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According to UFC President Dana White, a rubber match between Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor isn't happening ... at least not for a while.

"The war was fun and super successful but I'm movin' on," White told TMZ.

The pair met for the second time this past weekend, but fans were already clamoring for a third fight just moments after the decision was read. It seems like those hopes have been dashed though, as TMZ reports that White has closed the books on a trilogy.

Additionally, White has given McGregor two options: return to the 145 division to face Jose Aldo to unify the featherweight title or, vacate the featherweight title and face Eddie Alvarez at 155.

McGregor already said he isn't "excited" for another fight with Aldo, but is he prepared to give up the belt he fought so hard to get?

Which option do you think he should pick? Which one do you think he will pick?


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