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Conor McGregor never wants to fight in Nevada again after fines, Dana White says

Conor McGregor has threatened to never fight in Nevada again after the state’s Athletic Commission fined him $150,000 Monday for throwing water bottles at Nate Diaz at an August press conference, UFC President Dana White said Wednesday. “Conor McGregor hit me [in a text] and said, ‘I don’t ever want to fight in Nevada again ever,’ […]
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