Live updates from Conor McGregor’s court case as UFC star faces assault charge

Live updates from Conor McGregor’s court case as UFC star faces assault charge

Max Holloway insists he has no interesting in fighting an ‘unhealthy’ Conor McGregor.

Holloway was beaten by the Irishman in 2013 before McGregor went on to win first the featherweight and then the lightweight world titles.

And ahead of his next defence against Alexander Volkanovski in December, Holloway told ESPN: “When did Conor beat Aldo? December 2015. When did he beat Eddie? November 2016. For those 12 months he ruled the world, not just UFC.

“The one thing I can remember and take away from that time was his focus. He was so focused; he decided what he wanted.

“He said stuff, he pointed to the sky, he reached for the stars and he reached for the moon and he made it happen, it was magical. That’s what drew in the world for him.

“I don’t see that same focus. If you’re going after everything, you’re not focused on anything.

“Am I interested in a pay day fight to fight him? Sure. But I’m really not interested in competing with him if he’s not at his best. He doesn’t seem healthy; he doesn’t seem right.

“If he comes back and says, ‘Hey, I beat Max when he was a kid, I want to beat him in his prime to prove I’m the best ever, then yeah, I want that chance. I want that champ, that 2015 to 2016 mentality and focus.

“For now it’s not interesting for me. Even for his fans, they want him focused. I wanna fight the best Conor McGregor ; he can go figure things out and let us know.”

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