Conor McGregor Goes Berserk And Starts On Referee

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After exiting the cage, McGregor decided he was not finished with his thoughts regarding the situation (Warning: NSFW language).

It wouldn't be like the Notorious to sit quietly and take in the action though, he's the talk of the event despite the fact he's not even fighting. McGregor tackled Ward in celebration inside the cage before Goddard and another official came over to intervene.

Conor McGregor has just gone berserk on a referee.

The Bellator 187 event took place Friday evening in Dublin and is scheduled to air on tape delay in the US on Spike TV.

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McGregor eventually left the cage as the chaos simmered down, but immediately after leaving through the cage door, he went for a run around the cage and pumped up the crowd. At UFC Fight Night 118, Goddard stopped a fight between Artem Lobov and Andre Fili to order McGregor to stop coaching from outside the cage. The UFC is now in negotiations regarding McGregor's potential return in December, according to recent comments by president Dana White.

In addition to Friday's encounter with Goddard in the cage, McGregor also struck a member of the athletic commission who was attempting to prevent McGregor from entering the cage a second time.

In another video that TMZ shared, McGregor was shown trying to get back into the ring after security guards finally managed to get him to leave. It will be interesting to see what, if anything, the UFC does to punish McGregor.