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Conor McGregor doesn't want to fight in Nevada anymore after 'terrible' fine, says Dana White

The Nevada State Athletic Commission’s decision to fine UFC champ Conor McGregor an amount of $150,000 and hand him 50 hours of community service could be costly for the state in the long run.Filed under: News, UFC
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