Conor McGregor doesn't plan on unifying the featherweight titles anytime soon it appears.
The UFC featherweight champion would rather fight a rematch with Nate Diaz, delivering a message to Diaz over Instagram on Sunday morning.
"Nobody gives a f*ck about these other fights until this one is settled. Cut the bullsh*t. Run it back. #RealFight," McGregor wrote.
After being pulled from UFC 200 for skipping a press conference in Las Vegas, McGregor was slated to fight the winner of Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar sometime later this summer/early fall, according to UFC president Dana White.