Conor McGregor, former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion, has expressed his willingness to face Max Holloway in a potential rematch. The two fighters met in August 2013, with McGregor emerging victorious in a unanimous decision.
While McGregor is currently preparing for his return against Michael Chandler, Holloway has called out the Irishman, stating that he would love to fight him again. Holloway is confident in his abilities and believes that he and McGregor are now two different fighters from when they first met.
“I would love to fight Conor,” Holloway said during a recent interview. “There’s a lot of questions, a lot of unknowns. We’re just two different fighters from when we fought back then.” (Read more about it: Max Holloway, former UFC featherweight champion is yearning for a chance to face Conor McGregor in a rematch)
“I’m never retiring so we defo fighting, lad”
McGregor responded to Holloway’s comments on Twitter, expressing his interest in the potential rematch. He also made it clear that he has no plans to retire, leaving the door open for a future fight between the two.
Fans are undoubtedly excited about a rematch between two of the sport’s biggest names. It would be a battle between two fighters who have grown and evolved since their first encounter, making for an even more thrilling and unpredictable fight.
We can only hope that McGregor and Holloway will meet again in the octagon, giving fans a fight they will never forget. In the meantime, we eagerly await McGregor’s return against Chandler.