Nate Diaz Accuses Jake Paul Of Using Steroids, Hopes To Make Stipulation To Boxing Match

Nate Diaz alleges Jake Paul is doping, calls for fight stipulations to be changed.

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Image Credit: Nate Diaz & Jake Paul's instagram

Nate Diaz is hoping to make a change to his August 5 boxing match against Jake Paul.

After Diaz submitted Tony Ferguson at UFC 279 – which was the final fight of his deal – he said he would be leaving the promotion but would eventually come back. Immediately, many thought that would mean a boxing match against Jake Paul which will happen in Dallas, Texas on August 5.

Although the contracts have been signed for the boxing match, Diaz is now hoping to make a change as he claims Paul is on steroids.

“12 rounds Ur on steroids so let’s put that shit to work,” Diaz wrote on Twitter.

Diaz Plans To ‘Conquer’ Boxing

As of right now, Paul has yet to respond to Diaz’s request but with contracts signed, it seems unlikely it will be moved to 12 rounds. Diaz is also not the first person to accuse Paul of taking steroids as Firas Zahabi thought the brash YouTuber-turned-boxer was on steroids.

Even though Nate Diaz thinks Jake Paul is on steroids, when the fight was announced, he was confident he won’t just win but will knock out Paul to save the fight game.

“Besides Canelo (Alvarez), he’s the biggest thing in boxing. I’m here to conquer that. I’m the King of combat sports and then I’m headed back to get my UFC belts,” Diaz said in a press release. “I fucked up Conor for acting out and now here I am again, like a Super Hero of the Real Fight game, the King of the Real Fight game.”

Nate Diaz (21-13 MMA) will be making his boxing debut when he takes on Jake Paul in August. Although he is not a boxer, he has shown off good hands in his MMA career and is known for his insane cardio and chin which is also why he probably wants the fight to go 12 rounds.

Published on April 28, 2023 at 10:22 am
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