Published: Sat, November 11, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Conor McGregor slaps commissioner at Bellator 187 in Dublin

Conor McGregor slaps commissioner at Bellator 187 in Dublin

Veteran mixed martial arts referee Marc Goddard and security tried to remove him from the cage because McGregor wasn't a licensed corner man for Ward.

McGregor rushed the cage at Bellator 187 in Dublin on Friday after SBG Ireland teammate Charlie Ward scored a knockout over Paul Redmond 4:59 into the opening stanza of their bout.

The pair came face-to-face again and McGregor had a few choice words for the official.

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Conor McGregor will jump at any opportunity to fight inside the ring.

McGregor was grappled by security but ultimately left the cage on his own, returning once more to yell "that was a f-king stoppage" before being ejected from the match by Goddard.

The man known as "Notorious" took exception to these actions and retaliated by going after Goddard and shoving him as the latter attended to Redmond - who was still on the mat.

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At a recent UFC Fight Night event in Gdansk, Poland, McGregor caused a scene cageside while supporting close friend and training partner Artem Lobov. The UFC is now in negotiations regarding McGregor's potential return in December, according to recent comments by president Dana White.

After Goddard stepped in and advised the UFC lightweight champion to leave, McGregor's excited demeanor quickly changed to one of anger. But he was in the MMA cage on Friday for a completely different reason, and people aren't too happy with him.

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