Nick Diaz Says Both Conor Mcgregor And Khabib Nurmagomedov Aren’t That Good And If Given Chance He’ll ‘Crush Them’
Nick Diaz a former Strikeforce champion didn’t step foot inside the Octagon since his middleweight showdown with Anderson Silva in January 2015. The fight results were later overturned to a no-contest after both Silva and Diaz failed a drug test. Diaz, of Stockton, California, hasn’t had a win in the Octagon since 2011.
Diaz was recently caught up by TMZ outside the Warwick nightclub in Hollywood. On being asked if he’s unhappy with his recent USADA suspension considering that he could have fought some big fights and made a hell of money.
“There wasn’t nobody to fight anyways for me,” Diaz says … “Ain’t nobody out there. Everybody out there ain’t sh*t right now.”
He was recently cleared of a domestic criminal case and vows to return to action in 2019 and ready to beat every motherf*cker including current welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.
“I’ll whoop his ass too. He’s too boring.”
Diaz then changes his stance and said not only he could whoop Woodley’s ass if given a chance he’ll beat overrated Conor Mcgregor and Khabib Nurmgaomedov as well.
“I’ll beat both of them. Both they asses … THEY’RE NOT THAT GOOD!”
Upcoming UFC 229 Pay-Per-View event featuring a former two-division champion Conor Mcgregor will challenge undefeated Khabib Nurmagomedov for the lightweight title which is expected to be the biggest fight in the UFC history. It seems Diaz seems unimpressed with this matchup.
Off course, Nick helped his younger brother Nate Diaz to prepare for Notorious bouts at both UFC 196 (win) and UFC 202 (loss). It seems trilogy fight between Nate and Mcgregor is less likely to happen as time passes by, but sure Mcgregor does have respect for his former foe.