It's one thing when Henry Cejudo threatens to boycott the state of Nevada as a fight destination in opposition to the Nevada State Athletics Commission (NSAC), it's an entirely different thing when the biggest star in all of mixed martial arts (MMA) takes that same stance.
According to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White, Conor McGregor told him he no longer wants to fight in the state of Nevada after the NSAC fined him a whopping $150,000 for his part in the water bottle battle with Nate Diaz (and his entourage) during a press conference to promote UFC 202 (video here).
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 Wednes...
Conor McGregor believes the punishment levied on him by the Nevada State Athletic Commission was way overboard, and his response will be to avoid all fights in Nevada for the “foreseeable future.”Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
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
When your fines and tweets make it on a nationally syndicated sports show, you know you're doing something right. Conor McGregor's massive $150,000 fine levied against him by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for his part in a...