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While Conor McGregor hasn’t competed in over a year, he has been in the spotlight. That said it has mostly been for all he wrong reasons, unfortunately.

In 2019, Conor was accused of sexual assault on two different occasions. While he has yet to be officially charged in any of those cases, “Notorious” has never addressed the claims.

But according to his longtime manager, Audie Attar, Conor is once and for all denying both of those claims.

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“He vehemently denies any allegation of sexual misconduct or any wrongdoing,” Attar said during an interview on Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show.

“We vehemently deny it, and he does as well. At the end of the day we know who he is, he knows who he is, and we know what the truth is.”

Furthermore, Attar did confirm that Conor is planning on returning on January 18, 2020, and an official announcement as to who he is going to face is imminent.

“We’ve both agreed on a date and we’ve agreed on opponents,” Attar said.

“A deal is imminent. I don’t see anything getting in the way barring some unforeseen circumstances. I think both parties want to get it done. I think it’s in the best in interest of everyone involved.”

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