Conor McGregor still wants back on the monumental UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) event on July 9, 2016 as he sent out a late post on Instagram saying that it's time to cut the "BS" and put the Nate Diaz rematch back on.
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McGregor was set to headline the blockbuster event opposite Diaz until he was pulled by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) officials for failing to fulfill his media obligations.
White has already declared that he is going to add one more fight to the historic PPV card, however, he was just as adamant when he said McGregor would have no part in it.
Perhaps if Diaz does a bit more lobbying on his end, Dana may change his tune.
As of Now, UFC 200 will feature a rematch between current Light Heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier taking on Jon Jones, while Miesha Tate defending her women's Bantamweight title against Amanda Nunes. Also, Jose Aldo.and Frankie Edgar meet for the interim Featherweight title while Cain Velasquez makes his long-awaited return against Travis Browne and much more.
But it's not like they matter, according to Conor.
And if you're looking for a reason as to why Conor is still lobbying to get back on UFC 200 well, here's $10 million of them.