Max Holloway Throws A Hint That There Is A Possibility For Rematch With Conor Mcgregor

UFC champion Max Holloway has a desire to rematch with his fellow “The Notorious.” but it seems like Conor UFC lightweight champion is not interested in this bout.

Max Holloway (18-3 MMA, 14-3 UFC) is non-stop with 11 victories in his kitty that includes an impressive win Via TKO over his opponent Jose Aldo on June 3, 2017. Conor Mcgregor Defeated the Max Holloway Via unanimous decision at UFC fight night 26 on August 17, 2013. While Conor Mcgregor (21-3 MMA, 9-1 UFC) still considers himself a UFC featherweight champion at 145 pounds and also praised Max Holloway’s for his recent win. while Hawaiian believes, if get a chance in the reboot, he will end his fairy tale.

Holloways said a lot has changed in last four years since their last fight. He believes that Mcgregor is still holding on to that win and will never accept the rematch.

“He can go around and tell everyone he’s the featherweight champion, but he keeps forgetting numbers. It’s 2017,” Holloway said. “Imagine LeBron [James] going around and saying that he didn’t want to play against Golden State this year because he beat them the year before. That makes no sense, and Golden State ended up winning.

“People look at this sport different than other sports, and it blows my mind. The whole thing is just crazy.”

Max Holloway has an incredible career so far. In future, he might want to add the lightweight division in his kitty, and if possible he will give a chance to Conor Mcgregor to accept the challenge.

“Everybody keeps talking about 145; he’s not going to come back to 145, this and that. The whole UFC, even you I heard talking about us fighting at 155. It’s not that far off,” Holloway said. “I’m turning 26, I’m growing, so if that fight happens, it’s probably at 55. Don’t forget your boy is Hawaiian and Samoan; I love to eat. Lightweight is not out of the question.”

“People look at this sport different than other sports, and it blows my mind. The whole thing is just crazy.”

While Conor Mcgregor has bigger fights in his hands, which include trilogy fight with Nate Diaz and other top opponents like Tony Ferguson, Kevin Lee, Justin Gaethje and Khabib Nurmagomedov, so a rematch with Holloway wouldn’t be a bad idea to look for.

“At the end of the day, they want their fairytale to end, they know who to call, but they don’t want to,” Holloway proclaimed. “They want to run off into the sunset and that’s them.”

Published on October 1, 2017 at 12:00 am
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