Conor McGregor's Father Reacts To Rumors His Son's Life Is In Danger

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According to the Irish Independent, a "well known Irish celebrity...sports star" punched a top Irish gangster during a bar fight in Dublin on Sunday.

Judge Miriam Walsh said the UFC star has "done nothing but give fingers to the court" after failing to turn up TWICE to previously planned hearings.

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Laughably, after admitting to the judge he made $140 million for his fight with boxing star Floyd Mayweather earlier this year, he was given two months to pay the fine.

There have also been reports that McGregor was involved in some sort of bar brawl this past weekend in Ireland but nothing has ever been confirmed that the UFC champion was actually involved as police never charged him with anything.

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Nevertheless, Walsh agreed to adjourn the case until later in the day, and this time McGregor did show up to plead guilty to the speeding charge, leading to a £350 fine.

"Come and get me", McGregor, who goes by the nickname 'Notorious, ' said defiantly on Thursday when asked about the supposed threats on his life.

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"It's grown legs and it's getting that ridiculous - it's become amusing".

It came after McGregor's father, Tony, blasted claims his son was being targeted after a striking a relative of a notorious crime figure "as absolute nonsense" in an interview with the Irish Mirror. "Theres no one after us for anything". As a matter of fact, right now I'm going out to buy my TV license.

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