Nick Diaz Releases 23 Bizarre Videos That Nobody Can Understand

The Diaz Brothers are known for their brash attitudes and fighting styles. They are one of the UFC’s many treasures. Nate Diaz catapulted himself into superstardom after submitting Conor McGregor and being the first man to finish him. Nick is supposed to be coming back after a long 3 years away…

So, originally, Nick was meant to be fighting with Jorge Masvidal at UFC 235 on March 2nd. This was made official, but Nick seems to disagree. In a recent Instagram video, Nick seemed to mumble about Masvidal but it’s kind of hard to understand what he’s saying…

This isn’t the first time there have been issues surrounding the Diaz brother,s however. Nate Diaz was meant to fight Dustin Poirier at UFC 230 but since Poirier pulled out, Nate had no interest in any other opponent so pulled out too.

Nick’s last fight was against Anderson Silva in January 2015, after the fight it was announced both fighters had failed their drug tests and the decision was overturned to a no contest.

Nick Diaz is arguably one of the few fighters left that can sell big pay-per-views, but he hasn’t fought in a long time…

Nick Diaz’s Strange Videos

Nick might’ve been drunk when recording a strange series of videos this week, he says…

“I’ll get real drunk, I don’t give a f*ck. Look I’ll tell you exactly how I feel, straight up. Like, you know what I mean, what are you gonna do, hold onto a motherf*cker and take a motherf*cker down?”

During his layoff Nick hasn’t kept on the down low, he’s been partying a whole bunch and the whole world knows that.

The Diaz brothers have already made it clear how they feel about wrestlers and grapplers in fighting. Saying that it isn’t real fighting and it seems as if Nick is referring to that when he said this.

The video:

“You better hold on cos you ain’t gonna run away, you ain’t gonna get away.”

However, after this Nick made it clear that he meant no disrespect by anything he was saying, which is unusual for a Diaz.

“At the end of the day, ain’t no disrespect”

It isn’t made hugely clear who Diaz was referring to, we can only assume Masvidal as that was scheduled to be his next opponent. Maybe we will have to wait longer the 209 gangsters to return to the octagon…


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