It has been six months. That’s six months from when Nate Diaz stepped in for Rafael dos Anjos at UFC 196, beat McGregor, then turned around for to lose an immediate rematch at UFC 202.
With all the media, the talk and two wars in the Octagon, fighters are bound to get to know each other. In some strange way, people who fight together may know more about each other than their best friends do. Maybe, just maybe… Diaz and McGregor love each other a little bit.
Hell, I know if a fight with another dude helped me make millions of dollars, I’d probably love that guy too. Not only that, but I’d want to fight him as many times as I could. I’d call him at night and wnat to know when we were going to do the damn thing again. Diaz already said he wants the rematch and won’t fight anyone else until a trilogy. He doesn’t want any other guys, that’s loyalty. Sweet, sweet loyalty.
So until they finally make a third fight, let the bromance tug on your heart strings to the tune of Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing”. …Or is it ‘ting’? (h/t to @theinfamoussmma)
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