'Come And Get Me': Connor McGregor Responds To Threats From Irish Gang

Rosalie Stanley
Декабря 1, 2017

The UFC star was due to appear at Blanchardstown District Court this morning but initially failed to show.

The judge said that a "bench warrant will be coming in his direction if he's not here". You can tell him about my ire.

Appearing in court, the UFC fighter boasted to the judge that he earned £140million in one day as he was slapped with a speeding fine.

His comments came following a court appearance for a speeding ticket he received in a Dublin suburb March 31.

"What I heard was that I tried my best to pay for it". Judge Walsh then fined McGregor €400 and gave him two months to pay, adding that he could "pay by instalments".

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It's unclear whether McGregor was saying "come and get me" to the press or to the mob.

Judge Walsh had earlier forced McGregor to go to the courthouse in person after his solicitor Graham Kenny attempted to explain aspects of the case to the court.

However, shortly after the case was adjourned for the third time, reports surfaced confirming that the MMA star had finally arrived at the court after McGregor's solicitor had stated that he would contact his client regarding an urgent appearance. I'm sorry but this is absolute disrespect to the court.

Upon pleading guilty, Judge Miriam Walsh asked a question that, to anyone else, would be kinda rude - not when you're Conor McGregor, though.

The court was then adjourned and at some point late in the morning McGregor was spotted rolling up to the courthouse in a BMW sports auto. If that is not paid within 28 days, the fine increases to €120 (£105).

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