Conor McGregor has responded to Jose Aldo's most recent comments about their fight back in 2015 - that saw McGregor win in 13 seconds.
McGregor dominated Aldo at UFC 194 back in 2015 with the swift knockout that shocked the entire MMA world.
Brazilian fighter Aldo has recently discussed the loss and 'Notorious' responded by adding the post to his Instagram story.
The victory saw McGregor go on to become a household name, but Aldo explained that he didn't see the loss coming.
"We never expect to lose - and lose like that," the 33-year-old told Cris Cyborg on her YouTube channel.
"It's a sport and it's 50-50, of course, it could happen one day. As long as we're fighting, losing is a possibility, but I was so confident in my head going into this fight. 'No, I'm super well-prepared, I can't see how this guy wins.'
"For everything that was said and everything that was going on, my team and I were positive that we would get there and defeat him. And that's not what happened."
However, Aldo explained that the loss motivated him to return to the octagon stronger than ever, with an even more intense training regime.
"Right after that I said, 'no, I'm the champion, that was only one fact that will never happen again in my life. That's why I have to train twice as hard, see the mistakes I made and never make them again."
Aldo also saw himself mentally dominated in the build up to the fight, with McGregor constantly pushing his buttons in his trademark manner.
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