Floyd Mayweather had something to say on Saturday in England, and it must have been important because he asked that it be recorded.

“Everybody get your phone out,” Mayweather said. “Post this to the Internet as soon as possible.”

“For Conor McGregor, I’m coming out of retirement, just to fight Conor McGregor,” Mayweather said. “I don’t want to hear no more excuses about the money, about the UFC. Sign the paper with the UFC so you can fight me in June. Simple and plain, let’s fight in June. You’re the B side. I’m the A side. We’re not here to cry about money. I’m tired of all this crying about money and saying you want to fight. You’re blowing smoke up everyone’s [butt], if you want to fight, sign the paperwork.”

As for all this “A side” and “B side” stuff, it’s simply Mayweather saying he should get top billing in the fight and everything that comes along with that: the ability to dictate prize purses, fight location and date, etc. Whether such a fight — between a boxing champion and an MMA fighter who never has trained as a strict boxer — should even take place is another matter entirely.

Mayweather hasn’t fought since September 2015, and for much of the past year he and McGregor — the reigning UFC lightweight champion — have been jabbering about fighting each other. Mayweather said Saturday that he’d like the fight to take place in June, but McGregor is taking time off ahead of the birth of his first child and won’t begin training again until May at the earliest. One would think he’d like to at least have a few months to, you know, learn the sport.

There hasn’t been any comment from McGregor over Mayweather’s latest proclamation, but he did tweet out a photo of one of Mayweather’s “Money Team” vans on fire the other day. So there’s that.