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Conor McGregor wants Nate Diaz, Rafael dos Anjos to 'beg him' for UFC title fight

Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

In an indirect response to recent callouts from Nate Diaz and Rafael dos Anjos, Conor McGregor took to Twitter to offer up his rebuttal.

And in true "Notorious" fashion, the undisputed Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion of the world declared he'd listen to potential challengers, under one condition.

Nate got back on the winning track by taking out Michael Johnson via unanimous decision (see it here) at UFC on FOX 17 -- which went down last night (Sat., Dec. 19, 2015) in Orlando, Florida. "RDA," meanwhile, kept his lightweight title by blitzing through Donald Cerrone in a little over a minute (see that video here) in the main event of the FOX televised event.

As for Conor, he plans on getting right back into the cage to attempt to capture the 155-pound strap, too, after eliminating Jose Aldo in a mere 13 seconds at UFC 194.

That means division king, Rafael, is the front runner to get the big money fight against "Notorious," though I doubt he'll be getting on his knees anytime soon.

Neither will Nate.