McGregor was arrested and would eventually plead guilty to disorderly conduct, which carried a sentence of five days of community service and three days of anger management classes.
It would appear that McGregor’s community service has come to a conclusion according to a report from TMZ, with the report stating that the fighter finished his service by helping out two separate churches in the Brooklyn, New York area. The report also states that McGregor finished the community service “without creating a giant public spectacle” and the former champion also had a “long and meaningful conversation with the reverend.”
There is no word on what McGregor and the reverend discussed during their time together, which also saw the UFC star perform manual labor for the churches.
The former two division UFC champion and Nurmagomedov would eventually clash for the gold at UFC 229, with Nurmagomedov retaining the title via fourth round submission. The controversy wouldn’t end there for both fighters, as a post-fight brawl would take place between both camps that saw McGregor get a six month suspension and Nurmagomedov get a nine month suspension.