Max Holloway & Conor McGregor Comment On Frankie Edgar’s UFC 222 Performance


Former UFC Lightweight Champion Frankie Edgar suffered a first round knockout loss to Brian Ortega in the co-main event of UFC 222.

Ortega was a late replacement for the injured UFC Featherweight Champion In Max Holloway, but still managed to be the first person to ever knock Edgar out in the Octagon.

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Despite the loss to Ortega, a lot of respect was given to the former lightweight champion, with featherweight champion Max Holloway leading the way on Twitter:


UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor also gave his two cents on the matter, but wishing it was him instead of Ortega who knocked out Edgar:


McGregor made some waves a few weeks back when the lightweight champion claimed he was ready to fight Edgar on short notice, which UFC President Dana White confirmed during a UFC 222 post-fight press conference.

Edgar hasn’t announced any future plans at this time and it is unknown when the former lightweight champion will step back into the Octagon.

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