After praising Anderson Silva’s crafty performance Saturday night against Israel Adesanya at UFC 234, Conor McGregor took things even further.When McGregor caught wind of the MMA legend saying, “I think it makes sense for me and Nick Diaz to fight in Curitiba,” the Irish fighter chimed in and tweeted: MORE: Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearFollowing Donald Cerrone’s victory at UFC Fight Night in Brooklyn last month, McGregor expressed interest in fighting the veteran with the most wins in UFC history.Considering McGregor’s suspension for his involvement in a brawl at UFC 229 last October and UFC president Dana White’s support for the former “Double Champ” returning to the Octagon this summer, it will be interesting to see if the promotion can make a fight with McGregor and Cerrone and the aforementioned trilogy scrap with Nate Diaz happen. Book it. I’ll fight Nate on it. https://t.co/ewh4aQ4E7A— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) February 10, 2019That’s right — McGregor wants his trilogy with Nate Diaz to be on the same card as an Anderson clash with Nick Diaz in Brazil.
"Conor McGregor wants trilogy fight with Nate Diaz to join Anderson Silva-Nick Diaz on same card"