Nick Diaz Trashes “Cheater” Georges St-Pierre After UFC Retirement

Nick Diaz Roasts Georges St-Pierre: “I Fought Him, He Cheats To F*ck Your B*tch Ass Sport”

The former UFC Welterweight and Middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre announced his retirement from MMA at a Thursday morning press conference, after failing to get a chance to meet the current Lightweight king Khabib Nurmagomedov in a super-fight.

Many members of the MMA community paid tribute to the retired legend.

But Nick Diaz heavily trashed his old rival Georges St-Pierre.

 “[GSP] fights like a bitch and always has, I fought him and he cheats to fuck your bitch ass sport,” Diaz wrote in his Instagram story (transcribed by Fansided). “I fight for real and I won. I don’t play ball. Life’s not a game, the UFC is. Congrats, nice to see someone leave well enough alone for once.”

Nick Diaz and Georges St-Pierre have a rich beef history. Nick appeared at The Fan 590, a Sportsnet radio station where he claimed GSP was “on steroids”. (h/t Bloody Elbow)

“I believe that he’s is on plenty of steroids, and I don’t think they test around here either. I doubt I’ll be tested as well. I don’t care what they say to the fans or the media, I don’t think we’ll be tested. And if so, he’s probably got a bottle of piss in his pocket.”

The two met in the main event of UFC 158, on March 16, 2013, where “GSP” won via unanimous decision.

Few days later, a controversial video was release. UFC official Mike Mersch informed Nick Diaz that despite the weight limit was 170 lbs, it would be tolerated as long as fighters weigh “less than 171 pounds”.

“Here, they’re going to allow you and Georges to have an extra hour,” Mersch said. “Just in case somebody doesn’t make it.”

“But the good news is, they don’t count the decimal. If you’re 170.2 it’s 170. If it’s 170.9. it’s 170.”

“It’s just something to keep in mind. That’s kind of an off the record type of thing. But keep that in mind. As long as he’s under 171, we should be good.”

On April 11, 2013, Georges St-Pierre admitted to the reporter Marc Tougas of La Presse that he probably weighed around 170.4 pounds for the clash against Nick Diaz.

“I don’t remember if I was… I think it was point 4, or something like that. Because they round it out…. Huh, point 4, yeah, so that’s… You want to get there as heavy as you can to show you’re right on, on the scale. It’s a bit of a mental trick.”

In May 2018, Nick claimed St-Pierre poisoned him before their UFC 158 fight.

Georges St-Pierre was later appeared on Joe Rogan Experience podcast, where he fired back at Nick’s claims. St-Pierre trolled Diaz, describing how he “poisoned Nick Diaz and bribed the athletic commission before their fight”.

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Published on February 22, 2019 at 12:58 am
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