Immediately after his dominant win over Dennis Siver in UFC Fight Night 59, Conor McGregor sprinted and scaled the fence to charge at Jose Aldo who was sitting cage-side. Watch the clip of the confrontation above.
Aldo was in the front row and had a 'Go, Joker Go!' poster to mock McGregor, and the charismatic contender took offense to it.
"I'm looking into the crowd and I see Jose in the crowd, with my face on a joker poster or something. I don't know what that was all about. They all think it's fun and games, and I'm not playing," McGregor said following his bout. "The only thing that's stopping me from smacking Jose and whooping him in the crowd was the money."
"Now it's time. Now we have a location, and Jose will be the next one to learn that it's not all talk, it's not all jokes. Now we only have one man left."
Conor finished Siver by TKO in the second round, which earned him a title shot at the dominant UFC featherweight champion. According to Dana White, the title bout will happen in Las Vegas, sometime this May.