Conor McGregor takes Irish journalist's courthouse burn on the chin

Conor McGregor 'Irish mob' incident 'absolute nonsense', says UFC star's dad

Is Conor McGregor in trouble with an Irish cartel? Crime reporter says he is in a 'very dangerous place'

At time of publication, McGregor would likely need to defend his UFC title against Ferguson in his first fight back to the UFC.

McGregor arrives for his hearing and then leaves trying to cover up, I think everyone knows who it is though.

Before issuing the fine Judge Miriam Walsh said: "I have to ask you the question ... how much do you earn?"

McGregor leaving court in the most McGregor way possible.

UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor's whirlwind of controversy continues and this time it has to do with the fighter being late for a court appearance for getting caught speeding this past March.

It shouldn't be a surprise that he's out of control. Flanked by reporters, McGregor sped away from court in a BMW i8 (of course), but not before seemingly antagonizing the mob. We have nothing to fear here whatsoever.

His solicitor admitted he did not know where McGregor was, and the judge reacted with fury.

"Guards have no reason to be in touch".

"He has come into conflict through probably no fault of his own, with a group of very, very dangerous people who are tied up with the Kinahans", Williams told Newstalk Radio. McGregor fought twice more in 2016, neither of which served as a defense of his 145-pound title. But considering he was asked to give his response to threats made on his life, it's probably safe to say he was directing his message toward the Kinahans.

When he tried to pay it again in June the fixed charge notice had expired. RTE News of Ireland tweeted a video of the exchange; McGregor immediately retweeted it. I can't chase all these things.

Currently, little is known about the credibility of the threats or whether they are real.

Now with De La Hoya saying that he would come out of retirement to face McGregor, White is completely at a loss for what exactly is going on inside his head.

Conor McGregor has laughed off claims that his life is in danger following an alleged bar fight with Irish gangsters.

To make matters worse, both pay-per-view events were taking place at the same venue - the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

To distil 'The Notorious' Conor McGregor down to this, however, is to miss the point entirely.

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