McGregor is now banned from fighting after the Nevada Athletic State Commission (NSAC) gave him a six-month backdated ban for the role he played in the post-fight brawls that marred his UFC 229 loss to Nurmagomedov.
Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone is known for being ready to fight anyone at any time and if you remember he said yes' to a short notice fight vs. Mike Perry at UFC 226.
However, White, talking to MMA Junkie on Friday, admitted he would "like to see Conor fight this summer".
McGregor received a six-month suspension, backdated to the day of UFC 229, and a €50,000 (€43,750) fine by the Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) which will permit him to fight in the Octagon again from April 6.
It started off great ... with Floyd Sr. stickin' and movin' and throwing some pretty quick shots - but, when the other guy started to fight back, it didn't go well for the old man. The main card airs on pay-per-view following prelims on ESPN and UFC Fight Pass.