Conor McGregor is looking for an opponent to return to the UFC octagon next year.
The Irishman has set his sights on Max Holloway to seek a rematch as he prepares for a wheelchair boxing match against impressionist Al Foran.
‘Notorious’ who has shown on social networks his recovery process after the fracture he suffered at UFC 264 -during the UFC Vegas 42 fight- posted a video where he launched a provocation to the Hawaiian.
Without saying a word, McGregor left the door open for a rematch in 2022.
At the end of the bout against Yair Rodriguez, ‘Blessed’ spoke about his upcoming challenges.
The Hawaiian said he could have a fight against the Irishman, which would mean a rematch after more than eight years: “I’m on Conor McGregor’s shortlist,” Holloway explained.
I’m on Conor McGregor’s shortlist,
Will Holloway accept the rematch?
The only time McGregor and Holloway faced each other was in 2013. ‘Notorious’ won via decision
After winning at UFC Vegas 42, the Hawaiian has reacted to McGregor’s provocations, bragging about his record as a fighter.
Holloway reminded him that he maintains an undefeated record.
Dana White said ‘Rematch? Not yet’
“Conor is still injured. Even talking about Conor is silly.”
— Max Holloway (@BlessedMMA) November 13, 2021