Conor McGregor due in court after two lawsuits filed against him alleging assault and personal injury

Tickets for the highly anticipated UFC 303 Pay-per-view event (ESPN+) at the renowned T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas are set to hit the market this week. It seems like the long-awaited return of none other than Conor McGregor to the octagon is finally happening.

In this thrilling event, McGregor is slated to go head-to-head against his TUF: Season 31 coaching rival Michael Chandler. The buzz surrounding McGregor’s gradual comeback has kept fans on the edge of their seats, eagerly anticipating his return to the spotlight. However, there appears to be one final twist in the tale before McGregor’s much-anticipated return.

Conor McGregor’s return to the octagon is shadowed by legal proceedings as he gears up for UFC 303. A woman and her mother have filed lawsuits against him, alleging assault and personal injury as per Irish mirror.

This marks the fifth time the Irish star has found himself entangled in such legal matters. Previous allegations of se*ual assault were investigated by the Garda, Ireland’s National Police and Security Service. However, it resulted in no charges being brought forth by the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Known for his bold and sometimes contentious persona, Conor McGregor has often courted controversy both inside and outside the ring. His associations with ring girls and runway models in spite of having a long time girlfriend with children have frequently drawn criticism. McGregor’s involvement with ring girls during his collaboration with BKFC’s Forged Irish Stout stirred up similar controversies.

Despite facing legal challenges, McGregor vehemently denies the allegations brought against him. Legal representation for both sides is in full swing, with David Coleman of Coleman Legal Partners representing the plaintiffs and Michael J Staines and Company representing McGregor.

Amidst legal problems, all eyes are on McGregor’s upcoming showdown with Michael Chandler in a highly anticipated five-round welterweight bout at UFC 303. It’s impossible to predict if these legal issues will affect his comeback.