Jose Aldo claims Conor McGregor is far more mellow character away from the cameras

"He sees a little camera or some Irish people, and the guy changes"

Jose Aldo, Conor McGregor, UFC

Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

Jose Aldo is among the potential opponents for Conor McGregor after his UFC 202 victory over Nate Diaz.

The two have already fought of course, with McGregor claiming the featherweight belt last year after a 13-second fight.

While speculation mounts about a rematch, the Brazilian has been speaking about the Dubliner in an interview with Portal Do Vale Tudo.

He suggests that McGregor is far more chilled out when there are no cameras around.

"The relationship is friendly, easygoing. For me, I don't see any problem in how the guy does his marketing, and looking at the financial side, it was really good. I think we need to have more fighters like him in the featherweight division, it would be really lucrative. However, I'm not his friend, he does things one way, I do them another," he said.

"He's a normal guy, easygoing, but he sees a camera or some Irish fans nearby and he transforms. He sees a little camera or some Irish people, and the guy changes in such a way that you think "son of a b****...

"Most of the time that people see him, there's someone filming so we had to keep it [the charade] going. However, when there are no cameras, the guy changes completely."