Masvidal is well aware, though, that the UFC would have to sign off on a potential blockbuster clash.
But he's hoping to become Dana White's personal assassin, with the UFC president not a big fan of the YouTuber-turned-boxer.
'Gamebred' also played down their friendship, saying he's not friends with the 24-year-old despite giving him advice to beat Ben Askren.
"I'm gonna beat up all the Pauls," he told ESPN.
"If they put money in my pocket, that Logan Paul dude, Jake Paul, whoever Paul dudes - if they put money in my pocket, of course I'd like to break some Disney characters' faces.
"I've been fighting men who have been training since 7, 8 years old to do the same thing to me what I want to do to them.
"Fighting guys like [the Pauls] is a bonus, man.
"Who the f**k is this Paul kid?" Masvidal added. "He thinks we're friends, because I gave him some advice in the Ben Askren fight.
"Get the f**k out of here, bro. I'll slap you and whoever the f**k you want, bro. I'm a fighter.
"Of course you're gonna get offended."
Masvidal continued: "UFC would have to sign off, but nothing is impossible.
"Dana doesn't like those guys and Dana knows I'll go in there and put a hurting on those kids. Maybe he does send in the f**king assassin."
'The Problem Child' was actually in attendance for Masvidal's last Octagon appearance.
The veteran welterweight suffered a devastating knockout defeat to Kamaru Usman at UFC 261.
He hasn't fought since his second loss to the UFC welterweight king as he eyes a return before the end of the year.
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