WATCH: Conor McGregor apologises for homophobic remark

UFC champion Conor McGregor says his opponents seek any opportunity to 'throw him under the bus'.

In a recorded interview for this Friday's Late Late Show, 'the Notorious' has apologised for repeatedly using a homophobic slur in a recent video that went viral.

McGregor insists he meant no offence to the LGBT community and highlighted his support for the marriage equality referendum in 2015.

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