Conor McGregor Jumps the Cage, Shoves Referee at Bellator 187

Conor McGregor Jumps the Cage, Shoves Referee at Bellator 187

Conor McGregor Jumps the Cage, Shoves Referee at Bellator 187

Conor McGregor has hit the headlines again in Mixed Martial Arts but this time for all the wrong reasons after losing his cool with an official.

It wouldn't be like the Notorious to sit quietly and take in the action though, he's the talk of the event despite the fact he's not even fighting.

Ward walked away with a first-round knockout win over Team Ryano's John Redmond, but the focus was all on McGregor after the fight.

Coming off a fight against Floyd Mayweather that reportedly earned him north of $100 million, lightweight champion Conor McGregor is struggling to get excited about a possible matchup against interim title holder Tony Ferguson in his return to the UFC. In the video, McGregor continued to point and yell in Goddard's direction before eventually exiting.

His victory prompted McGregor to leap into the Octagon to celebrate with Ward at the 3Arena.

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McGregor and Goddard have been at odds before. All hell broke loose when he then shoved referee Marc Goddard from behind.

One can expect McGregor (21-3) to face serious discipline for putting his hands on an official, which could jeopardize his return date, which UFC had hoped would be December 30 for the promotion's New Year's Eve weekend card in Las Vegas.

At a recent UFC Fight Night event in Gdansk, Poland, McGregor caused a scene cageside while supporting close friend and training partner Artem Lobov.

McGregor returned and was stopped at the top of the fence by another official.

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