Conor McGregor has been convicted of assaulting a man in a Dublin pub and been subsequently fined €1,000.

McGregor, 31, today appeared in Dublin District Court concerning his assault of a man at the Marble Arch pub in Drimnagh, Dublin earlier this year.

Following McGregor’s legal team initially requesting an adjournment in October, his solicitor Michael Staines indicated to the court that the former two-weight UFC champion intended to plead guilty to the offence.

Per RTE, Judge Treasa Kelly noted McGregor’s early plea in the case and the fact he had shown remorse during sentencing.

Kelly would then say she was satisfied that compensation had been paid to the injured party and that this was not a matter for a custodial sentence.