Conor McGregor and his father are fighting back, or at least breaking their silence, after losing his UFC title, attacking a bus bearing UFC fighters, being arrested and then released on bail.
The chaos left UFC President Dana White pondering his organization’s next move. McGregor still hasn’t talked publicly about the incident, but he ended his social media silence briefly on Monday morning, Instagramming a photo of himself in New York with only a praying-hands emoji for comment.
His father, Tony, also posted a photo of him and his son, decked out in formal wear, writing: “DNA, it’s who we are.”
The posts arrive following a week where McGregor struck UFC fighters at the Barclays center and also shattered a window, spraying others with glass. He turned himself into police on Thursday night and appeared in court Friday afternoon. He was released on $50,000 bail and is due back in court on June 14th.
More from Conor in pictures.