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Is Conor McGregor in trouble with an Irish cartel? Crime reporter says he is in a 'very dangerous place'
The speed limit is 60 mph.
McGregor, not renowned for taking a backwards step in or out of the octagon, responded to those threats outside a Dublin court where he had just paid a speeding fine.
Well, that's not entirely true. At the premiere of Notorious, McGregor stated his admiration for the rapper: "You know P Diddy doesn't even make music?" "No time for a court date, gotta pose in my sweatsuit!" He pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding and was fined €400. We have nothing to fear here whatsoever.
A separate story from The International Business Times claims that McGregor's actions have caused a €900,000 bounty to be put on his head - demanding McGregor pay protection money or risk being killed.
But before imposing the fine, she said: "I have to ask you this Mr McGregor, how much do you earn?"
During the alleged brawl, the UFC Lightweight Champion struck a 50 year old man who apparently has tied to a local organized crime group known as the Kinahan cartel.
Sanctions seem unlikely though, given that no one pulls in the crowds like McGregor - he's achieved the biggest pay-per-view MMA audience ever (1.65m vs. Nate Diaz) and the biggest boxing audience, too (6.7m vs. Mayweather).
There was laughter when the fighter, wearing a green Adidas tracksuit and white runners, replied: "It was 140".
Fast forward a few months and De La Hoya has suddenly started touting that he's back in training and would be willing to face McGregor with a prediction that he would finish the Irishman inside two rounds.
"Guards have no reason to be in touch". He also shoved the ref and lashed out at officials.
Without skipping a beat, Reynolds bit down on his mouthpiece, swung for the fences and caught the fighter with a perfectly-timed shot.
It's pretty obvious that McGregor didn't take any of this seriously.
Judge Walsh had earlier forced McGregor to go to the courthouse in person after his solicitor Graham Kenny attempted to explain aspects of the case to the court.
"As a matter of fact, right now I'm going out to buy my TV licence".
Just cover your face with your hoodie, Conor!
Then McGregor got into his car, and this glorious thing happened.
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