Filed under: Featured Videos , News , UFC , Videos LAS VEGAS – Despite threats from UFC President Dana White to strip him of the featherweight championship, Conor McGregor is noncommittal about the weight at which his next fight will occur after beating Nate Diaz in the UFC 202 main event. After suffering a second-round submission loss to Diaz (19-11 MMA, 14-9 UFC) at UFC 196 in March, McGregor (20-3 MMA, 8-1 UFC) avenged his lone octagon defeat in Saturday’s pay-per-view main event at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas when he won a competitive and entertaining majority decision. Related: UFC 202 results: Conor McGregor edges Nate Diaz by majority decision in all-out war McGregor has not defended the 145-pound title since he beat Jose Aldo in 13 seconds to take the gold at UFC 194 in December. Aldo became the interim champion when he bested Frankie Edgar at UFC 200 in July, seemingly setting up a rematch with McGregor. “The Notorious” said he’s not all that interested in the fight, though, and balked at White’s threats the belt would be taken away.