Conor McGregor's trash-talking before UFC 196 helped translate into a record number of pay-per-view orders, but thanks to Nate Diaz's upset submission, "The Notorious" has become a popular subject of derision from other fighters.

Not simply for his bravado and getting beat but for the abbreviated amount of time McGregor spent in Diaz's rear-naked-choke before tapping out.

Retired UFC welterweight champion Matt Serra took McGregor to task for not fighting the choke longer as did like British heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury before him. Now McGregor has gotten jabbed by British WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders. As Saunders told Boxing Scene:

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"Notorious? ... He tapped out in three seconds! I think he tapped out a bit too easy.

"I've been choked out longer down the pub!"

The 26-year-old Saunders holds a perfect 23-0 record and will defend his WBO title for the first time on April 30.

McGregor acted humbly in defeat but when you put a target on your back as he did, people will fire regardless.

"He's done very well for himself" Saunders added. "If I ever see the man I'd shake his hand. He took defeat well."

The Irishman is doing fine and was already see out and about in a pretty sharp shirt.

"I'd love to get that one back," McGregor said of the Diaz fight. "We'll see. We'll see how it goes. Life is good."