Well, it was fun while it lasted for Conor McGregor. The UFC superstar’s reign as the only concurrent holder of two divisional titles lasted just two weeks, as the company announced Saturday that he had relinquished his featherweight belt.

MMA Fighting reported that McGregor “never agreed to that decision,” but the website noted that the company had the right to strip him of the title. At the time of this writing, McGregor’s camp had yet to offer comment.

McGregor already was the champion of the featherweight division when he made history by defeating Eddie Alvarez for the lightweight crown at UFC 205 earlier in November. However, UFC President Dana White maintained that, eventually, the Irishman would have to pick one or the other, and events caused that decision to come quickly.

A chain reaction was set off by light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier pulling out of UFC 206, set to take place Dec. 10, with a groin injury. His match with Anthony Johnson was supposed to be the main event, and in his sudden absence, the company hastily replaced it with a featherweight showdown between Anthony Pettis and Max Holloway.

Those two will fight for an interim belt, with the winner getting a 2017 unification shot at Jose Aldo, who now is considered the undisputed champion in that division. Aldo had lost his featherweight title to McGregor in just 13 seconds at UFC 194 in December 2015, but the latter never defended that crown, leaving Aldo to win his own interim title with a victory over Frankie Edgar at UFC 200 in July.

McGregor did stay busy, choosing to fight three times at higher weight classes, including a pair of welterweight battles with Nate Diaz that drew huge audiences. Having established himself as the UFC’s biggest star, McGregor is taking several months off, in part because of the impending birth of his first child.