Nate Diaz couldn’t hold on to UFC president Dana White’s claim about UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley’s fight was never offered and responded swiftly by calling him ‘shut up b*tch.’
Promotions were in negotiation with Diaz about UFC 219 super fight with Woodley. Nate Diaz started training; rumors swirled out of control, which came and went in recent weeks. Suddenly Woodley started to calling out Diaz again, unfortunately, it finally died – as Woodley claims Diaz priced himself out the fight for a reason.
Eventually, Dana White nail in it more by saying, UFC 219 fight was never even offered during a media scrum on Tuesday.
Nate Diaz took to social media and blasted White’s recent statement about the Woodley fight wasn’t offered.
As per Dana White, Nate Diaz has turned down every fight he’s been offered on the UFC roster for the past year and a half.
Even, Woodley responded almost immediately to White’s claim: (Via MMA fighting)
“Why would I get in camp, and why would Nate give a $15 million purse request if there was no fight? It’s obvious they haven’t found their blockbuster headliner yet. This was a reality, and they know it. The inability to come to financial terms with Nate killed it.”
Diaz hasn’t stepped inside the octagon since a majority-decision loss to UFC champ Conor McGregor at UFC 202 in August 2016. Nate Diaz can sit back and wait for an invincible fight with Conor Mcgregor to materialize or until Woodley fight offered again, whatever comes first.