"I apologise", Mr. McGregor said in court.
The judge ultimately slapped McGregor with a £350 fine - just over $416 US dollars - and even allowed him to pay his fine in installments despite the fighter just hearing north of $100 million for his fight against Floyd Mayweather in August.
McGregor appeared at Blanchardstown District Court on Thursday morning, having been caught driving at 150 km/h in a 100 km/h zone earlier this year.
He was not in Blanchardstown District Court last week when his case was called, but his business manager Alan Geraghty said he was appearing on behalf of McGregor, nicknamed the Notorious.
"This is absolute disrespect to the court", she said adding that a "bench warrant will be coming his way" is he does not turn up. He pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding and was fined €400.
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Conor McGregor has received a stern warning from an Irish judge after the MMA star failed to appear in court regarding a speeding charge for the third consecutive time.
After being fined the lightweight champion told the court: 'I apologise for that.
But judge Walsh said that if McGregor wanted to offer mitigation or make a case he "has to be here".
The case had previously been adjourned on November 6, when McGregor was also absent from the court.
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