Rose Namajunas Still Traumatized by Conor McGregor Bus Attack - Sports Gossip
PTSD?

UFC strawweight champion Rose Namajunas is traumatized by April's bus attack in Brooklyn by Conor McGregor, according to her coach, and "still doesn't leave her house."

Namajunas  was on the bus that McGregor attacked at Barclays Center following a media day with UFC 223 fighters, and although she was not one of the two fighters injured by broken glass when a steel dolly was thrown through a window, she was visibly shaken.

McGregor will square off against bus attack target Khabib Nurmagomedov next month. There is no word on Rose's next title defense. Maybe getting in the ring will be good for her? 

You can listen to more on Rose's account of the attack below: 

While Rose has had an extremely difficult time recovering from the incident in Brooklyn, Conor has been hobnobbing around NYC all Summer. 

Conor is most certainly living his best life. 

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