Masvidal and Usman each spoke with DAZN News during Super Bowl media week in Miami, and both sound down to have their fight at the new home of the Las Vegas Raiders, Allegiant Stadium.
When asked by DAZN's Andreas Hale whether he'd like to face Usman, Conor McGregor or Saul "Canelo" Alvarez at the site if the purse were to be the same for each bout, Masvidal didn't hesitate in saying it would be Usman.
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"If they're all the same, it's Kamaru's face that I dislike the most, man," Masvidal said about fighting the UFC welterweight champion at Allegiant Stadium. "It's just an easy one. I got a lot of respect for Canelo. In the (Octagon), I got a lot of respect for Conor, outside of the (Octagon), whatever, I'm not judging anybody. I'm not perfect. So, these are the guys that are good.
"Usman, in and out of the ring, I don't agree with the dude on a lot of things," he continued. "And his 17 personalities ... I don't like not one of his personalities. I don't like what he said about me. I don't like when I met him back then before, he'd be asking me for pictures and wanting to talk and 'Hey, what's up? I was on The Ultimate Fighter against your team' and all this other bulls—."
Masvidal then vowed to break Usman's face and talk s— while doing it.
Usman, too, is down to fight at the new home of the Raiders, although he didn't mention Masvidal by name as the opponent that he'd like to face there.
"I, myself, know that with the right fight, that would be an amazing setting," Usman told Hale in a separate interview. "So, it's going to take that right guy. I think by the end of the year after I get through this next guy, whoever it is, some of the fights we have in mind would be perfect for that."
Hale spoke with Masvidal prior to and Usman following the welterweights' heated altercation on Radio Row, where they had to be separated after exchanging verbal jabs.
Looking back on the incident, Usman said the confrontation was manufactured by Masvidal and his team.
"I think it's a smart move on his part and his team to try to separate himself from the pack because he knows he doesn't really deserve the shot, but if he makes the most noise and he got a lot of hype right now, that he might get that shot, but I'm taking on all comers," Usman offered. "I don't really care who it is. Whoever the company feels is next, I'll go in there and beat them up."