Conor McGregor attacked the bus carrying UFC 223 fighters on April 4 in Brooklyn and the effects are still being felt.
According to Rose Namajunas' coach, the UFC strawweight champion is still traumatized by Conor's bus attack incident and UFC strawweight champion "doesn't leave her house."
Trevor Wittman, head trainer at Grudge Training Center in Colorado appeared on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show on Tuesday and told that Namajunas comes to the gym and "go out and do a hike where there are no people."
Namajunas was one of the mixed martial artists inside the bus that was attacked by Conor McGregor at Barclays Center following a media day. Two other fighters, Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg, were injured by broken glass when McGregor threw a steel dolly through a window while she was believed to be visibly shaken.
"She's super-upset right now and basically left and walked back to the hotel."
UFC president Dana White said after the incident.
Despite the doubts, Namajunas appeared in the UFC 223 and defended the title against the former champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk.
It has already been five months and there is no any announcement of next title defense match from her and she is believed to be mentally shattered and physically, healing from a compression fracture in her neck.