- 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.

- At the UFC 196 post-fight press conference, McGregor said he would still like to compete on UFC 200 in July, which is four months away. McGregor, still the Featherweight Champion mentioned Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar as possible opponents, and said that Aldo deserved a re-match, but he never shows up to fight, whereas Edgar's word is good.

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- McGregor also took to Facebook to say he wasn't going to change who he was because of the loss, and challenged other champions to try to move up two weight divisions. The Irishman had choice words for Jose Aldo and Rafael dos Anjos as well.

I stormed in and put it all on the line. I took a shot and missed. I will never apologize for taking a shot.s--t...

Posted by Conor McGregor on Sunday, March 6, 2016

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