Conor McGregor has yet to announce his return to UFC. However, despite not being an active fighter in the promotion for quite some time, a lot of UFC stars are still eager to fight the former champ.

A few days ago, UFC welterweight sensation Jorge Masvidal spoke to "Submission Radio" to address some issues regarding him and the UFC. During the exclusive interview, Masvidal revealed that the biggest fish at this point is McGregor.

However, Masvidal also stated that he “doesn’t like” that McGregor is taking too long in picking a fight. “It would be the biggest fight, but he needs to stop with the ‘I might fight, I might not.’ I don’t like that. You’re not gonna fight me; you’re not gonna fight,” Masvidal said.

Even though Masvidal has stated in the past that he doesn’t like engaging in too much talking, with McGregor, he turned into a loud trash-talker. In fact, Masvidal even tried to intimidate the former two-division champ with a creepy taunt.

“You got a lot of money already with the whiskey, I heard. Drink your whiskey, man. Keep your money, man. You don’t want this, man, ’cause I’ll take your soul, man. I’ll be as nice as I can about it; I’m coming for your soul. Not just Conor’s, whoever they put in front of me,” Masvidal said.

The former Bellator star also revealed his true feelings about his compensation as a professional fighter. According to him, he hasn’t been paid the right amount of money for 16 years and the UFC will need to make a huge offer to entice him to fight again.

“It’s gonna take a lot of money to get me back to fight, because I want to get paid, man. I haven’t gotten paid 16 years professionally,” Everybody knows my name in this sport. Why can’t I get paid? You know what I’m saying?” Masvidal noted.

With regards to the recent McGregor punching old man in pub scandal, Masvidal decided not to comment further. However, he admitted that at first he thought it was not real.

“I thought it was maybe Photoshopped, ’cause the dude looked old, right?, I don’t want to comment too much on it. I don’t know what happened, but it didn’t look right, man. That dude’s maybe like 60 years old, and he punched him in the head,” Masvidal said.

Since Masvidal set the record for fastest KO win in UFC history, he has been leaning towards a fight that will make him earn the money he believes, he rightfully deserves.

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Jorge Masvidal of the United States looks on during a UFC 239 Welterweight Bout against Ben Askren of the United States at T-Mobile Arena on July 06, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images/Sean M. Haffey