Conor McGregor protege James Gallagher will headline Bellator Dublin vs Jeremiah Labiano
CONOR MCGREGOR protégé James Gallagher will headline the Bellator Dublin show in November against Jeremiah Labiano. The 20-year-old MMA star followed in his hero’s footsteps by becoming only the second Irishman to fight at the iconic Madison Square Garden in June. Mystic Mac was over the moon with the younster’s first-round win over a veteran […]
Has Conor McGregor crossed a line with inexplicable antics at Bellator Dublin event? Despite not actually competing in an actual MMA contest thus far in 2017, Conor McGregor has made all kinds of the wrong headlines this year, regardless. Then, just weeks ago he was caught on camera repeatedly using a homophobic slur, something that needs to be wiped out not just by Conor but by the alarming number of fighters who use the phrase to insult rivals seemingly out of habit. On Friday night in Dublin, however, there were no disclaimers and no additional fighters to share the blame when McGregor stole the headlines from a different MM
Conor McGregor Apologizes For Controversial Incident At Bellator 187 Conor McGregor has cleared the air. McGregor, who stormed the octagon and went after the referee while celebrating his teammate’s win Friday at Bellator 187 in Dublin, apologized for his unusual behavior Monday in an Instagram post. A post shared by Conor McGregor Official (@thenotoriousmma) on Nov 14, 2017 at 9:48am PST McGregor’s teammate, Charlie Ward, defeated John Redmond in the first round of their fight Friday, prompting The Notorious to jump inside the cage and tackle the victorious fighter. Referee Marc Goddard then approached McGr
Conor McGregor Releases Statement On Bellator Brouhaha: ‘F—k You All’ In Dublin, “Fuck You” is another way of saying “I’m Sorry.” Some drunk guy in an Irish pub once told me that, so I’m not sure how accurate it is, but it’s probably as close as referee Marc Goddard, who “operates with integrity,” is going to get when it comes to apologies from Conor McGregor. That’s because the defending UFC lightweight champion has a rocky history with the longtime man in black, which started with harsh words at UFC Fight Night 118 in Gdansk, Poland, and continued with a shoving match at Bellator 187 in Dubl
ABC president: UFC informed me Conor McGregor won’t be on UFC 219 due to Bellator 187 incident The repercussions of Conor McGregor’s actions at Bellator 187 in Dublin late last week are getting worse by the day. Now, his supposed MMA return at UFC 219 in Las Vegas has apparently been scrapped, upon the decision of UFC executives. “The Notorious” stormed the Bellator cage right after teammate Charlie Ward won via first-round knockout. In the heat of the moment of his celebration, McGregor shoved presiding referee Marc Goddard, and slapped a Bellator official. The entire incident was caught on video. The Mohegan Tribe Department of A
Bellator’s John Redmond: I might have made it to the 2nd round if not for Conor McGregor and his ‘circus’ Bellator 187 has been the talk of the week as Conor McGregor jumped the cage, shoved referee Marc Goddard, and slapped a Bellator official during his wild celebration with teammate Charlie Ward, who knocked out John Redmond at the end of the first round. According to Redmond, though, who was almost knocked over by McGregor when the Irishman charged at Goddard, the fight would have gone into the second round if not for ‘The Notorious’s’ wild antics in the cage. “I think there was a lot of panic in the ring as soon as he [McGregor] got in
Conor McGregor storms cage, pushes referee at Bellator 187 after teammate's victory Conor McGregor jumped into the cage to confront a referee at Bellator 187. After the Irishman was reprimanded by referee Marc Goddard for walking around the Octagon and being a distraction at UFC Gdansk last month, McGregor took things a step further at Bellator 187 by jumping into the cage and confronting Goddard after watching his training partner score a knockout victory. It all took place at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland, where Charlie Ward of Team McGregor faced John Redmond in the Spike preliminary card (which will air on tape delay Frida
Marc Goddard issues statement on Conor McGregor Bellator incident: ‘The video does not lie’ Conor McGregor has apologized for his most recent outburst, and now the referee involved in the melee has broken his silence about the incident. Last weekend at a Bellator event in Dublin, McGregor entered the cage after believing his teammate Charlie Ward had just finished opponent John Redmond late in the first round. But the fight was not over, and this led an irate McGregor to shove referee Marc Goddard and trash talk him while others held him back. McGregor, who was not a licensed cornerman that night, stated in his apology that he thought
Conor McGregor shove and berate a referee moments after Bellator 187 fight ends UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor was at ringside for Irishman Charlie Ward’s fight at Bellator 187 in Dublin Friday, and seconds after Ward scored a knockout victory, McGregor jumped into the cage and tackled Ward in celebration. McGregor’s invasion caused a heated confrontation with referee Marc Goddard. Goddard attempted to separate McGregor and Ward, and McGregor was irate. MMA Junkie reports that McGregor was not an official cornerman for the bout, and security had reacted to McGregor’s presence at ringside. McGregor and God
Conor McGregor's next fight at UFC 219 scratched following ‘unacceptable behavior’ at Bellator 187 - MMAmania Horizontal Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was expected to put Conor McGregor in the pay-per-view (PPV) main event of UFC 219 in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he would attempt to unify the division titles against interim straphanger Tony Ferguson on Dec. 30, 2017. Instead, officials have reportedly sent him to the sidelines. That’s because “Notorious” blew a gasket at the Bellator 187 mixed martial arts (MMA) event last Friday in Dublin, Ireland, and had a physical confrontation with referee Marc Goddard (watch it), which then led to a fadeaway bitc
Conor McGregor, role model, issues formal apology for ‘losing it’ during Bellator melee Seems like just yesterday when Conor McGregor was like “fuck you all.” Oh wait, it was. What a difference 24 hours makes, as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion has now issued a formal apology for blowing a gasket at last weekend’s Bellator 187 event, which included a physical confrontation with referee Marc Goddard. And that other dude who got slapped silly. As part of his apology, McGregor made reference to the late Joao Carvalho, who passed away after his technical knockout loss to “Notorious” teammate Cha
MMA official chastises Conor McGregor for jumping into cage, ‘assaulting’ referee at Bellator event Conor McGregor’s fists and loudmouth persona have made him one of the highest paid fighters in the world. On Saturday, however, his moneymaking attributes earned him plenty of scorn from many in the mixed martial arts community when he got into it with a referee at a Bellator event in Dublin on Friday. Among McGregor’s biggest critics is Mike Mazzulli, president of the Association of Boxing Commissions and Combative Sports, an entity that helps organize MMA and boxing events in the United States and Canada, where McGregor does most of his
Bellator 183: Benson Henderson on hunt for title glory, calls Conor McGregor 'fake fur loudmouth' and praises GGG vs Canelo Benson Henderson heads into the headliner at Bellator 183 in San Jose against Patricky 'Pitbull' Friere next weekend full of vim in what he considers the final phase of his career. Henderson is intent on being in "action-filled fights", has praised the two middleweight fighters Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin involved in the boxing match in Las Vegas tonight, and took a sideswipe at Conor McGregor who he referred to as "a fake fur loudmouth" who had talked himself into a faux fight in Sin City three weeks ago. Strong words from Henderson,
Conor McGregor: Sorry For Losing It In Dublin, But The Ref Sucks Conor McGregor Sorry For Losing It In Dublin ... But the Ref Sucks 1 11/14/2017 10:00 AM PST Conor McGregor is apologizing for storming the cage and getting violent with MMA officials during Bellator 187 in Dublin last week ... but he's still trashing the referee. "I sincerely apologize for my behavior at last weekends fight event in Dublin," McGregor said ... adding he let his emotions get the best of him after watching his training partner Charlie Ward win the fight. "As a multiple weight UFC champion, executive producer, role model and p
Conor McGregor involved in altercation at Dublin MMA event UFC fighter entered octagon at 3Arena and confronted referee and officials
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Video: Watch Conor McGregor torch wannabe dragsters in Dublin street race Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion Conor McGregor, given a doomsday clock for his 155-pound title reign, was recently spotted cruising around town in his yellow Lamborghini, because nothing screams “inconspicuous” like a $250,000 sports car. Let’s just hope he owns this one so he can avoid another incident like this. And if you’re thinking “Bro, you’re just jealous” I say to you, “No shit, Sherlock.” Just as I’m sure those “Notorious” fans were envious when they got a few minutes to chat with their
Conor McGregor says son Conor Jr is going to be a boxer… and the five-month-old is already doing ‘squats’ CONOR MCGREGOR claims he’s started training his five-month-old son to be a boxer – and already has him doing squats. The Irish UFC star – who was knocked out by Floyd Mayweather last month – hopes Conor Jr will follow his dad into the ring. But McGregor insists he will not be a pushy parent. […]
ABC president Mike Mazzulli says UFC pulled Conor McGregor from UFC 219; McGregor’s agent denies it - MMA Fighting Horizontal ABC president Mike Mazzulli told Ariel Helwani on Monday’s edition of The MMA Hour that the UFC was taking Conor McGregor off the UFC 219 card, as a result of McGregor’s conduct at Bellator 187 last Friday. Mazzulli said he spoke with a UFC official about the situation two hours after McGregor stormed the cage to wildly celebrate with his teammate Charlie Ward after Ward’s TKO victory over John Redmond in Dublin, Ireland. While in the cage, McGregor shoved referee Marc Goddard and, after being escorted out of the cage because he wasn’t
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