Report: UFC Blocks Conor McGregor From Trash-Talking Holloway-Aldo Winner On Twitter?

UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor is no longer allowed to trash talk certain fighters in the UFC.

According to a source close to McGregor, the UFC champion was not allowed to say anything negative about the winner of the featherweight title fight last weekend.

At UFC 212, Max Holloway won the UFC featherweight title by defeating Jose Aldo by TKO.

McGregor has not made any statements on any of his social media accounts about Holloway becoming champion.

In his agreement to compete in a boxing match against Floyd “Money” Mayweather, McGregor agreed to not mock any champions in the UFC featherweight or lightweight division. The UFC made McGregor agree to this in order to legitimize those divisions with McGregor being absent.

McGregor has mocked any title fights at 145 or 155-pounds since winning both titles. The UFC was forced to create interim or new champions since McGregor refused to defend either title.

This agreement also means McGregor can not talk poorly about a potential interim lightweight title fight between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson.