After a slightly underwhelming UFC 200 last night, attention has already turned to the bumper UFC 202 card - headlined by a rematch between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz.
The fight will be contested once again at 170 pounds, with McGregor itching to avenge his lost to the Californian at UFC 196 earlier in the year.
McGregor was sat ringside last night and was very much involved in the storyline at UFC 200. Jose Aldo's victory over Frankie Edgar earned him the interim featherweight title, setting up a rematch with McGregor later in the year.
But McGregor has business to conduct on August 20, but has vowed to return to the featherweight division and continue his reign of supremacy on it.
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