Floyd Mayweather has told Conor McGregor he should carry himself as a "gentleman" away from the Octagon.
The Notorious appeared in a New York court on Friday after being charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief.
Mayweather told Showtime: "I feel that when you have reached such high status you have to carry yourself in a classy way. Outside the ring you have to carry yourself as a gentleman."
McGregor and Mayweather duke it out (Image: ©INPHO/Derek Hogan)
'Money' also revealed that if he comes out of retirement again, it will be to fight in the UFC.
He added: "Retirement has been great but as you know and everyone knows, I go in retirement and I come back. It is possible I do come back, but if I do come back, it has to be in the Octagon."
Pop stars and fellow fighters have come out to back McGregor after the bus controversy.
He said: “Conor is not trying to be a gangster. Conor is just trying to look after his boys.
“He made a mistake, that’s all it is. He f**cked up, we all f**ck up.
“Everyone still loves him, he’ll be back.”
UFC fan Travis Barker, of rock band Blink 182, said: “I would’ve probably done the same thing if someone punked my friend.
“It’s unfortunate that other fighters got hurt, he got as violent as he did.
“I love him to death, crazy motherf**ker.