Rose Namajunas Has Been Seeing A Therapist Since McGregor Bus Attack


Former UFC two division champion Conor McGregor and a galley of friends attacked a bus full of fighters a few days before UFC 223, allegedly trying to get at UFC Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov.

UFC Women’s Strawweight Champion Rose Namajunas was on that bus and she has been seeing a therapist since the incident occurred.

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“I’m still trying not to leave the house too much or there will be times when I’m just like, ‘Yeah we should just go home,’ like I just have a weird feeling. I live in a very nice neighborhood, there’s nothing that really goes on around here. So, for me to be like sketch. ... I’m still paranoid about everything. I have a therapist that I go see,” she said on Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show.

Namajunas still competed at UFC 223 after the bus attack, defeating Joanna Jedrzejczyk by decision to keep her title.

McGregor did attempt to offer an apology to Namajunas, but the women’s strawweight champion didn’t want to hear it.

“Yeah, I said ‘f--- that,’” Namajunas said. “I said call Pat [Barry]. I just put Pat’s phone number and said, ‘f--- that’ to whatever your message is and call him.”

The Irishman has since been dealing with the legal issues surrounding the bus attack, appearing in court a few weeks back to answer for his actions.

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