UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley has demanded an apology from UFC President Dana White, stemming from White's comments about Woodley's "horrible" fight against Demian Maia at UFC 214.

White criticized Woodley and Maia for putting on a boring fight in which only 60 total punches were thrown, and added that a fight between Woodley and Georges St-Pierre simply won't be happening.

White told reporters after UFC 214, per ESPN,

"If you ask fans if they want to see Woodley fight again, I think that will be a flat out 'no,'" White told reporters in a news conference following UFC 214. "Who wants to pay to see Tyron Woodley fight again?"

White added that Woodley, who won in a unanimous decision, should've been able to put away Maia much earlier in their match.

Per MMA Fighting's Danny Segura,

"[Maia] had one eye in the first round and you're [Woodley] faster, you're stronger, your hands are better, you're explosive," White said. "I believe that Woodley could've finished that in the first round, and if not, he definitely could've finished it in the second round."

Woodley was pissed about the criticism and has threatened to "start leaking some shit that people don't want to be out in the wind," if Dana White doesn't issue an apology.

On Monday's taping of The MMA Hour, Woodley says, via ESPN.com's Greg Rosenstein,

"If you're going to publicly scrutinize me—Dana White—he needs to apologize to me. I've done nothing but good stuff for the sport. I've done nothing but be a good [role] model for the organization. I fight with fucking integrity. I covered your sport from the Fox desk a week before my fight. I always uphold my responsibilities with the organization. The word behind business is 'man.' You need to be a man and owe me a public apology. And if I don't get that, I'm going to start leaking some shit that people don't want to be out in the wind. I'm not kidding about that."

"When your job title is 'promoter,' promote your fucking fighters. Promote your fucking champions."

"I don't have an issue with Dana. But the thing about it is, be a straight shooter to me. That's how I operate ... you come and talk to me. If you thought I had a shitty fight? Come pull me to the side before going to the podium ... I'm a communicator. Come to me. I don't want to hear about it afterwards."

You can check out the full episode of The MMA Hour below.