Conor McGregor has been fined $150,000 by the Nevada Athletic Commission for his part in the UFC 202 Pre-Fight Press Conference melee with Nate Diaz and this is the top story on this week’s edition of The MMA Insiders Podcast with Sam Caplan and Jason Floyd.

The guys talk about how the Nevada Athletic Commission handled this hearing and what the potential fallout could be. Also, Sam and Jason discuss Greg Hardy’s intentions to transition in mixed martial arts and the contract situation involving current UFC interim featherweight champion Jose Aldo.

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    I listened to your podcast and I must say Jay Glazer and people like are being hypocrites on the Greg Hardy in MMA situation. So plenty of people are saying it is a privilege to be in the NFL or in the UFC, so Greg Hardy has no place there. So is it fine for a domestic violence person to be a janitor somewhere or a warehouse worker somewhere? So as long as the domestic violence person is out of sight and out of mind, it’s okay? So being a janitor or a warehouse worker is not a privilege? Fact is, it is a privilege to have any job. Jay Glazer and others don’t want Greg Hardy in MMA and that’s fine, but don’t think it is okay for a domestic violence person to be at any job as long as it is out of the sight of the public because his domestic violence personality would still exist.