Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Nate Diaz Literally Took a PISS On UFC Headquarters

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Clearly the UFC is not hearing Nate Diaz’s repeated cries for a new fight. So, one of the company’s biggest superstars of all time turned up the heat to try to be heard in a way that only a Diaz brother can.



Early Thursday morning, Diaz showed up to the UFC headquarters (also known as the UFC Performance Institute, or “PI”) and allegedly urinated on the grounds of the complex, sharing the image on Twitter.

Diaz also added another tweet voicing his disapproval of the UFC’s new partnership with Venum for their fight kits. Apparently Venum is “bitchass” according to Diaz.

All of this comes from Diaz as a result of the UFC essentially putting him on ice. For months now Diaz has been publicly BEGGING the UFC for a fight, which has been met with absolutely silence and dragging of feet by the company in return.

It’s known that Diaz has only one fight left on his current deal with the UFC. Diaz has also voiced that he wants to test free agency after his current UFC contract to see what other offers might be out there for him. Most notably he’s mentioned teaming back up with former promoter Scott Coker again in Bellator or pursuing a big money boxing match against Jake Paul. With that being the case, it’s been speculated that the UFC is trying to make Diaz wait for the McGregor trilogy as his final fight, but Diaz isn’t having it.

Diaz wants his final fight against anybody so that he can be done with the contract and assess things from there, but the UFC hasn’t budged.

Among those Diaz has offered to fight include Dustin Poirier, Gilbert Burns, Vincente Luque, Charles Oliveira, Justin Gaethje, and others. Despite all that, the only fight that the UFC has reportedly offered Diaz is a fight with Khamzat Chimaev, a fight which makes almost no sense for Diaz.

Hopefully the UFC does right by Diaz soon and gets him a fight like he’s been begging for. Otherwise he might show up in Dana White’s office soon like Ice Cube in Straight Outta Compton…

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