Conor McGregor has reached a settlement with the Nevada State Athletic Commission for his part in the UFC 202 press conference melee with opponent Nate Diaz McGregor was originally fined $150,000 after he threw bottles and cans at Diaz following their press conference in August 2016 The commission voted unanimous to approve new disciplinary action on Wednesday with McGregor now being fined $25,000 along with 25 hours of community service The re-hearing for McGregor was approved just months after the Irishman declared he had no plans to fight in Nevada again before filing for judicial review of his punishment At the end of the hearing, Nevada Commission chairman Anthony Marnell suggested that Diaz also receive a re-hearing for his part in the UFC 202 melee. Next up for McGregor? His boxing license in Nevada

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