Nevada Athletic Commission really took advantage of the situation with Conor McGregor and the bottle throwing.
Dana white said “It pissed him off so much that Conor said he will never fight in Vegas again.”
So what did it cost him?
The Nevada Attorney General recommended a fine of $25,000 fine and 25 community service.
Instead, McGregor was given a $150,000 fine and 50 hours of work in the community “to be taught a lesson” and “humbled as it relates to dealing with the public.”
Pat Lundvall and commissioner Michon Martin had suggested taking a 10 percent cut of McGregor’s UFC 202 fight purse so it could have been worse.