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UFC champ Conor McGregor responds to $150,000 fine from NSAC: 'Good luck trying to get it'

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
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