Conor McGregor was the champion of two UFC weight classes for all of two weeks until the UFC stripped him of the featherweight title last weekend. He hasn’t fought as a featherweight in almost a year, and the UFC vacated his title in part to spice up UFC 206's new main event and make it a title fight. McGregor hasn’t formally commented on the UFC’s decision yet, but this evening gave a response of sorts the only way he knows how: by relentlessly trolling the UFC.
Ariel Helwani and Brett Okamoto both report that McGregor has registered for his boxing license in California. This theoretically sets the table for the long-hyped fight between McGregor and Floyd Mayweather, which will never happen, especially consider he’s still under contract with the UFC.