Conor McGregor Scolded By Referee At UFC Gdansk

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Conor McGregor returned to the Octagon last night and, unsurprisingly, made all the headlines.

Lobov was taking on Andre Fili on the preliminary card and "The Notorious" received a loud cheer when he was introduced to the crowd.

All six of Lobov's UFC bouts went the distance, including a five-round "fight of the night" war with Cub Swanson this past April.

Shortly after the fight's conclusion, Lobov took to social media to express to fans that he is thinking about the next step in his fighting career, which could be retirement. In between rounds, McGregor was asked to calm down and remain professional by referee Marc Goddard such was the Irishman's feverish support.

While McGregor got a warning for what he said during the fight, he might be in even bigger trouble for the words he said before.

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Kieran Powell and Shai stabilised the innings with a 75-run partnership, during which Powell brought up his half-century. His teammates let him down, though, and he finished 10 short of a third century in his last five innings.

McGregor was apparently blurring the lines of becoming a cornerman for Lobov, of which he already had the full allotment, by walking too close to the cage to give his advice.

Sportsmail has contacted UFC for comment.

He has, however, been ordered to defend his lightweight UFC title against Tony Ferguson.

The 29-year-old was just the third fighter to become a two-division UFC champion and the first fighter to hold two belts simultaneously.

"You can be fooled by [Mayweather] if you want to be fooled by him".

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