Tyron Woodley and Conor McGregor are both coming off losses in some pretty important fights. McGregor lost to Khabib Nurmogomedov back in October, while Woodley lost to Kamaru Usman in his Welterweight title defense in UFC 235. Despite his latest loss, Woodley is adamant that he wants to fight McGregor next. While the fight wouldn't be for a title, Woodley believes it would make sense since they are close in weight and could use the fight to pass the time before they get a second chance at the belt. 

"I want to fight Conor," Woodley told TMZ Sports. "I'll fight him in Ireland. I'll fight him in the f*cking back alley of a White Castle ... want to go to Russia? Want to go to the TMZ newsroom? Quit being a bitch ... let's fight."

Right now, it doesn't appear as though McGregor is too interested in fighting Woodley. He has been on record saying that he wants to battle fighters like Nate Diaz and Cowboy Cerrone. He would even be interested in a rematch against Nurmagomedov, although it doesn't look like that will happen anytime soon.

Either way, a fight between Woodley and McGregor would prove to be interesting, it's just up to Conor as to whether it happens or not.