No one is taking that belt from Conor McGregor.

Despite the UFC stating that Conor McGregor has "relinquished" his featherweight title, the Irish sensation is still proudly carrying two world title belts around the world with him.

McGregor became the first UFC fight to hold two world titles simultaneously when he KO'd Eddie Alvarez to win the lightweight title, less than 12 months after beating Jose Aldo in just 13 seconds for the featherweight crown.

Jose Aldo was named as the "interim" featherweight champion this month and while McGregor is no longer officially king of that division, he's still carrying the belt around and calling himself the real two-weight world champion.

Speaking at a Q&A in Belfast last week, McGregor spoke about how he wasn't giving up his belt without a fight:

"They’re trying to strip me, and I was like, ‘Well, I ain’t stripped, I still got that belt.’ That belt is still in my home right now. I’m still the two-weight world champion. Someone’s gotta come take that off me. I see articles, I see stuff online. But I don’t see the belt not in my presence. There are two world titles in my home."

It's never dull with Conor.

[via Bloody Elbow]