Video: Boy named ‘The Next Conor McGregor ‘ for knocking out a person in a brutal street fight

Video: Two young people fighting in the street was captured on camera and posted online. The redhead hit the other person unconscious…

Video: Boy named 'The Next Conor McGregor ' for knocking out a person in a brutal street fight
Video: Boy named 'The Next Conor McGregor ' for knocking out a person in a brutal street fight

Video: Two young people fighting in the street was captured on camera and posted online. The redhead hit the other person unconscious with a hit to the face. The video’s description, “The Next Conor McGregor,” caused it to go viral. It was not a fair bout because one fighter appeared to be a professional while the other was an amateur. Follow Combat News updates with InsideSport.IN

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Video: Boy named ‘The Next Conor McGregor ‘

Fans react to the video

There were a variety of responses in the comment section. The timing was beautiful; one user praised the KO artist. Meanwhile, the opposing fight fan emphasized the injustice, “such a conflict. This conflict is not impartial. The person wearing the red shirt made little effort and had no desire to engage in combat.”

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McGregor and Chiesa settle their bus attack lawsuit

Video: Boy named 'The Next Conor McGregor ' for knocking out a person in a brutal street fight
Video: Boy named ‘The Next Conor McGregor ‘ for knocking out a person in a brutal street fight

When Conor McGregor famously hurled a dolly through a bus windshield in 2018, the flying glass wound Michael Chiesa and had him withdraw from his fight with Anthony Pettis at UFC 223. In a previous plea agreement, McGregor admitted to disorderly behavior but was spared jail time. Chiesa also filed a lawsuit against the former UFC champion for the incident, which was settled four years later.

The lawyers for McGregor and Chiesa have submitted paperwork declaring that all parties have consented to drop the action, which cannot be re-filed in the future. A settlement was made, according to MMA Fighting. However, the settlement amount was not disclosed.

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