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The UFC fighter Conor McGregor stands with his new Lamborghini called "Flamehrower."
Irish UFC fighter Conor McGregor is banned from driving for six months and fined € 1,000 (€ 1,655) for speeding in his home country.
Thursday (New Zealand time) judge Desmond Zaidan disqualified "The Notorious" after he, on December 11, 2017, found guilty of violating the 100kmh speed limit at N7 in Kildare County.
McGregor, a former UFC light and lightweight champion, faced four traffic costs, speeding, driving without a license, no license point, and Garda [police] the station
All driving license fees were withdrawn after McGregor pleaded guilty to driving at 154 km / h.
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According to the RTE report, McGregor said: "I need to drive more safely" after I'm guilty.
McGregor, 30, wearing a blue suit, apologizes because he seems to have responded to speeding at the Naasan District Court in Kildare County.
During his time, McGregor bombed when he arrived and left the courtroom. After learning out of court, McGregor said, "Just have to go safer, right?"
He added: "I'm sorry, I'm taking it out to get paid."
When he asked if he would slow down in the future, he said, "yes."
Judge Zaidan, inside the courtroom, stressed McGregor that the risk of speeding up may be "catastrophic and volatile."
Judge Zaidan said: "The higher the speed, the greater the risk, because the speed here is higher. The speed kills, which means that speed is dangerous.
McGregor had 12 previous races.
He and disagreement are never far from each other.
In October, McGregor was forced to play a rush against Khabib Nurmagomedov after Russians presented UFC 229.
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McGregor and Nurmagomedov in October suspended the Nevada Athletic Commission for a fight that broke out inside and outside the octave after their lightweight title in the fight in Las Vegas.
Nurmagomedov, who was welcomed by Russian President Vladimir Putin after returning from Lasvegas to Moscow, responded with an angry Instagram post stating that he was unfairly punished.
He complained that the discipline was not related to the incident in Brooklyn, New York, when McGregor demolished the Nurmagomedova bus window rails after Nurmagomedov had been in contact with a McGregor team earlier.
"They could have killed someone there, why nobody says anything about touching my homeland, religion, people, family?" Nurmagomedov posted.
"We have defended our honor, and this is the most important thing. We are planning to end."