Conor McGregor got his revenge. Now he wants a third fight on his terms.
McGregor evened the score in his rivalry with Nate Diaz by outpointing him Saturday night at UFC 202 in a rematch of their two-round welterweight thriller in March.
The two put on an action-packed fight in which McGregor came out strong and then hung on in a tiring, bloody slugfest. Two of the judges scored it 48-47 for McGregor, and the other had it 47-47.
McGregor immediately challenged Diaz to a third fight — but only if Diaz would come down to the lightweight division.
"Surprise, surprise! The king is back!" McGregor said. "If you want this trilogy, it's on my...