Conor McGregor just got a big win in court after getting all his felony counts dismissed.
The Notorious just appeared in Manhattan court and pled guilty to disorderly conduct. Under the terms of his plea deal, he will have to complete 1-3 days of anger management and five days community service.
He was originally charged with felony criminal mischief and misdemeanor assault, and was facing a possible immigration issues if he would have been convicted of a felony.
By cutting a plea deal, he's also avoided a trial, which may not have gone in his favor after the highly publicized meltdown. As we reported, he went berserk backstage at a UFC event in NYC which culminated in him hurling a dolly at a bus and injuring several fighters.
His status in the UFC is still unknown, but getting cleared criminally will probably ease tensions between the MMA company and their star fighter.