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NSAC chairman: Nate Diaz in line for refund from fine for UFC 202 water bottle war with Conor McGregor

Earlier today (March 22, 2017), Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) drastically reduced Conor McGregor’s fine for his part in the ugly water bottle-throwing fight he got into with Nate Diaz and his camp during a UFC 202 press conference last year (see it). Show More Summary

NSAC to reach out to Nate Diaz on re-hearing following UFC 202 bottle-throwing incident

LAS VEGAS – The Nevada State Athletic Commission is giving Nate Diaz the chance to reduce his punishment for a melee with Conor McGregor at UFC 202.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

Conor McGregor punishment reduced by NSAC following UFC 202 water bottle wars

Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) is hoping Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion Conor McGregor will bring his proposed crossover fight with Floyd Mayweather to “Sin City.” So it has to be nice to him while...Show More Summary

NSAC reduces Conor McGregor's UFC 202 fine to $25,000 and 25 hours community service

The Nevada State Athletic Commission today approved a settlement agreement with UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor, decreasing the punishment he received for an infamous news conference dustup with Nate Diaz.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

Conor McGregor Scores WATERBOTTLE FIGHT VICTORY ... Massive Fines Reduced (Video)

BIG WIN for Conor McGregor... the UFC star got his big $75,000 fine reduced to $25,000 for that waterbottle fight with Nate Diaz at UFC 202.  Remember, the Nevada State Athletic Commission hit McGregor with the massive fine -- plus 50 hours…

Conor McGregor set to meet with NSAC on Wednesday in Las Vegas for re-hearing

After previously agreeing to a new hearing regarding Conor McGregor’s lucrative fine for throwing bottles at Nate Diaz during a UFC 202 press conference last year, the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) will meet this Wednesday (Mar. Show More Summary

Conor McGregor re-hearing set for Wednesday's NSAC meeting in Las Vegas

As expected, Conor McGregor will be on the agenda for the next Nevada State Athletic Commission meeting.Filed under: News, UFC

NSAC's Bob Bennett says veteran judge incorrectly scored 5th round of UFC 209 headliner

LAS VEGAS – In an unusual turn, Nevada State Athletic Commission chief Bob Bennett appeared at the post-event press conference for Saturday’s UFC 209 to reaffirm a majority-decision win for welterweight champion Tyron Woodley and call out a judge for a bad (...)

Conor McGregor talks Floyd Mayweather Jr. meeting - 'I flew to Las Vegas and he didn't show his face'

When Conor McGregor made a recent trip out to Las Vegas to square away some things with the Nevada State Athletic Commission, many fight fans believed he'd actually sit down with Floyd Mayweather Jr. and work out some of the kinks for a potential superfight. Show More Summary

NSAC willing to grant Conor McGregor boxing license to keep Floyd Mayweather fight in Las Vegas

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion Conor McGregor forced the hand of Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) by obtaining his boxing license in the state of California. That’s because “Notorious” is in the final stages of negotiations with boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr., as both sides appear to be close to a boxing vs. Show More Summary

Well Actually, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor Haven't Agreed to Anything

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Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor have not agreed to anything. ESPN spoke with Nevada State Athletic Commission chairman Anthony Marnell (...)

Well Actually, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor Haven't Agreed to Anything

Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor have not agreed to anything. ESPN spoke with Nevada State Athletic Commission chairman Anthony Marnell who claims there is “real stuff going on,” but that isn’t necessarily anything past all the back-and-forth (...)

Top Nevada athletics officials support hosting Conor McGregor-Floyd Mayweather Jr. fight

For the first time in public, Nevada State Athletic Commission executive director Bob Bennett said Tuesday that he and commission Chairman Anthony A. Marnell III support a fight between UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor and retired, unbeaten boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. “Would the...

The Nevada State Athletic Commission has agreed to a new hearing regarding Conor McGregor’s bottle throwing fine

Conor McGregor is headed to Las Vegas and the first order of business is clearing up that hefty fine for throwing bottles leading up to UFC 202. Conor McGregor is on his way to Las Vegas to try and set up his superfight with Floyd Mayweather,...Show More Summary

Happy Valentine's Day, Conor McGregor: NSAC to rehear water-bottle incident

There’s some love in the air between Conor McGregor and the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

Report: Nevada State Athletic Commission Confirms That Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor Talks Are Real

Months ago, when Mayweather & McGregor were cyber beefing about a potential fight, no one in their right mind believed it could actually happen. Fast forward to February and it seems all that back and forth wasn’t for nothing, because the wheels continue to turn for a monumental Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight. On Tuesday’s edition of […]

Floyd Mayweather says fight is 'close' as Conor McGregor lands in Las Vegas

Nevada State Athletic Commission chair: there ‘is a lot of real stuff going on’ Irishman could find difficulties negotiating terms with UFC A fight between UFC’s biggest star, Conor McGregor, and former boxing world champion Floyd Mayweather appears to be moving closer to reality. Show More Summary

Referees, judges selected for UFC 209's championship doubleheader

The Nevada State Athletic Commission today selected referees and judges for next month’s UFC 209 event during a Valentine’s Day meeting in Las Vegas. Filed under: News, UFC

A close reading of the Nevada commission's statement on its newest member

The newest appointee to the Nevada State Athletic Commission happens to be an employee of the casino empire owned and operated by the Fertitta brothers, who still own a piece of the UFC. Is that a conflict of interest? The statement issued by the commission leaves us (...)

NSAC offers no comment on ‘theoretical conflict of interest’ after Fertitta employee joins athletic commission

Staci Alonso was appointed to the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) last December by governor Brian Sandoval, and the mixed martial arts (MMA) community, like it so often does, gave zero fucks. It was too busy talking about this. Then...Show More Summary

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