In the aftermath of Conor McGregor's bloody rematch with Nate Diaz, Dana White has confirmed that a third fight will not happen just yet.
McGregor got even with Diaz at UFC 202 with a majority decision victory in what turned out to be one of the greatest UFC fights of all time.
The two scrappers went the full five rounds in a war where both men gave as good as they got. McGregor dominated early, but, like in the first meeting, Diaz continued to move forward and hurt him.
Neither fighter could do enough damage to finish their opponent and in the end, it was McGregor's early onslaught and the second wind he caught for the fourth round that made the difference.
While McGregor's technical skills were on full display, Diaz's bravery in taking a number of heavy blows and remaining in the fight was magnificent.
However, talk of an immediate third bout between the two was thwarted by UFC president Dana White afterwards.
"We're definitely not doing this a third time right now," he said,
"I don't think there’s anybody that doesn't want to see this fight again, but Conor’s either going to go defend his title or give his title up and then we'll figure out where to go from there.
"Conor has to defend his title or make a decision to give it up or whatever he wants to do. I don't know, I gotta sit down and see what’s next. If I was Conor, I'd defend my title."