Conor Mcgregor, a UFC lightweight champion took to Instagram on Friday, to take a jab on UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway.
To remind you, McGregor defeated Holloway, back in 2013, at UFC Fight Night 26. However, since then, Max Holloway has transformed into the fighter he is today by getting better. Since then Holloway has gone on an extraordinary 12 fight win streak.
In this post, McGregor reminded the world that he was able to beat a young Holloway with a badly injured leg.
“This was just moments after I tore my ACL in a fight in Boston Massachusetts.
It was when I faced off against the current featherweight champion Max Holloway, who I dismantled before and after this ligament tear, to win a lopsided victory.
It was father against son in there that night in just my second UFC bout.
Young Max is a hell of a fighter, I wonder what the future holds for my young Uce.
Ligaments are needed in a fight definitely. Some can fight on however, where as some can not.
I always think there are moments in your career that can make you or break you. I have had many in my storied career and this was most certainly one of them. God bless. Boston Strong.”
It didn’t take long for Holloway to fire back, he expertly mocked Mcgregor for his constant pursuit of the money fights, and for his failure to defend either of the belts he’s won in the UFC.
“This was just moments after I dabbed in the octagon with my son after a fight in Detroit Michigan.
It was when I faced off against the former featherweight champ and legend Jose Aldo who I stopped for the second time.
It was a great legend against me in there that night in just my first title defense.
Aldo is a hell of a fighter, I wonder what the future holds for my Brazilian brother.
Getting paid is needed in a fight definitely.
Some can find the motivation to defend no matter what however where as some can not.
I always think there is a moment in your career that make you a true champion. It’s when you find the motivation to keep earning what you already have, to defend. I have had one in my blessed career and this was most certainly the first of many
What do you think of Max Holloway’s recent social media response to Conor Mcgregor?