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Conor McGregor Says “Call me no Press, Most Press”, Argues He’s Biggest Draw in MMA History

Kelsey Mowatt

Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor isn’t fighting at UFC 200 any longer, but he’s doing his part to stay in the headlines and keep people talking about another scrap with Nate Diaz.

It’s been a couple of weeks now since McGregor was axed from UFC 200, after he refused to commit to the promotional schedule, which has been booked for the July 9th card. McGregor has pressured the UFC to rebook his rematch with Diaz for the event, but by all indications, that’s not going to happen.

McGregor hadn’t been saying much about the highly publicized rift, but in the last couple of days, he’s been much more active on social media. Case in point, today McGregor responded to several questions on Twitter, including UFC 200, whether he should fight Diaz at welterweight, and his drawing power. One thing seems pretty, pretty, clear, McGregor isn’t ready to move on from his loss to Diaz.

Here is some of what the outspoken fighter had to say:

Former 145 champ Jose Aldo is scheduled to fight Frankie Edgar for the interim belt at UFC 200.


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