Conor McGregor has one request if he wins the Lightweight title

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Conor McGregor has seemingly changed his attitude towards UFC President Dana White wanting to take a title away from him.

McGregor will challenge Lightweight Champion Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 and victory will see him hold both the Featherweight and Lightweight titles.

History maker

McGregor would become the first person ever to hold titles in two divisions in UFC history - until White has his say.


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White has already claimed that McGregor would have to drop one title if he beats Alvarez, White got a typical response from the Notorious.

McGregor at first claimed that it would take an army to take one of his belts away, but now he just has one request for the UFC President.

The Irish fighter seemingly just wants to make history and to do that, he just wants pictures with both titles.

"Let me go onto the side of that Octagon and raise two world titles, what's never been done before, before talking about stripping me." - McGregor's request to Dana White

Not an unreasonable request from McGregor who has already become the first man to go after two title in UFC since Georges St Pierre in 2009.

A win for McGregor would be historic but it won't be easy for him up against Alvarez.

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