“[Holloway vs. McGregor] was on a very short list for UFC if everything went well in [Conor’s] last fight and it didn’t,” the 29-year-old Hawaiian told TMZ Sports in L.A.
“And I don’t wanna kick a dog when it’s down. At the end of the day, we’ll see what happens.”
McGregor defeated Holloway in a 3 round unanimous decision when they first clashed back in 2013 — but Max has developed into one of the best fighters in the UFC and currently seems to be at the height of his powers.
He’s coming off a DOMINANT victory over respect UFC feather Calvin Kattar in January where Max set a record for most significant strikes landed in a fight with 445!!!
McGregor, on the other hand, seems to be a shell of when he used to be. He’s coming off a 2 round knockout at the hands of Dustin Poirier.