Conor McGregor responds to Max Holloway

Conor McGregor is ready for Max Holloway reamatch in the future.

Holloway (22-6 MMA, 18-6 UFC) said both before and after his all-time performance against Calvin Kattar that he was highly interested in running it back with the Irishman.

“I thought it was a solid performance,” McGregor told The Mac Life. “He fought an up-and-comer, he done well. I was actually doing an interview and he skateboarded by the window. I was like, ‘Is that Max Holloway?’ He’s obviously hanging around and fair play to him. He’s definitely in the pipeline for a bout against me. I would happily rematch Max, and after a performance like, he’s put himself right up there.”

McGregor, who rematches Dustin Poirier in the main event of UFC 257 on Saturday in Abu Dhabi, said a said encounter with Holloway would have different circumstances than the first fight, which took place in August 2013 and he won by unanimous decision.

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“He’s a tall lad,” McGregor said. “He’s taller than me, so he could build up. He’s only fought at 155 once. It was against Dustin. He was a bit out-powered, but he could certainly do it. Against other lightweights? You never know. But the rematch would be 155, for sure.”

Holloway said in the midst of his fight against Kattar that he was the best boxer in the UFC.

“He’s not the best boxer,” McGregor said. “It’s no question, and I’ll prove that on Sunday morning. Let’s see what he says Sunday morning.”

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