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Nick Diaz and Nevada Athletic Commission Reach Agreement | MMAWeekly.com

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Nick Diaz and the Nevada Athletic Commission have reach an agreement that will allow the Stockton native to compete again and/or serve as a cornerman. read news >>

Conor McGregor petitions Nevada court for judicial review of NSAC fine

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UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor once wished the Nevada State Athletic Commission luck in trying to get a $150,000 fine from him. Now he’ll see them in court.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

Conor McGregor petitions Nevada court for judicial review of NSAC suspension

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UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor once wished the Nevada State Athletic Commission luck in trying to get a $150,000 fine from him. Now he’ll see them in court.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

Conor McGregor Rebukes Nevada's Fine: 'Good Luck Trying to Get It' | MMAWeekly.com

  • a month ago
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Nevada may have seen fit to levy Conor McGregor an astounding fine, but they may have a difficult time collecting from the UFC superstar. read news >>

Conor McGregor Doesn't 'Ever Want to Fight in Nevada Again. Ever!' | MMAWeekly.com

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Conor McGregor doesn't ever want to fight in Nevada again after being fined $150,000 by the Nevada Athletic Commission. read news >>

Conor McGregor Says He Never Wants to Fight in Nevada Again After $150K Fine

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UFC star Conor McGregor doesn't want to head into the state of Nevada anytime soon after being fined for an incident during a news conference leading up to his UFC 202 bout against Nate Diaz. On Wedn read news >>

Conor McGregor doesn't want to fight in Nevada anymore after 'terrible' fine, says Dana White

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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 u read news >>

Conor McGregor Not-So-Humbled by Nevada's Bottle-Throwing Punishment | MMAWeekly.com

  • a month ago
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After the Nevada Athletic Commission dropped the hammer on Conor McGregor, it appears the punishment has done little to humble the brash Irish fighter. read news >>

Conor McGregor Disciplinary Hearing: Nevada Dropped the Hammer (video) | MMAWeekly.com

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Full video of Conor McGregor's disciplinary hearing over the bottle-throwing melee with Nate Diaz before the Nevada Athletic Commission. read news >>

Twitter reacts to Conor McGregor's fine, punishment for bottle-throwing incident

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The Nevada State Athletic Commission has again created headlines due to a fighter punishment. UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor was hit with an $150,000 fine and 50 hours of community service read news >>

Nevada commission hits UFC champ Conor McGregor with $150,000 bottle-throwing fine

  • a month ago
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission today voted unanimously to fine UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor five percent of his UFC 202 disclosed pay, or $150,000 of his $3 million “show purse.” F read news >>

Conor McGregor Levied Substantial Penalties for Bottle-Throwing Melee | MMAWeekly.com

  • a month ago
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Conor McGregor received his punishment from the Nevada Athletic Commission on Monday for his part in a bottle-throwing melee with Nate Diaz. read news >>

Conor McGregor Nevada Athletic Commission Hearing - Live Stream at Noon ET | MMAWeekly.com

  • a month ago
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Tune in for Monday's Nevada Athletic Commission meeting that features Conor McGregor's disciplinary hearing over the bottle-throwing melee with Nate Diaz. read news >>

Jon Jones Doping Violation Hearing Postponed | MMAWeekly.com

  • 2 months ago
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Jon Jones' anti-doping case will not go before the Nevada Athletic Commission on Oct. 10 as planned. read news >>

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