Conor McGregor was in the spotlight in 2019 for a lot of wrong reasons.

Whether it was punching an old man in a pub, or smashing an eager fan’s phone to pieces, “Notorious” made quiet a few mistakes that painted him in a bad light.

Through it all, Conor admitted to his transgressions, apologized and paid for them.

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One thing he won’t apologize for, however, are the two sexual assault allegations levied against him. That’s because he says he is innocent of all accusations.

“Yes, of course,” McGregor said in regards to denying all allegations during an interview with ESPN’s Ariel Helwani.

“100 percent, what the hell Ariel, come on. Seriously? Time, time, please just time, that’s all. Time will reveal all and time will tell all.”

While Conor couldn’t speak too much on it seeing as how it can become a full legal issue if and when he does officially get charged, he advised everyone to be patient.

“Time, patience … patience is a skill we must master,” he said. “Patience is one of the most valuable skills a human being must master. And I am working hard on mastering it and I feel like I am getting there.

“So time will show all,” he continued. “That’s it, right now. I am focused on the bout, positivity and good thoughts. And I will say a prayer for those who try to curse me or bring harm to me with these types of things, and that’s it.”

Furthermore, Conor addressed the DNA results that finally proved he did not father a child with another woman two years ago.

Two and a half years that situation was going on for, so that one was a tough one for a while,” McGregor said. “It is what it is, there you go, it’s not mine.”


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