Ending sooner than one of his MMA fights, Conor McGregor was in and out of a NYC courthouse Thursday morning and apologized for his tirade back in April.
As McGregor was exiting the courthouse, he told the media "I regret my actions that led me here today," adding that "I understand the seriousness of this matter and I'm hopeful that it gets resolved soon."
The "Notorious" and his attorney are apparently working out a plea deal with prosecutors to keep the fighter out of jail and avoid the 7 years he's facing. He was charged with, among other things, criminal mischief for his attack backstage on a UFC bus at the Barclay's Center.
Multiple people were injured from broken glass when he hurled a cart at the bus window, including other fighters.
After Conor's arrest, he put on a show while strutting into court. This time, however, he appeared much more together and appears to have finally realized the seriousness of the situation.
He's due back in court next month.