“I think it’s tough. And I’ll say this: I don’t think he will have any belt by the end of the year. And everyone will forget him. He has this dream, this goal, but you can be sure that he won’t have any (belt) by the end of the year. A fight is a fight and you have to respect the other side. But, I see Rafael with the (Lightweight) belt and the (Featherweight) belt back to me. That’s a fact.”
— Three world titles? More like no world titles. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight champion Conor McGregor will attempt to make history on March 5, 2016, when he looks to dethrone Rafael dos Anjos from the top of the Lightweight mountain at UFC 196 and become the first man to hold two titles form different divisions simultaneously. After that, “Notorious” and his camp have even hinted at the possibility of moving up to Welterweight to do the unfathomable and win that title, too. But, according to former 145-pound kingpin Jose Aldo — who was knocked out by McGregor at UFC 194 — the fiery Irishman will be beltless be year’s end. That’s because he fully expects “RDA” to take care of business come fight night. Furthermore, “Scarface” is confident he’ll get his rematch against Conor and reclaim his 145-pound strap. Should that happen, this little dream will be pretty much squashed.
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