Nevada Commission Reduces Fine & Community Service For Conor McGregor
By FCF Staff
Conor McGregor has had the fine and amount of community hours he was handed by the Nevada Commission, for his involvement in a water bottle throwing incident last summer, substantially reduced.
McGregor was originally handed $150,000 in penalties and sentenced to 50 hours of community service, for throwing water bottles and Nate Diaz and his team, at a press conference last August. But, according to a report from MMA Junkie, the Nevada Commission has reduced the penalties to $25,000 and 25 hours of community service.
When the penalties were originally announced, an upset McGregor reported he had no interest in competing in Nevada moving forward. Diaz, meanwhile, was fined $50,000 and was handed 50 hours of community service for his involvement in the incident.