Max Holloway, a former UFC featherweight champ, claims he is sick of Conor McGregor's cyberbullying. He doesn't wanna let someone talk random things when he even isn't his weight class. Max Holloway is the only 145-pound division fighter that Conor McGregor was unable to finish. Conor has moved to Lightweight, and Holloway plans to stay in the Featherweight division and try to win the belt again. But looks like McGregor simply won't stop trolling and calling Holloway via various "interesting" names. (via MMAMania.com) The guy keeps jabbing at me and jabbing at me,\u201d Holloway\u00a0said on The MMA Hour.\u00a0\u201cAnd every time I reply they\u2019re like, \u2018Why are you doing this? Why are you replying?\u2019 I\u2019m like, \u2018Did you guys ever get picked on? You guys like getting picked on? Stand up for your damn self.\u2019 Then the one time I finally \u2014 this guy goes and throws a juicy underhand pitch, I take a swing at it and hit it out of the park, and everybody\u2019s all salty. They\u2019re like, \u2018Aw, you\u2019re looking for a money .\u2019\u201d From the beginning of February, these two are in a cyber war. They had a lot of sparring sessions in the social media. But Max Holloway says it is not all about fighting but shutting cyber bully's mouth. \u201cI ain\u2019t looking for a money fight,\u201d Max declared. \u201cThis guy\u2019s been trying to bully me the whole time. He\u2019s enjoying his retired life, talking about all this kind of wild stuff, and then the one time I attack him, you guys get on me. Get out of here with that stuff. I know what\u2019s on the timetable, and the timetable right now is Ortega, so that\u2019s my full focus.\u201d Brian Ortega defeated Max Holloway but he earned ankle injury, so his appearance is currently under a question mark. Preliminary plans include a match in UFC 226 or UFC 227. When it comes to Conor McGregor, everybody is expecting him to face the winner of Tony Ferguson vs Khabib Nurmagomedov fight, which is set for UFC 223. As long as Conor has a scheduled opponent, his random trolling of Max Holloway will probably continue. Don't be surprised if you hear more of these unfounded provocations and insults.