregor and his hooligans are MORE then just people of interest. It was all caught on camera that he lead the assault on his opponents. There can not be any denying that the scrapper is guilty as sin. This is what out of control animals do, not professionals.
The mentality of many of the SPORTS FANS in that part of the world is DEPLORABLE, VERY DANGEROUS AND ANIMALISTIC. There have been such violence perpetrated at soccer games that many times the two teams were forced to play to empty stadiums.
It appears that many people have forgotten what the true meaning of sports is all about.
noun: sport; plural noun: sports
1.an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.“team sports such as baseball and soccer”
synonyms: (competitive) game(s), physical recreation, physical activity, physical exercise, athletics;pastime“we did a lot of sports”
datedentertainment; fun.“it was considered great sport to trip him up”
synonyms: fun, pleasure, enjoyment, entertainment, amusement, diversion“they were rogues out for a bit of sport”
archaica source of amusement or entertainment.“I do not wish to show myself the sport of a man like Williams”
2.informala person who behaves in a good or specified way in response to teasing, defeat, or a similarly trying situation.“go on, be a sport!”
3.Biologyan animal or plant showing abnormal or striking variation from the parent type, especially in form or color, as a result of spontaneous mutation.
verb: sport; 3rd person present: sports; past tense: sported; past participle: sported; gerund or present participle: sporting
1.wear or display (a distinctive or noticeable item).“he was sporting a huge handlebar mustache”
synonyms: wear, have on, dress in; Moredisplay, exhibit, show off, flourish, parade, flaunt“he sported a beard”
2.amuse oneself or play in a lively, energetic way.“the children sported in the water”This kind of irresponsible behavior should not be tolerated. McGregor and his Hooligans should pay a heavy price for their savage attacks. He should be barred from all UFC connected events and all other sporting competitions.If a person can not handle the Fire Water they drink, they should put it down. I would speculate the some of the white powder was also in the mix of cocktails they were ingesting.If a person acts like a MAD DOG; they should be treated like one.Stupidity and misconduct has cost many very successful people their careers. I guess the old saying; we can not put a silk suit on a hog does apply at times.