Dana White addresses Jose Aldo's demands for Conor McGregor rematch
Victoria's Secret branches the world over are ordering extra red panties as absolutely everybody wants a taste of Conor McGregor.
The UFC featherweight champion is the single biggest draw in the history of the UFC with his ability to convert intrigue into pay-per-view buys leading to unprecedented purse figures, for both him and his opponents.
McGregor's desire to bounce between featherweight and lightweight, let alone his suggestion at a trip to 170 lbs, means that there is no scarcity of call-outs from the UFC roster.
Jose Aldo, McGregor's most recent conquest, issued a succinct ultimatum to the UFC in which he claimed that either a title fight or a rematch McGregor would be the only ones that he would accept.
"Well the problem is that's what everybody's saying now," White said on Opie with Jim Norton.
"From flyweight to heavyweight, they all want to fight Conor McGregor. It's the money fight!"
Comedian Norton pushed White for an answer on whether Aldo deserves a rematch.
"It's one of those things," White said. "We made the fight the first time and he got hurt and had to pull out.
"Then we made it again and it ended in 13 seconds. It's tough to make that fight again right away."
Aldo is going to be furious!