Conor McGregor‘s commitment to the UFC featherweight division, where he already holds a championship belt, has come into question recently, as he gets set to rematch Nate Diaz at UFC 202 in the welterweight division.
Those who question him show know that he’ll likely have to keep that featherweight belt around his waist if he intends to reach a lofty goal that he’s set for himself.
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Despite the loss to Nate Diaz in their first fight, McGregor fully intends to hold UFC belts in two or even three weight classes at one time.
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