Both Holloway And Aldo Think UFC Fans Have Seen The Last Of Conor McGregor

Both UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo and Interim UFC Featherweight Champion Max Holloway don’t think UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor will ever return to the UFC.

After winning the UFC featherweight title in 2015, McGregor left the division and never defended the championship. While both Aldo and Holloway want fights against him, neither thinks it will happen.

“Everybody still asks me if I want or if I don’t want (to fight McGregor again). That’s not up to me. That’s up to the UFC, and we know it will never happen,” Aldo said in a conference call for UFC 212.

“I don’t even know if he will come back to fight. The UFC tried to do a (second) fight and he didn’t want it, didn’t accept it because what happened will never happen again.”

On Thursday, Holloway spoke to media and shared his thoughts on McGregor.

“I think the division has moved on. With this whole Floyd Mayweather talk, and him making $50 mil or $75 mil, whatever the talk is. Would you guys come back to MMA after a fight like that?” Holloway said.

Aldo is scheduled to defend his title against Holloway on June 3 at UFC 212 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.