While Nate Diaz may have already won the biggest fight he’s ever going to have when he submitted Conor McGregor at UFC 196 via second-round rear naked choke, defeating the Irish superstar once again at UFC 202 on Aug. 20 live on pay-per-view (PPV) from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, wouldn’t hurt.
Since his destruction of “Notorious” back in March, Diaz has experienced a massive boost in mainstream popularity. The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight title contender has never been at the forefront of the promotion like he is today. After 10 years of Octagon action, Diaz is finally receiving the recognition he deserves.
In the above video (courtesy of UFC), Diaz’s sits down with Megan Olivi to discuss his early…
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