It started innocently enough.
UFC commentator Jon Anik was so confident that Conor McGregor was going to knockout Nate Diaz in the first round of their UFC 196 headliner, that he told podcast pal Kenny Florian he would get a “209” tattoo on his forearm if “Notorious” lost.
As expected, that didn’t sit well with Diaz.
John Anik should keep his bitchass opinion to his self #uwillsoonbeslaped https://t.co/HvFXOHWnGX pic.twitter.com/VJcbQ2XYGX
— Nathan Diaz (@NateDiaz209) March 2, 2016
Hey, he’s just following the example set by his brother Nick.
Not long after the tweet, Anik responded with an apology and insists there was more to the conversation surrounding this Saturday night’s (March 5, 2016) pay-per-view (PPV) event in Las Vegas, Nevada.
@NateDiaz209 Massive fan of yours. Was a lot more to what was said. Sorry for my comments and any misunderstanding. Not at all my intention.
— Jon Anik (@Jon_Anik) March 2, 2016
In case you weren’t aware of how deadly the open-hand bitch slap can be, just ask Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Source:: mma mania