A bad look for Conor McGregor.
TMZ obtained video of Conor McGregor delivering a left hand to an unsuspecting patron at The Marble Arch Pub in Dublin on Apr. 6. In the video, which you can view above, Conor can be seen hitting a man with a punch after the man allegedly refused a shot of Conor's Proper Twelve whiskey. Conor was reportedly buying a round for the bar, but the gentleman in the video decided not to partake, leading to Conor planting a shot of his own on the man's head. Conor was then pulled away from the bar.
The incident was reported to the cops in April and an investigation was opened. The investigation is reportedly still ongoing with police telling TMZ "no arrests have been made to date."
This incident is just the latest blemish on Conor's public image. He was caught on video smashing a man's cell phone in March and charged with robbery and criminal mischief. The charges were dropped after Conor settled with the victim.
And UFC fans will have a hard time forgetting the UFC 223 bus incident where Conor threw a dolly at a bus containing Khabib Nurmagomedov, injuring and shaking up several UFC fighters in the process. Conor was charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief. McGregor pleaded no contest to the charges and did not serve jail time. The incident was used as part of the build-up to McGregor's UFC 229 fight with Khabib. The fight, which was won by Khabib via submission in the fourth round, is the last time McGregor has fought in the Octagon.
Fightful will update this story when more details are known.