Nate Diaz believes Conor McGregor is capable of catching Floyd Mayweather with a hard shot in the first two rounds.
If there's one fighter who's familiar with the intricacies of Conor McGregor's boxing, it's MMA fan favorite Nate Diaz.
A feud is brewing between Nick Diaz and Tyron Woodley. Diaz, whose 18-month suspension by the NSAC expired earlier this week, used Facebook to call out Tyron Woodley on Tuesday.
In the post, Diaz linked to a video of 'T-Wood's' brutal KO loss to Nate Marquardt at Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Kennedy in 2012.
Woodley, who called out Diaz after seizing the 170-pound title against Robbie Lawler at UFC 201, replied to the former Strikeforce welterweight champion in the comments section.
"Nick you were gone before then. You left after Daley. I beat him and Jordan Mein before this fight. And he was approved for TRT. And when was your last win? All you do is lose fights, get suspended, then complain about not making enough money as of Late. I was trying to get you paid cause I respect you and I feel like you deserve a big pay day, but you blew several seven figures. But you are so high you didn't even realize it. GSP did and we will make that money," Woodley posted.
Woodley shocked the world with his first-round knockout of Lawler, crumpling 'Ruthless' with an overhand right after spending over a year on the sidelines.
Diaz, now 33, hasn't won since 2011 and last engaged in a controversial bout with Anderson Silva at UFC 183. Diaz lost a unanimous decision, but the bout was officially ruled a No Contest after 'The Spider' tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. Despite this, Diaz served a longer suspension for his use of marijuana - 18 months - and Silva returned to the Octagon after just 12 months to take on Michael Bisping in February.
Bloody Elbow's Eddie Mercado recently made a post on the top five possible opponents for Diaz' return, in which Tyron Woodley is listed at No. 4. Check it out here.
Nick Diaz is finally free to fight again following one of the most controversial suspensions ever handed out to a combat-sports athlete, which stemmed from his UFC 183 bout with Anderson Silva more than 18 month ago.
The Nevada Athletic Commission and Nick Diaz have come to an agreement which will allow the fighter to compete again.
Nick Diaz has had a rough couple of years when it comes to cage-related activities. The popular Stockton fighter was busted by the Nevada Athletic Commission for a controversial marijuana-related drug test failure following his January 2015 bout with Anderson Silva, and eventually settled on an 18-month suspension and a $100,000 fine.
Nate Diaz will go into his rematch with Conor McGregor at UFC 202 without his brother Nick in his corner.
Nick Diaz had something to say about Conor McGregor’s recent win at UFC 205.
UFC 205 was a historic event for both the company and Conor McGregor. While it was another record breaking night for Dana White, Ari Emmanuel and the rest of top management, “The Notorious” became the UFC’s first ever simultaneous two-weight world champion.
2016 Olympic gold medalist Kyle Snyder is ready to make his move into mixed martial arts.
Snyder attended UFC 203 in Cleveland on Saturday night and it was clear that he enjoyed the show as he released a tweet saying he wanted to fight.
Jordan Mein is the latest fighter to experience a short-lived retirement from MMA competition.
After announcing in August 2015 that he was done with the sport at age 25, Mein (29-10 MMA, 3-2 UFC) is plotting a comeback to competition as soon as possible.
After taking a few moments on this past week’s UFC 202 conference call to throw some expletives the way of most of the WWE roster, featherweight champ Conor McGregor clarified his statements.
Winning a UFC belt brings a lot of benefits to your career and personal life, but can also attract new "friends" that aren’t really there for you. Rafael dos Anjos lost the UFC lightweight championship to Eddie Alvarez in July, and felt that some of the people around him didn’t really care that much about him.
Tony Ferguson has long clamored for a fight with a top-level opponent who can land him in a title shot. Former champ Rafael dos Anjos wants a chance to win his title back.
CM Punk recently took a leap of faith and made a transition into mixed martial arts. Unfortunately for him, his UFC debut on Saturday night at UFC 203 was a forgettable one, to say the least, when he lost via first round submission against Mickey Gall.
Earlier this month a video went viral of aspiring rapper Kasper Knight shooting himself in the mouth in order to get publicity.
UFC Fight Night 93 went down last night (Sat., Sept. 3, 2016) inside the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg, Germany, and now it's time to see who went home with the largest slice of the Reebok sponsorship pie.
CM Punk’s MMA debut happens in less than a week, at UFC 203. The former WWE superstar is considered a heavy underdog by most pundits, but a certain MMA legend is picking him to defeat the younger and more experienced fighter in Mickey Gall.
After winning his title from Jose Aldo, UFC featherweight Conor McGregor already had a shot at making MMA history when he was slated to fight then-lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos at UFC 196. As we all remember, that was not to be after dos Anjos had to pull out of the fight due to a foot injury. All of this led to Nate Diaz becoming the late replacement and the birth of a rivalry nobody saw coming.
While canceling an entire event is never an easy decision to make, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) felt it was the best thing to do after the mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion pulled the plug on UFC Fight Night 97 -- which was set to go down on Saturday (Oct. 15, 2016) in Manila, Philippines -- in the wake of B.J. Penn's injury.
It didn’t take Derek Brunson long to receive his next opponent.
Following his 4th consecutive 1st round finish, Brunson will face Robert Whittaker at UFC Fight Night 101 in Melbourne, Australia. UFC officials announced the matchup on Wednesday night.
THE long wait for Ronda Rousey to return to the UFC may soon be over.
The former women’s bantamweight champion is currently in negotiations for her next fight in the Octagon with a potential matchup against Amanda Nunes as the likely opposition.
According to sources speaking to FOX Sports, Rousey has been offered a bout with Nunes as part of the UFC 207 card in Las Vegas on December 30 (December 31 AEST) but the fight is not set in stone yet.
Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will return to TV in May with a guest role on an NBC show.
While Ronda Rousey’s fighting career is still very much up in the air, one of her other pursuits looks to be picking up again. Rousey made a name for herself in the acting world during her resounding success in the UFC, and she will continue on in that area with a guest starring role in NBC’s “Blindspot” in May.
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