He’s new the king of the UFC and now he’s ready for his shot at redemption. Holloway has won 12 straight, including the featherweight title since losing to McGregor via unanimous decision at UFC Fight Night 26 in 2013. While his next fight will likely be against Frankie Edgar, after the original challenger was forced to withdraw from UFC 218 due to a broken orbital bone, the man he really wants is McGregor. “I’m the champion of my division and I’ve got to keep everything rolling,” Holloway said. “I have a thrown to defend and I’m not going to go on hiatus. Max Holloway finishes Jose Aldo, again1:50 UFC: Max Holloway successfully defends his UFC Featherweight belt, downing Jose Aldo in the 3rd round at UFC 218 December 3rd 2017 a day ago /display/newscorpaustralia.com/Web/NewsNetwork/Sport news and galleries/More Sports/ “As long as I get contenders, I’m going to fight. “If UFC call me I’ll gladly fight him. If the Conor fight doesn’t happen, it’s not on my side. “Their team talks about me all the time. They talk about how I’m the best guy in the world and this and that. “Really think about this. Right now Conor is talking about fighting (37-year-old former boxer) Paulie Malignaggi in MMA. Let that sink in. I don’t know what to say.” HOLLOWAY DESTORYS ALDO IN REMATCH UFC president Dana White is still unsure whether McGregor will step foot inside the Octagon again but if he does, a rematch with Holloway will be a topic of conversation. “Who knows if Conor is even going to fight again,” White said. Conor McGregor attends his after fight party.Source:Getty Images “I’m rolling like he’s not. “Yeah, if Conor comes back and defends the title, anything is possible.” While we don’t know if we’ll ever see the rematch, McGregor threw shade at the champion after his win over Aldo. The Irishman posted a photo of a battered and bruised Holloway before the Hawaiian returned fire. I miss those sunglasses. pic.twitter.com/0fa7U9dM4Y — Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) December 3, 2017 Miss the sunglasses? I bet you also miss 2015 brother. Retired fighters love the past. pic.twitter.com/UWGnJG2KEe — Max Holloway (@BlessedMMA) December 3, 2017 While McGregor’s next move