Nate Diaz Fires Back At Jake Paul Over Ducking Claims: “You’re Full of S**t”

Diaz has responded to ducking accusations from Paul.

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Nate Diaz has gone scorched earth on Jake Paul over ducking accusations.

Back in August, Diaz and Paul had a 10-round boxing match. Ultimately, while Diaz was active, his punches lacked the power to give Paul pause. “The Problem Child” landed the more effective punches and even dropped Diaz in the fifth round. Diaz got back to his feet and made it to the final bell in the 10th round. Paul was awarded the unanimous decision victory.

Nate Diaz Slams Jake Paul Over Ducking Claims For MMA Rematch

Jake Paul has insisted on giving Nate Diaz a rematch, but this time under MMA rules. “The Problem Child” also wants the MMA fight to happen under the PFL banner. Diaz hasn’t shown much interest in fighting for the PFL, however, as he has his own Fight Inc. brand and has showed loyalty to the UFC.

During a recent appearance on the Full Send Podcast, Paul said that Diaz has been purposely making outrageous demands for an MMA fight. He went as far as to say the Stockton native is ducking the rematch.

Diaz caught wind of Paul’s comments and he went off on his most recent combat sports opponent in a post on the X platform.

“Your full of s**t I didn’t ask for s**t. I’ll fight u tomorrow n Mma the problem is u suck and I don’t work for p***yFL dumbass u do. Rematch is in boxing trilogy is in Mma u need time to train anyway u suck. New Year’s Eve is good.”

Time will tell who Paul will be making his MMA debut against as part of his PFL “Super Fight Division” deal. Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported that former UFC fighter and recently released WWE superstar, Matt Riddle, is in very preliminary talks to potentially fight Jake Paul. Riddle hasn’t had a pro MMA bout since February 2014.

Published on October 9, 2023 at 3:11 pm
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