JORGE MASVIDAL taunted Conor McGregor by washing his feet with Proper 12 whiskey.
Masvidal, 37, is campaigning for a fight against the Irishman and has now made the rivalry personal.
Because if there is one thing McGregor, 33, loves as much as money and fighting – it is his Proper 12 Irish whiskey.
In an Instagram video, Masvidal said: “Got a little cut on my foot, jumping in my pool doing backflips and frontflip.
“It doesn’t heal up because, ya know, f***ing keeps getting damaged when I go on the wrestling mats and s***.
“So I needed some rubbing alcohol or something like rubbing alcohol and we don’t have none in this house.
“And then my brother had a bright idea – look at this cheap-a**, f***ing s***.
“Somebody was giving it out on the street. Gonna pour it on the cut real quick because that’s probably all it’s good for, ya know?
“Cheap a** whiskey. This s*** doesn’t even sting, this s*** is f***ing trash, bro. What’s the content of alcohol in this s***, bro?”
Masvidal is yet to fight since defeat to arch rival Colby Covington, 34, in March and has now made McGregor his No1 target.
Masvidal, 37, brutally beat Nate Diaz, also 37, into a third-round stoppage in 2019 after causing a gruesome head gash.
And he predicted a similar beatdown against McGregor – if the former two-weight UFC champion ever makes a comeback.
Masvidal told SunSport: “I don’t think he’s going to fight period again, I definitely don’t think he fights after me.
“Just like I was a cancer to Nate Diaz’s style and brand, because he’s like this tough guy and like, ‘Man, I’m going to stand toe-to-toe with anybody and go to war and everybody’s going to run from me.’
“Nah. Wrong, I’m going to get in your face and make you back down. Same thing with Conor.
“He’s not going to be able to say he took me down and held me down, he’s going to say, this guy kneed me in the ribs, elbowed me in the eye socket and then knocked me the f*** out.
“And it’s not going to look good for his brand. I don’t even see him taking the fight with me to tell the truth.
“But much less, if he takes the fight with me, I don’t think he’s fighting after that.”