UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway welcomes Conor McGregor back to the UFC with a simple but stern message…

Current UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway holds the longest active win streak in the division. Also sharing the record for most TKO/KO wins at 145 pounds, the Hawaiian striker is blazing a trail.

Looking back four years, though, things were very different. Holloway was still a rising prospect, sharpening his teeth in the UFC octagon. Having just lost a split decision to Dennis Bermudez, ‘Blessed’ hoped to rebound against a fellow prospect.

That man was Conor McGregor, and the Irishman handed Holloway his second consecutive loss. Going on to win the featherweight world title against Jose Aldo, McGregor would later jump up to lightweight before being stripped of the belt.

Going on to win 11 straight fights after 2013, Holloway toppled Jose Aldo after the Brazilian was re-crowned, himself becoming the undisputed featherweight champion.

Max Holloway offers to end Conor McGregor’s fairytale, but he thinks the Irishman would rather ‘run off’

Holloway Believes McGregor Won’t Rematch Him

As per MMAMania.com, Holloway isn’t hopeful of a McGregor rematch. He claims he’ll ‘end the fairytale’ if the Irishman accepts:

“There’s this fairytale,” Holloway said earlier this week while speaking with MMA Tonight on SiriusXM Rush. “Everybody’s talking about him as the champion and this and that but his last four fights he’s 2-2 , one of them being questionable. He could have been 1-3 right now if we’re being totally honest.

At the end of the day, there’s this fairytale to him and this fairytale breaks if he fights someone like me and I beat him.”

“He runs his mouth, he talks the talk, and he’s been walking the walk, so touché to him,” Holloway admitted. “At the end of the day, when I talk I’m not saying stuff to try and hurt your feelings.

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Max Holloway (picture right) lands a solid right uppercut on Jose Aldo (picture left) en route to a third round TKO victory at UFC 212…

“He does it his way, I’m doing it my way. When I start running my mouth I start running facts, I start giving guys numbers, I start giving guys ideas of where I come from and where I work. He just kind of wants to get under your skin but you can’t be mad at the guy, that’s his personality.”

“At the end of the day, they want their fairytale to end, they know who to call but they don’t want to,” Holloway proclaimed. “They want to run off into the sunset and that’s them.”

Max Holloway lost a decision to Conor McGregor when they fought back in 2013…

When I speak, I speak facts and if you’re getting mad, it’s because you know it’s the truth. That guy tries to push it off a little bit more in a WWE way and that’s him, that’s fair play to him. He can do it, I can’t do that. I’m pretty sure that if a lot of people could do it, we’d be doing it.”

I’m not a hater. I respect him. He’s on his grind and he’s using it and he’s getting his, so fair play to him.”

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