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Masvidal is looking for his next UFC assignment after falling short in his bid to become UFC welterweight champion.
He suffered a devastating knockout defeat to Kamaru Usman at UFC 261 last April.
But don't expect 'Gamebred' to enter the Octagon with the 'Notorious' despite calling him out last year.
That's because the welterweight star thinks the Irishman is too small for him.
He told MMA Junkie: "I'm full man size. He's like a very small, fragile dude. He don't want that. You can't pay that man enough money, so that one's OK. (I) don't need it."
Asked who he has his eyes on next, he replied: "The guy that gets me the closest and the fastest to the title bout (is what I want next)."
Masvidal is set to meet with the UFC in Las Vegas to discuss his next fight.
He added: "That's what I'm going to find out in two weeks. Whoever the UFC's like, 'Man, this guy gets you quicker than anybody else and blah, blah, blah,' that's it.
"That's what I have to take."
Masvidal, 36, is on a two-fight losing skid after resurrecting his career in 2019, with stoppage victories over Darren Till, Ben Askren and Nate Diaz.
He's lost twice to current UFC welterweight king Usman as he eyes another shot at UFC gold.
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