UFC icon Conor McGregor victorious in $5.1 Million lawsuit vs Manny Pacquiao and sends brutal warning to Artem Lobov

Conor McGregor and his legal team are seeking to obtain everything they are owed. A recent report stated that Paradigm Sports, which represents McGregor, emerged victorious in a legal dispute against Manny Pacquiao, a boxing superstar.

The judge ruled that Pacquiao had breached his contract with Paradigm Sports by not following through on recent fight negotiations. As a result, Pacquiao has been ordered to pay $5.1 million to Paradigm and $2 million in attorney fees.


McGregor commented on the outcome in a tweet that has since been deleted. He first discussed the Pacquiao verdict, and then he proceeded to threaten his former friend-turned-enemy, Artem Lobov, with whom McGregor is currently engaged in legal proceedings.

In a deleted tweet, McGregor stated that Manny Pacquiao owes $8 million in total, consisting of $5.1 million in owed payments and $2.9 million in legal fees. McGregor acknowledged that legal fees can be costly, but he sees it as part of their heavyweight operations.

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Conor McGregor Wins Legal Battle Against Manny Pacquiao

Additionally, McGregor threatened his former friend Artem Lobov. Furthermore, McGregor indicated that there would be a judgment placed on Lobov’s residence as the case progresses.

Recently, Lobov suffered a legal defeat at the hands of McGregor’s team. Lobov had requested an injunction to prevent McGregor from insulting him on social media, but the judge denied his request. McGregor had publicly insulted Lobov several times after Lobov sued him for what he believed to be unpaid profits from McGregor’s Proper No. 12 whiskey brand.

Lobov maintains that he played a crucial role in the foundation of the brand, which was reportedly sold to Proximo Spirits in 2021 for $600 million.

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Once upon a time, the two were considered inseparable. McGregor helped Lobov rise to fame when he was featured on season 22 of The Ultimate Fighter as part of McGregor’s team. However, following Lobov’s legal action against Proper No. 12, McGregor referred to him as a “rat” and an “uncooked sausage of a thing”. This led to Lobov’s unsuccessful attempt to obtain an injunction.

Regarding Pacquiao, the $5.1 million judgment comprises $3.3 million that was advanced to Pacquiao by Paradigm for a planned fight against Mikey Garcia in February 2020 that never occurred, and an additional $1.8 million in damages. Paradigm claimed that Pacquiao’s associates interfered in the negotiations between Pacquiao and Garcia, which caused Pacquiao to sign with Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Champions and Garcia to sever ties with Paradigm.

In response to comments on Twitter, McGregor acknowledged Pacquiao’s remarkable career but made it clear that the boxing legend still needs to pay up.

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