Conor McGregor Warned By Referee For Cageside Behavior

Conor McGregor got a little attention at UFC Fight Night 118 in Poland.

During the preliminary card for UFC Fight Night 118, Conor McGregor's teammate Artem Lobov faced off with Andre Fili. Before it was time for Lobov to fight, McGregor appeared in the crowd wearing a suit and catching the attention of nearly everyone in the Ergo Arena. UFC tweeted when McGregor arrived.

During Lobov's bout, McGregor could be seen screaming encouragements and instructions to Lobov even though he was not in Lobov's corner. UFC tweeted an image of McGregor and called him "coach."

Eventually, the referee Marc Goddard warned McGregor about his distracting behavior. Goddard paused the fight in order to tell McGregor to reign in his enthusiasm. McGregor replied with "my bad" however McGregor was still seen shouting and pacing near the cage.

Lobov was defeated in a unanimous decision by Fili. Lobov's record fell to 2-4 in the UFC and 13-14-1 overall in mixed-martial-arts. Fili improved his UFC record to 5-4 and his overall record to 17-5.

McGregor has not fought in UFC since he won the UFC Lightweight Championship at UFC 205 and McGregor currently has no return bout scheduled.

Fightful MMA is providing live coverage of UFC Fight Night 118 in Poland. A recapping podcast will also follow the event.

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