Dustin Poirier is one of a select few who has shared the octagon with both Conor McGregor and Justin Gaethje. If the pair were to face off, “The Diamond” has a thought on who would come out the winner.

Poirier, the former interim UFC lightweight titleholder, went 1-1 against the pair, who are rumored to meet in July, though the ongoing coronavirus pandemic makes all future plans a little uncertain. Poirier suffered a first-round knockout loss to McGregor (22-4 MMA, 10-2 UFC) at UFC 178 in September 2014, but beat Gaethje (20-2 MMA, 4-2 UFC) by fourth-round TKO at UFC on FOX 29 in April 2018.

So, how would a McGregor vs. Gaethje clash go? Based off his experience, Poirier is calling for a win by “The Notorious” (via Twitter):

It remains to be seen if McGregor vs. Gaethje is the next fight booked. McGregor’s longtime head coach John Kavanagh confirmed on Friday that the matchup had been discussed, but the UFC schedule could be reshuffled as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact not just the leading MMA promotion, but the sports world as a whole.

Poirier is feeling part of that. He was supposed to fight Dan Hooker on a UFC card in San Diego on May 16, but the California State Athletic Commission has since suspended all combat sports events through May, leaving the bout and card in limbo (via Twitter):