Nate Diaz is a baller. At UFC Fight Night 126 we got a shot of legendary not giving a damn Stockton native Nathan Diaz pulling out a blunt and preparing to light it. It doesn’t get any more gangster than that. Check it out.
When Nate Diaz was 14 or 15-years-old he got the opportunity to box with one of his friends in the front yard who was a badass and known for knocking people out on the street all the time. With some tips from his brother Nick who was watching, Nate was able to get the best … Read more
FOX Sports UFC commentator Jon Anik was quoted as saying he would get a 209 tattoo if Nate Diaz was able to defeat Conor McGregor on short notice. The 209 reference is Diaz’s area code in Stockton where he and his brother Nick are from. Well, Diaz ended up submitting McGregor in the second round of … Read more
Stockton brawler Nate Diaz will return to action on Dec. 19 when he faces number five-ranked lightweight Michael “The Menace” Johnson at UFC on Fox 17 in Orlando, Fla. The UFC announced the news on Monday. Diaz (17-10) last fought in Dec. 2014 and he missed weight for the bout losing a unanimous decision to … Read more
Much anticipated is the heralded return of one Nate Diaz as he is set to face Rafael dos Anjos Saturday night at UFC on FOX 13 in Phoenix. Diaz missed weight by five pounds on Friday but that didn’t prevent him from bowing up to dos Anjos during the staredowns. The bout will now be … Read more
Everyone seems to be on point, including Nick. He’s blessed to have a good support system and I feel blessed to be a part of it. I say what’s up to everyone and when I approach Nate, I pick up on a weird vibe from him. Maybe it’s because he doesn’t approve of me working with the camp at the American Kickboxing Academy headquarters, where I’m a combat sports recovery coach. Nate is hardcore like that.
Following a tension-filled UFC 137 post-fight press conference on Saturday, Nick Diaz’s manager and trainer Cesar Gracie talked with the press about some of his fighter’s frustrations.
Nick Diaz is never one to bite his tongue. The Stockton brawler believes Zuffa’s purchase of Strikeforce invalidates his title and he no longer feels like a champion. He says he is overworked and Strikeforce doesn’t care about him.