Nate Diaz Called Out Dustin Poirier And Two Other UFC Superstars For Ducking Him: ‘Scared P**sys’

Nate Diaz believes three UFC superstars were scared to fight him when he was still with the promotion.

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Nate Diaz (Far Left), Dustin Poirier (Middle Left), Khabib Nurmagomedov (Middle Right), and Khamzat Chimaev (Far Right)(Images via Instagram @NateDiaz209 @DustinPoirier @Khabib_Nurmagomedov @Khamzat Chimaev)

Nate Diaz has called out Khamzat Chimaev, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and Dustin Poirier for allegedly ducking him. 

Diaz has never been afraid to voice his opinion. The former UFC lightweight title challenger feels like three superstars ducked him during his UFC tenure. The 37-year-old called out those fighters on Twitter by saying: 

“I’m 3-0 in the UFC against Cumshot [Khamzat Chimaev],Kabib [Khabib Nurmagomedov],and Dustin [Poirier]  do to them being scared p*ssys. Sleep with that”

Diaz parted ways with the UFC after defeating Tony Ferguson by a fourth-round submission at UFC 279. The Stockton native was initially supposed to fight Chimaev, but ‘Borz’ drastically missed weight, shuffling the fight card. 

Meanwhile, Diaz was supposed to fight Poirier in 2018 before ‘The Diamond’ pulled out with an injury. They would later discuss re-booking the matchup, but it never materialized. Lastly, the TUF Season 5 winner was never scheduled to fight Nurmagomedov. 

With that said, he did voice his disdain for ‘The Eagle’ in a sit-down interview with Ariel Helwani, claiming the Russian tried to bully him. He would later have another in-person altercation with the Hall of Famer at UFC 239. Although Nurmagomedov retired, it’s not impossible for Diaz to eventually re-sign with the UFC and try to book a fight against Chimaev or Poirier. 

Dustin Poirier responds to Nate Diaz calling him scared

Dustin Poirier has a resume featuring a who’s who list of UFC featherweights and lightweights, including a thrilling win against Michael Chandler last time out. Therefore, ‘The Diamond’ quickly shut down any talks of him ducking Nate Diaz at any point in their careers. Poirier responded to Diaz’s Twitter callout by saying: 

“Shut ya b*tcha*s up, tell the truth about our match up h*e”

Diaz quickly responded to Poirier’s comments by doubling down on his callout. He had this to say: 

“Ur a p*ssy like the other 2 when sh*t got hot u b*tched out of the fight 3-0   Real fighter me vs real p*ssys you.”

Diaz hasn’t announced what’s next for his career. The Stockton native is interested in pursuing other opportunities but could eventually return to the Octagon. If he does fight in the UFC again, the trilogy fight against Conor McGregor would be a necessity. There’s also a slight chance he fights Poirier one day, with the aggressive social media interaction likely helping those odds.

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