UFC president Dana White made it clear that Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz won’t fight for a third time.
The two electric UFC stars split their two previous fights, with Diaz winning the first and McGregor winning the second at UFC 202. (SLIDESHOW: These Are The Sexiest Photos Of Ronda Rousey On The Internet)
However, their days against each other are done. “The war was fun and super successful but I’m movin’ on,” White told TMZ Sports about the prospect of a third fight. (RELATED: The UFC Octagon Girls Brought Some Serious Heat For UFC 202 [PHOTOS])
White also added that McGregor’s options for his next fight will be either to face Jose Aldo at his current weight or to fight Eddie Alvarez at 155 pounds. (SLIDESHOW: UFC Star Arianny Celeste Is Nearly Nake
The Irish-born fighter’s $3 million for UFC 202 is the highest payout for a single fight in the history of UFC.