Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz threw cups, water bottles, cans, and other objects at one another during their now-infamous UFC 202 press conference in August 2016. McGregor was later fined $25,000 by the Nevada State Athletic Commission for it, and he’s now facing a lawsuit that could force him to pay a man who was at the press conference an additional $95,000. The man claims he was hit by a can of Monster energy drink during the melee, which caused him to have to pay thousands of dollars in medical costs. McGregor and his camp have denied any wrongdoing, but a Nevada court has refused to dismiss the lawsuit.
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