Donald Cerrone has invited a troll to challenge him at his home after the UFC star was criticised for his performance against Conor McGregor.
Cerrone was stopped in just 40 seconds by McGregor last month as the Irishman returned to the octagon for the first time in 14 months.
Since then fans have suggested the fight was fixed – something Cerrone has vehemently denied.
And following the latest round of criticism, the veteran called on the trolls to back up their words.
One posted on Instagram: "Maybe it's time you started a new career…like driving snow scooters…because clearly fighting is not something for you."
Cerrone replied: "Tell ya what, I live at 6 Kalma Lane, Edgewood, NN 87015. Come on down to the ranch and try your luck with someone who sucks at fighting??
"I'll leave the gate open for ya?? But you a scared little b ***** that talks s*** on IG. So show up, let's see what kinda man you are."
Cerrone earned a career-high pay day and has fought 51 times in his mixed martial arts career.
He was the underdog against McGregor but was unable to land a punch on the Dubliner.
Reacting to suggestions the fight was fixed, however, Cerrone said: "Take a dive you stupid motherf * ?. Who you think you’re talking to? Get a f ** life."
To another troll he said: "You think that’s funny?. You feel like I’m the kind of man who would sell his soul? Do me a favor and unfollow me if that’s how you feel."
McGregor blitzed his way to victory with a sublime striking display as he set himself up for tilts at the lightweight and welterweight divisions.
Questions had been asked about the fight being fixed before the clash in Las Vegas, but Cerrone said: "Hell no, I’m not bowing down.
"There’s a bunch of s*** going around, people keep telling me, 'I heard you’re getting paid to take a dive.'
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