Conor McGregor Bounces Back With Motivating Instagram Post After Last Night's Fight

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Ahead of his UFC 196 loss to Nate Diaz, the colorful Conor McGregor posted a video of him emulating Vince McMahon's signature walk, while singing "No Chance In Hell" on his Facebook account. "Time to a rematch, pussy". Aldo - who sat atop many pound-for-pound lists prior to the fight - seeks to gain revenge after McGregor scored a scintillating 13-second knockout of the Brazilian at UFC 194. "People are still going to question him against me.”. So that's my personal opinion, but like I said, I'm not the decision-maker on that'.

Shit happens. I'll take this loss like a man.

"He could be sitting across there; he could be sitting where Nate's sitting now".

"He said anytime, any place, anywhere. and then it wasn't anytime, any place, anywhere".

"Now another man gets a victory over me, and he celebrates it?" That's the sign of a runner-up. "That's not the sign of a champion".

Frankie Edgar wants to help Conor Mc Gregor. Frankie at least gets in there and competes. I will not change who I am.

Seems like you can't keep a fighter down for long.

Jose Aldo went on a Brazilian TV show where he said that he missed the main event of UFC 196 because he was watching porn. We had a great fight, but everybody knows the result. Of course that anyone goes down if you connect a blow in the chin. Now, after a performance like that, he's going to have even more haters. He has hands of soap.

"He quit, couldn't take it anymore, wanted to run away", he said of McGregor's jiu-jitsu. "He always hits and nobody ever feels it". "He's a p*ssy. He went down and quit". He looked like a child, getting slapped in the face “.

Rather than put an arm around the shoulder of the featherweight champion, "The Answer" wants to also help himself in the process. Will this earn Aldo a rematch at UFC 200?

Aldo, who had not lost for nearly 10 years when McGregor delivered a first round knockout three months ago, has set his sights on overtaking No 1 contender Frankie Edgar, which would set up a rematch with "The Notorious" if and when he returns to 145lbs.