File - In this Aug. 19, 2016, file photo, Welterweight Conor McGregor flexes and yells on the scale during the weigh-in for his Saturday mixed martial arts match against Nate Diaz in UFC 202, in Las Vegas. (L.E. Baskow/Las Vegas Sun via AP)
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McGregor, who knocked out Eddie Alvarez this month to claim the lightweight crown and become the first fighter in the promotion's history to hold two UFC belts simultaneously, had previously said he did not want to give up either title.He won the featherweight crown by defeating Brazilian Aldo in 13 seconds at UFC 194 last December.The winner will then face Aldo, who was unbeaten for 10 years and made seven defenses of his UFC featherweight title before his loss to McGregor in 2017 for the unified belt.
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