After Max Holloway’s TKO victory against Jose Aldo in the main event of UFC 218 in Detroit, Michigan, he stated he’d be happy to take on the Irishman again. “Like I said, I’m the champion of my division and I’ve got to keep everything rolling,” Holloway said during the post-fight press conference. “But if UFC call me out for that reason, any reason for fighting him, I’ll gladly fight him. If the Conor fight don’t happen, it’s not on my side, I’ll tell you guys right now. “It’s not on my side. It’s on their team. Their team is talking about me all the time, they’re talking about how I’m the best guy in the world blah, blah, blah, this and that. “Right now, Conor — really think about this, right now Conor is talking about fighting Paulie Malignaggi in MMA. Just let that sink in, you know. Paulie Malignaggi in MMA. I don’t know what to say. I don’t know what to say after that.” It didn’t take long for McGregor to respond, taking to social media to pot shot the current featherweight champion. I miss those sunglasses. A post shared by Conor McGregor Official (@thenotoriousmma) on Dec 3, 2017 at 9:03am PST Holloway, who has not lost since that defeat to McGregor, was quick to respond and reminded McGregor of his long and impressive list of records. Miss the sunglasses? I bet you also miss 2015 brother. Retired fighters love the past. — Max Holloway (@BlessedMMA) December 3, 2017 UFC president Dana White wouldn’t be drawn on the prospect of a rematch. “Again, like I said last week to everybody who was at my office, who knows if Conor is even going to fight again? So, I’m rolling like he’s not,” White said during the presser. “So, yeah, if Conor comes back and defends the title and, you know, anything is possible.” McGregor currently holds the lightweight title and number one contender Tony Ferguson looms as the most realistic opponent. If Holloway’s impressive UFC run continues, don’t count out McGregor shedding the weight to try and claim back the featherweight title.