Conor McGregor, the UFC's biggest name and wild child, is set to land in Australia.

Despite ongoing legal battles, following his rampage in the carpark of Barclays Centre in Brooklyn, the Irishman is being lined up for speaking engagements across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane according to the Herald Sun.

Along with the reported speaking engagements, McGregor is also expected to host signings and training sessions.

McGregor took over the media headlines across the globe in early April when he attacked a bus full of UFC fighters and smashed a window in the process.

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His exploits landed him in hot water and eventually ended with him in handcuffs and a night behind bars.

After posting his bail of $65,000, McGregor was free to return to Ireland as his case proceeds.

Now it looks likely he'll grace the Australian shores while the legal battle continues.

The wild attack following a media day for UFC 223 ended with several fighters being forced to withdraw from the main event.

McGregor was charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief and could face seven years in jail if found guilty.

UFC president Dana White labelled the incident as "the most disgusting thing that's ever happened in this company" and he wasn't alone in condemning McGregor.

Veteran voice of the Octagon Bruce Buffer was quick to slam the crazed incident.

"I don't understand how anybody can condone that kind of behaviour. And if they do, then obviously will be willing to do that kind of behaviour," Buffer told TMZ Sports.

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"I'd never think anything like this would ever happen in my 22 plus years of being in the UFC and doing everything I can in my life to build this great brand and to support this fantastic sport for my own little niche that I do.

"It's like you shat on all of us with that one move. That's not what we're about."

Long-time UFC commentator Joe Rogan wasn't happy with the way the company has handled the fallout.

"One of the more f***ed up things about this is that you know Conor is getting special treatment. He is, and that's not good for anybody."

No matter the circumstance McGregor may find himself in, the Irishman attracts a vast audience and his venture to Australia is sure to do the same.