Conor McGregor Goes Berserk And Starts On Referee

Conor McGregor Goes Berserk And Starts On Referee

UFC President Dana White is insistent that Conor McGregor's next opponent is the interim lightweight champion, Tony Ferguson.

MMA star Conor McGregor invaded the octagon at the Bellator 187 event in Dublin on November 10 leading to a clash with referee Marc Goddard. Even more, he brought attention to Bellator MMA, UFC's chief rival.

McGregor then followed Goddard across the cage before giving him a slight shove him in the back, just before officials intervened.

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As Peter Carroll of MMAFighting.com notes, McGregor has a history with Goddard. The card, which took place at 3Arena and was headlined by featherweights AJ McKee and Brian Moore, will air Friday evening on tape delay in the U.S. McGregor was so vocal and animated during Lobov's fight with Andre Fili that Goddard paused the action in the cage to give McGregor a tongue-lashing.

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 continued yelling and kept trying to get at Goddard. Another video has surfaced on Twitter showing McGregor continuing his bad behaviour after the earlier incident.

Over the past few weeks, McGregor has said that he's happy to return to the UFC for whatever fight they offer him after he's given co-promoter status as well seeking some sort of equity such as partial ownership in the company.

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