Conor McGregor Reminds Holloway Who The Real Alpha At 145 Is, Roasts The Champ Following UFC 218

If you’re UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor, the UFC 218 main event between two men you beat, fighting for a world title that you never lost, might be comical. And in a new reaction to the fight, Conor McGregor roasted Max with a reminder of who the real alpha is at featherweight, and what happened when the two fought.

Though Holloway is on a 12 fight winning streak, it would be longer if not for his 2013 loss at the hands of “The Notorious” one.

Max Holloway’s first defense of his world title was a successful one, taking out the division’s GOAT Jose Aldo, in round 3, just like their first scrap.

And while his performance was impressive against Aldo, Conor McGregor dispatched the legend, not in three-rounds, but in just 13 seconds, with a brutal knockout, the only of Aldo’s career.

So, as such, it makes sense that McGregor remind the champ who the real alpha at featherweight is.

In a new statement to his Twitter, Conor McGregor posted a photo and a diss to “Blessed”.

Check it out:

“I miss those sunglasses”

The photo was taken after the two fought in Boston, back in 2013, and it’s a reminder of just how good Conor McGregor truly is.

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