Nate Diaz remains one of the most legitimate fighters to have ever stepped foot inside the Octagon. Diaz last competed against Jorge Masvidal for the “BMF” title at UFC 244 back in November 2019. He lost the match via doctor’s stoppage, but he is far from finished in the fight game. Diaz also has lofty ambitions after retiring from MMA.
At UFC 263, Nate Diaz finally made his return to the Octagon as he squared off against Leon Edwards. Unfortunately for Diaz, his return didn’t quite go the way that he wanted to as Diaz lost the fight. Nate Diaz had also made it clear that he wants to compete in the Octagon again within the next three to four months.
Nate Diaz has faced off against the best of the best the MMA world has to offer that includes his highly lauded fights against Conor McGregor. Nate Diaz, as the two faced off against each other on two occasions at UFC 196 and UFC 202. They both have one victory over the other.
Nate Diaz took to Instagram on the five-year anniversary of his UFC 202 fight against Conor McGregor and demanded credit for changing the game with his bouts against McGregor.
“The start of the super fight era. You’re welcome Floyd, the Paul sisters and youtubers around the world. it’s a new day in age I told you I was changing the game @arielhelwani. I might not get the credit, but I’ll take the motherfuckin credit. Don’t forget before I fought Conor I was the biggest name he ever fought too.”
Conor McGregor previously stated that a third fight with Nate Diaz must happen at some point. We will have to wait and see when Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz will duke it out in their third fight together in the future.
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