Conor McGregor failed to appear before the courts in Dublin today, due to illness.
The UFC fighter was due to appear before Blanchardstown District Court in relation to several driving offences.
In all, he is facing seven charges in relation to an incident last March.
His barrister David Staunton told the court he could not attend today's session, as he was ill and attended his GP this morning.
The case relates to a driving incident that’s alleged to have taken place on the M4/M50 interchange.
Conor McGregor has failed to appear before the court over 7 driving offences today, due to illness. His hearing has been postponed to the 6th of December - 18 months after the alleged incident took place in Palmerstown.
— Mairéad Cleary (@maireadcleary7) January 11, 2023
Mr McGregor is facing seven charges, including two counts of dangerous driving, one count of careless driving and driving without insurance or a licence.
During his last appearance in November, Mr McGregor’s team put forward a proposal to be considered by the DPP, but today the court heard the parties could not resolve the matter.
Judge David McHugh set down a hearing date for December 6th.