After Nate Diaz surprised the world by dominating Cowboy Cerrone at UFC 141, he celebrated by having pizza at the hotel only to throw it up minutes later. He then came back to his hotel room and told Nick, Layzie, and I that his body is so used to eating healthy food that even when he wants to have a cheat day, he just ends up puking. That same night, Nick and I discussed how a low-carbohydrate diet with little to no meat is probably the greatest thing a human being can do to improve their well-being. That’s right, Nick Diaz and I talked about diets in the Mandalay on the night of his brother’s remarkable performance. That’s the life, folks.
That same night as Layzie and I were walking around the Mandalay Bay, Seanbaby appeared and I told him that he was my only editorial inspiration growing up. He was pretty inebriated and he kept rattling on about Cowboy’s leg sweeps by visually showing us the movement in the middle of the hotel lobby. I managed to give him one of my MiddleEasy stickers. That’s it. The previous story was my greatest Nate Diaz interaction in the history of my life. Every other form of social communication has just been a polite head nod — even after he defeated Jim Miller at UFC on FOX. Bummer, I’m probably never going to train with Nate Diaz. Neither are you. Perhaps you should just watch this video and see how it is to train with the UFC lightweight title challenger.