Conor McGregor receives £350 fine for speeding

Rachel Hardy
December 1, 2017

Mr Kenny said he would phone the MMA star in the hope that he might be able to get the fighter to appear before the court later and the case was put back until later today.

But Judge Walsh said that if McGregor wanted to offer mitigation or make a case he "has to be here". If he's making a case he has to be here.

UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor's whirlwind of controversy continues and this time it has to do with the fighter being late for a court appearance for getting caught speeding this past March.

Where not sure we want to see this play out because I might not end up well for the Kinahan gang, seeing as next to Chuck Norris, McGregor is the most risky man in the world.

Judge Walsh said to the fighter: "I have to ask you the question, how much do you earn?" You can tell him about my ire.

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

Irish wrestler Connor McGregor has been fined US$470 (€400) by a court in Dublin over an unpaid speeding fine. On that date, Judge Walsh said McGregor must either appear in court himself - or send a legal representative.

The 29-year-old, originally from Dublin, initially told the court that he had attempted to pay the original £70 fine issued by the police's traffic branch for speeding.

"Well, 140", McGregor replied.

"Come and get me!". He was given two months to pay and was told he could pay in installments. "I would warn, however, despite your fortune in life, that you take cognisance of other people on the roads", she added.

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