Conor McGregor STORMS octagon and PUNCHES official in wild rampage

Conor McGregor STORMS octagon and PUNCHES official in wild rampage

The UFC lightweight champion hopped the fence in the immediate aftermath of teammate Charlie Ward's victory over Paul Redmond at Bellator 187 at the 3Arena in Dublin on Friday night.

McGregor appeared to become agitated after Goddard demanded he leave the cage because he was not a licensed cornerman and thus unauthorized to be there.

McGregor was PISSED - pushing Goddard from behind and getting in his face. before security and BFF Artem Lobov escorted him from the cage.

After nearly a minute of uproar, tempers began to cool marginally and McGregor left the cage.

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Still. gotta think there's gonna be hell to pay for his actions.

In a wild scene, Conor McGregor made an appearance at Bellator 187 in Dublin, Ireland today and ended up getting into a confrontation with a referee. In fact, a fight was stopped midway through at UFC Gdansk after McGregor was seen walking the perimeter of the Octagon and coaching his teammate. As Goddard walked over to check on the fallen Redmond, McGregor shoved the veteran official in the back. UFC President Dana White says they are trying to put a fight together for him before the year is over. Mr. McGregor's conduct jeopardized the health and safety of the bout participants by delaying necessary medical attention to the fighters that were injured during the round. As outlined by journalist Luke Thomas, there's the possibility that other commissions could enforce any suspension handed out, and in a domino effect McGregor could be restricted from fighting anywhere within the confines of the UFC.

That said, it is unclear what type of ramifications his actions might trigger.