He clearly tries to attack the ref and can be seen shoving him when he gets close to him.
While McGregor may not have done too much wrong in that instance, he will be in big trouble for what he did during the Bellator event in Dublin.
It all took place at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland where Charlie Ward of Team McGregor faced John Redmond in the Spike.com preliminary card (which will air on tape delay Friday night).
Ward had just beaten Redmond when McGregor jumped into the cage to celebrate with his friend, breaching the rules of the contest.
This isn't the first time that McGregor's involvement in a teammate's fight has vexed Goddard.
McGregor eventually left the cage while continuing to shout at Goddard as he made his way out.
Goddard attempted to separate McGregor and Ward, and McGregor was irate. At UFC Gdansk several weeks ago, the Englishman stopped SBG featherweight Artem Lobov's fight with Andre Fili to tell McGregor, who was pacing around and shouting instruction from cageside, to pipe down. This resulted in a full-on fracas, with members of security pulling McGregor away. McGregor was not a licensed participant for the event as a cornerman, entered the cage and put his hands on an official.
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