The UFC is not playing games after Conor McGregor's bizarre and wild incident on Thursday.
McGregor and his entourage invaded the Barclays Center during Media Day events for UFC 223, vandalizing a bus carrying fighters for this weekend's red corner matches.
Three fights have been canceled due to injuries related to the attack. McGregor has since been charged with assault for the incident.
UFC President Dana White has condemned McGregor's actions and the UFC has issued a statement saying that he and his entourage are not welcomed at Saturday's match.
White has also hinted that McGregor may no longer be welcome in the UFC.
WATCH: MMA star Conor McGregor leaves a New York precinct in handcuffs in the wake of Thursday's backstage outburst at the Barclays Center, which injured another fighter and caused the postponement of three fights. https://t.co/3fiPZH41lp pic.twitter.com/tN8bIDous2— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 6, 2018
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