Just after Justin Bieber called out Tom Cruise into an MMA fight on Twitter, former UFC two-division champ Conor McGregor wants to fight veteran actor Mark Wahlberg in the same fight card.

Heads turned in the MMA world when Canadian singer Justin Bieber called out Tom Cruise to fight with him inside the octagon. And while the iron is still hot, the former UFC two-division king Conor McGregor also challenged Hollywood star Mark Wahlberg and wants to co-headline in the Bieber vs. Cruise bizarre fight idea.

McGregor, like he usually does, once again took his thoughts to Twitter and this time, the UFC star seems to want his enterprise McGregor sports to have a fair share of the buzz that the sudden Bieber vs. Cruise fight would generate.

According to McGregor’s recent tweet, if Tom Cruise will be “man enough” to accept Bieber’s challenge, his business McGregor Sports and Entertainment will be glad to host the fight, Bloody Elbow noted.

McGregor then followed it up with a statement which seems to be intended as a sample teaser for the star-studded fight. In the latter part of the tweet, the UFC star questioned Cruise’s capabilities to fight as he wonders if the Hollywood star can do the stunts he does in movies in real life.

Minutes after McGregor tweeted that his enterprise would like to host the Bieber vs Cruise fight, the UFC champ seems to have gotten a bit more fascinated with the Canadian singer’s challenge and all of a sudden tweeted a challenge of his own.

In the tweet, McGregor targeted action and Hollywood star Mark Wahlberg as he also challenged him into a fight which as Mystic Mac imagined, should be in the very same card with Bieber and Cruise.

The UFC champ also mocked Wahlberg’s past as a hip-hop artist, when he said he would have still “slapped” Wahlberg’s ears off should they both crossed paths back in the days when the actor was still known as Marky Mark.

McGregor also mentioned that he would take his UFC shares back, which evidently pertains to a previous deal that Mystic Mac once demanded from UFC. To no avail, the promotion, as UFC president Dana White confirmed, did not grant McGregor’s demand and closed the issue with a statement that it will never happen.

Indeed, McGregor has been throwing a lot of tweets lately and most of them appear to be hints that the former two-division UFC  champ is about to make a comeback in combat sports.

Conor McGregor Conor McGregor of Ireland laughs after the first round against Khabib Nurmagomedov of Russia in their UFC lightweight championship bout during the UFC 229 event inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Oct. 6, 2018. Photo: Harry How/Getty Images