Conor McGregor loses driving privileges for six months


McGregor pleaded guilty to going over the 100kph speed limit at Blackchurch on the N7, Kill, Co Kildare on October 11, 2017.

The former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion was also fined €1,000 (£880).

The Irish fighter apologised as he appeared to answer a speeding charge at a district court in Naas, Co Kildare, which was packed with young fans.

Speaking outside the court, McGregor stated that he, "Needs to driver safer". In November 2017, McGregor was due in court on a different speeding charge, but showed up hours late after spending time Instagramming his clothes and shoes. During the proceedings, it was revealed that McGregor had 12 prior traffic offenses over the past 10 years, including speeding, driving while holding a mobile phone, driving in a bus lane and running a red light.

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The bout was McGregor's first in the UFC in just under two years but the Crumlin native was soundly defeated by Khabib via a fourth-round submission.

"The speed here is at the high end", Judge Zaidan said. Speed kills and that is what makes speeding unsafe.

His last opponent, Khabib Nurmagomedov has come forward, however, and said that it's possible for him and McGregor to settle their rivalry.

A mass brawl involving both sides erupted inside and outside of the Octagon after the fight. In April, he attacked a bus with rival Khabib Nurmagomedov and other UFC fighters at the Barclays Centre in NY just days before UFC 223.