Published: Fri, December 01, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

Conor McGregor brags about £140m payday as he is fined

Conor McGregor brags about £140m payday as he is fined

Well, recently the Irish Mirror spoke with McGregor's father, Tony McGregor, who said the rumor is "absolute nonsense".

Judge Walsh told the fighter he could pay the new fine by instalments if he wished.

When asked by a reporter about the claims he's a wanted man, McGregor responded with, "Come and get me".

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The judge told McGregor's legal representative Graham Kenny that the "next time" a bench warrant would be issued. "If he wants to make a case he has to be here", she said. Judge Walsh told Mr Kenny to "tell him of my ire" and put the case back to second calling.

The spokesperson also confirmed that the UFC star was charged after he was caught breaking the country's 100kph (60mph) national speed limit while traveling on the N7 in County Dublin on March 31.

"What I heard was that I tried my best to pay for it". I'm sorry but this is absolute disrespect to the court. Or some people who are related to some very, very heavy people that could pose a serious threat to his safety and maybe even his life - and I don't say that lightly.

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He spent some time in a consultation room with his solicitor and a friend before appearing in court.

Upon pleading guilty, Judge Miriam Walsh asked a question that, to anyone else, would be kinda rude - not when you're Conor McGregor, though.

"This is like a broken record", said Judge Walsh, referring to the fact that it was McGregor's third time failing to appear regarding the charges. "I don't know why it didn't pay".

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She told him that despite his good fortune in life he should take cognisance of other road users and reduce his speed.

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