It’s been a little over a month since Conor McGregor did the impossible by making $100+ million in a fight against retired boxing legend Floyd Mayweather. As everyone knows, he lost that fight, but his career and reputation haven’t suffered a bit. After all, of course an MMA fighter is supposed to lose to a boxer. Especially maybe the best boxer of all-time.

He’s mostly stayed out of the spotlight since that night, but returned on the weekend for another one of his “Evening With Conor McGregor” special interviews. As the interview unfolded, McGregor was his usual self when it came to bragging, trash talking, and saying a few outrageous things.

For starters, he blasted referee Robert Byrd for stopping the fight in the 10th round, saying it was unjustified. He also brought up that Bryd is the husband of Adalaide Bryd, a female boxing judge who was the subject of controversy after her ridiculous scoring of the Canalo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin fight.

“The referee was a weird one now the more I look back on it,” McGregor said, according to MMA Fighting). “Especially after Adalaide Bird had that thing with the Canelo and GGG fight, that was her. Adalaide and Robert Byrd are husband and wife, that’s a bit weird, that’s when I started looking back on the fight.”

“Why did he not give [Mayweather] instruction? Why was he staring at me? He had a vendetta against me straight off the bat. Early exchanges in the tie up, instead of just separating he would reach around and pull me away. That takes energy away from me. I started getting … not paranoid, but I just started analyzing the whole thing a bit deeper. I felt like I got the short end of the stick here.”

“I thought it was an early stoppage,” he said. “How the f**k can you stop a fight if there were no knockdowns or nothing previous? The round before that I almost had him dropped. I hurt him to the body in the round before. How the f**k can you stop it like that at the first sign of a wobble? You’ve got to let these fights go on.”

When asked about a potential rematch, McGregor said he thinks he could take what he learned from the first fight and use it to beat Mayweather if they squared off again.

When it came to the question of who McGregor will fight next (we have some thoughts on that, ourselves), the UFC lightweight champ listed a bunch of different options, although he seemed to suggest that defending his UFC gold was the top priority.

“An option: there’s an interim belt on the line right now,” McGregor said referring to the interim lightweight title fight Tony Ferguson and Kevin Lee at UFC 216. “That’s an option. Of course the Nate Diaz trilogy fight is there. Maybe one of these boxing guys. Maybe Malignaggi would come over and do an MMA bout. Or Floyd, maybe I could entice Floyd back. We could either do a rematch in boxing, or like he said originally, we’ll do an MMA fight next.”

“They are the options that are on the table for me right now.”

“Obviously, Khabib in Russia would be a great one,” Conor said. “It would be a crazy one. We’ll see what happens. I’ll need to see him make weight though. There’s no way I’m going over there and he’s not making weight. I need assurance.”

He also mentioned a marquee superfight with Canadian legend Georges St-Pierre, although he’s not sure GSP will even get past Michael Bisping.

“It’s another money fight, even though he’s been retired,” McGregor said. “I don’t know, I think he’s going to get his ass whooped by Bisping. To be honest I think it’s a mistake for him to step in at that weight after so long out.”

And when will the self-proclaimed King of MMA return to the cage? Don’t expect it anytime in 2017. McGregor said he would only agree to fight on the December 30 card if the UFC excused him from all promotional duties. In other words, he only has to show up to make weight on the 29th and to fight on the 30th. No press conferences, no interviews, no open workouts. And that’s unlikely to happen.