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Nate Diaz not mad at Justin Bieber, says ‘real fans’ knew he would beat Conor McGregor

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It pains me to write this, but write it I must. For the show must go on!

Last week, following Nate Diaz’s shocking second round destruction of Conor McGregor at UFC 196, several fans of the Irishman found it difficult to accept the reality of the situation.

One airhead in particular, with a fanbase legion of similar airheads, Instagrammed a photo of McGregor with the caption, “Still the champ.”

Still the champ

A photo posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on Mar 5, 2016 at 10:19pm PST

Which, technically, is true, since McGregor wasn’t fighting for a UFC belt. His stock, however, certainly plummeted from the insane heights at which it had been hovering until then.

Earlier today (Friday, March 11), “Extra’s” Charissa Thompson, who looks like she knows about as much about mixed martial arts as a cat knows about giving fucks, was at Universal Studios Hollywood to interview the man who derailed the hype train.

Thompson asked a surprisingly polite and friendly Nate Diaz for his reaction to the Instagram and his answer generated the sort of laughs one might have expected from a 1960s sitcom laugh track.

“Smack!” says Diaz, pantomiming the famous Stockton slap. “Nah, it’s all good, Bieber’s all good, it’s whatever.”

His brother Nick posted a more ambiguous reaction on Instagram.

The veteran UFC fighter said he did notice several celebrities sharing their disappointment in his victory, but added they’re probably not terribly informed (or in the case of Bieber, bright).

“Oh yeah I saw [Bieber] and Drake, too, they put their opinions out. But they must not be too hardcore fans of the sport because they’re riding a bandwagon, you know what I mean? Hey, this America. But the real fighters, real martial artists and the real fans of this sport knew who was gonna win that fight.”

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Source:: mma mania