Check out Nick Diaz roaming around his high school reunion in this TV show called ‘Push Girls’

Not Baller: Going to your high school reunion. Baller: Going to your high school reunion after you dropped out the first year.

Nick Diaz attended Tokay High School in Lodi, CA, joined the swim team, and then dropped out after his freshman year. Another way of saying that sentence is ‘Nick Diaz accomplished more in his freshman year than you achieved in your entire four-year high school career.’

I named my level 32 Hardcore Barbarian ‘NickDiaz’ in honor of the former Strikeforce welterweight champion. That’s a statement that can only be made by someone that was never laid in high school. In fact, I was the guy in high school that just couldn’t wait to get out of high school. I had more important things to do — like building a Blue Box out of a few parts I collected from the nearest Radio Shack.

However, this isn’t about me, this is about Nick Diaz and his constant pursuit to get revenge on Justin Oselo. I wish I could take credit for that joke, but ShaqNoob from the UG beat me to it. On the UFC 143 Primetime show, Nick Diaz recounts a story of how someone from his high school named ‘Justin Oselo’ wanted to fight him, which eventually led to Nick Diaz dropping out of school. Yeah, it’s the reference of 2012 by far.

Check out this video of Nick Diaz appearing at his high school reunion on a show on the Sundance channel called ‘Push Girls,’ which is about handicapped young women living in society. Props to SirPoop for the find.

Go to the 17:50 mark for the goods. To navigate the timeline, place your cursor at the bottom of the timeline and it should show up. Also, sorry about the pop-up ad on the video. We don’t have any control over it.

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Published on July 26, 2012 at 10:48 pm
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