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Nate Diaz Calls GSP ‘A Steroid Cheater,’ Refuses To Fight Him

Nate Diaz Calls GSP ‘A Steroid Cheater,’ Refuses To Fight Him

Earlier this week, UFC president Dana White told the UFC Unfiltered podcast that the promotion is working on booking a lightweight bout between former welterweight and middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre and Nate Diaz for UFC 227 on August 4th at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Younger Diaz sends a scathing message to Georges St-Pierre via his official Facebook account, calls him cheater who is selling “wolf tickets” to UFC fans. He also brought up some history of St-Pierre who foul play before his UFC 158 title defense against Diaz’s older brother, Nick Diaz, citing a (PED) use and a failure to make weight. However, St-Pierre never tested positive for a banned substance under the UFC’s drug-testing program.

https://youtu.be/bYuMm-ad7qsGsp cheated when he fought my brother he was on steroids 💉 he was overweight and they let…

Posted by Nate Diaz on Friday, May 11, 2018

It seems like Nate Diaz was being informed about this bout, but for confusingly, some of the St-Pierre’s teammates told former UFC title contender and current analyst, Kenny Florian, that they had no idea about the matchup.

It’s unclear whether this is a publicity stunt from younger Diaz but St-Pierre is one big name that could bring Nate back to Octagon.

St-Pierre returned to famed Octagon after four years of hiatus from sports, to claim the UFC middleweight title after submitting Michael Bisping at UFC 217 back in 2017. A month later, he relinquished the title citing medical condition but expressed an interest to competing again at either 155 pounds or 170 pounds. St-Pierre has not publicly commented on the proposed fight yet.

Nothing is official at this time, and Diaz hasn’t fought since losing a majority decision to Conor McGregor at UFC 202 back in 2016.

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