Police say they are 'aware' of claims UFC star Conor McGregor was involved in Dublin pub brawl with three men
- Witnesses on social media described how MMA champion was involved in fight
- The incident happened in The Black Forge Inn in the Dublin suburb of Crumlin
- McGregor, 29, was seen by punters entering the pub before the fight erupted
- Brawl said to involve McGregor, a young man, a man in his 50s and a fourth man?
Conor McGregor in a picture posted on Facebook Sunday night at 11.36pm
Police in Ireland today said they are aware of allegations UFC star Conor McGregor was involved in a fight in a pub in Dublin.
Witnesses took to social media to describe how the MMA champion was involved in a brawl with three men?in The Black Forge in the capital's Crumlin suburb.
McGregor, 29, was seen by punters on Sunday night entering the bar before the melee erupted which involved the sports star, a?young man, a man in his 50s and a fourth man.
The Gardai in Dublin said they are aware of the incident, but no complaints have been made with regards to the fight. ??
Karl Nicholson, who is thought to have been in the pub at the time, said he was drinking in the pub when McGregor came in.
Lisa Leonard uploaded a selfie with the MMA star in the background at 11.36pm on Sunday from inside what appears to be the pub.?
A senior source at the Gardai told the Irish Independent: 'There is no report on this matter and no complaint from any injured parties, patrons of the pub or the pub itself and no statements were taken.'?
The Black Forge Inn in Crumlin, Dublin, where the brawl is said to have taken place on Sunday
Conor McGregor in his blockbuster boxing match with Floyd Mayweather Jr, which ended in defeat for the Irishman
Police in Ireland today said they are aware of allegations UFC star Conor McGregor, pictured, was involved in a fight in a pub in Dublin
UFC champion fighter Conor McGregor is seen parking his Cadilliac Escalade on Exchequer Street in Dublin (left) and?McGregor seen arriving in his BMW i8 at the Mansion House on Dawson Street in Dublin. Both pictures were taken last year
MailOnline has contacted McGregor's representatives for comment.?
A Gardai spokesman told MailOnline there were no incidents reported in the area on Sunday night, and therefore they did not have a comment. ??
McGregor, who is known by the nickname Notorious, was born in Crumlin.
This morning, he posted a video of himself with his coat pulled over his face and his hood up.
It was uploaded to Instagram without any sound and only carried the caption 'The celebrity'.?
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