Remember when Brock Lesnar said his sh*ts are bigger than Conor McGregor...?!
Well, if you don't, then you're in for a treat. The WWE superstar fully went in on McGregor, and it was absolutely brutal.
"I take sh*ts bigger than that kid. Come on," Lesnar told Sam Roberts on the SR Show.
"I know you kids all play fucking video games and you live in this fucking false sense of reality and shit. I'm two hundred and fucking ninety pounds.
"This guys a hundred and forty-five pounds, if he's lucky. If Conor McGregor wants to say some shit to me, and get his name out there more than he already has, by dropping my name, I got about ten fucking words for him."
Lesnar beats up Mark Hunt at UFC 200. Image: PA
Not to mention challenging him to 'kick some ass' under the WWE banner after his heroics in the UFC, which included capturing UFC gold.
"Come here, face-to-face, Conor, and say it to my face. Otherwise leave me and the fucking WWE out of it, because I came to your arena and kicked ass.
"Now, if you want, and if you're so fucking tough, come to our arena and try and kick some ass."
McGregor made UFC history in his last outing inside a cage. Image: PA
Meanwhile, Lesnar continues to be called out with Jones wanting a piece of him.
"I don't really know about the deserving part. DC's a pretty deserving guy," Jones said. "He does a lot of right things, carries the sport very well. But fighting Brock Lesnar is always appealing, you know what I mean? That's a win-win situation. That's a huge money fight.
"That's me fighting a guy that's a hell of a lot bigger than me and everyone wins in that situation.
"I win because of the courage that it takes to step in there against a guy that's way bigger than you. I win because the pay-per-view that would follow it.
"The fans would win. It'd just be great for the sport, be good for everybody involved and I'm totally always up for that."
Lesnar was set to face Daniel Cormier but a return to the cage is now up in the air, but who could forget their confrontation earlier in the year?!
Will Lesnar make that walk to the Octagon in 2019? Watch this space.