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Conor McGregor discusses meeting with White: We set aside our emotions

SB NationSB Nation 20/05/2016 Anton Tabuena

© Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Watch Conor McGregor discuss his meeting with UFC heads Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta.

Conor McGregor met face-to-face with Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta in Beverly Hills Wednesday night.

According to the featherweight champ, his relationship with the UFC brass has improved since controversy first started back in April.

"I met with Dana and Mr. Fertitta," McGregor told ESPN. "Good conversation like it always is. We have a good relationship."

"It is what it is. It happens. This is the fight game. Sometimes emotions get into it, but it's important to recognize that emotions have no place in business.

That's essentially what it was last night," he said. "We just set it aside. There's no place for emotions in this. We are doing beautiful things."

"So let's continue. Let's fix it and let's continue."

After a disagreement stemming from media obligations, McGregor was eventually pulled from the headlining spot at UFC 200.

The meeting reportedly lasted for two hours to discuss his future, although it is unclear at this time whether they will push through with the Nate Diaz rematch, or move on to a featherweight title defense.

Prior to this, McGregor had been linked to a boxing match with Floyd Mayweather.

While many doubt that the fight can be finalized, 'Money' has been confident it would happen, and adamant that he'll only come out of retirement for the UFC champ.

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