UFC's Max Holloway to Conor McGregor: 'Go Figure Your Life Out'

Holloway claims that he too fought the Dubliner with an injured foot.

Unfortunately for Aldo, his second battle with Holloway this past Saturday night at UFC 218 ended in eerily similar fashion to the first, with him being battered in a vulnerable position on the ground in the closing seconds of the third round, forcing the referee to intervene and save him from unnecessary punishment.

"Jose Aldo is one of the long-reigning world champions in this sport", White said.

Regardless of what happened the first time they met, if a rematch were to happen, it would look like a completely different affair.

Holloway said: "It's all fun and games until the guy gets salty". After the 13-second defeat to Conor McGregor at UFC 194, many wondered if he was still the capable fighter that wrecked opponents like Mike Brown, Urijah Faber and Cub Swanson.

UFC champ Max Holloway says he's legitimately concerned for Conor McGregor. not because he's gonna kick his ass, but 'cause Conor could be throwing away his career.

And while he has spoken previously of his desire to negotiate improved financial terms with the UFC before returning, the 155-pound title-holder has been linked to imminent clashes with two-time foe Nate Diaz and current interim lightweight champion Tony Ferguson. "And he can live with it, he can run with it. Great for him". "The guy's a legend". He's been acting out of character lately.

Although he saw the funny side of McGregor's tweet, he sees his responsibilities as champion as no joke. I didn't care. If you want to be the best, you've got to beat the best and the best is Blessed, baby. Now, just three days after the loss, the former champion has released a statement on the fight. We'll see where it goes.