Nate Diaz, the UFC’s prodigal son, is coming to the promotion.
The longtime fan-favorite will surely fill 50 percent of the Diaz-brothers-shaped hole that’s been a bothersome existence in the UFC.
Nick, the elder of Stockton, California’s Diaz brothers, has not competed since January 2015 in MMA. It is nice to have the world’s leading arts business is rejoined by among the siblings that are no-nonsense.
The opponent because of his comeback struggle of diaz is Anthony Pettis, the UFC lightweight champion. He’ll hope this one endings better than his final bout inside the Octagon.
Diaz’s final bout resulted in what you could refer to as a”lose-win situation” for the today 34-year-old.
By the narrowest of conclusions, the Cesar Gracie BJJ black belt dropped in his highly anticipated rematch with Conor McGregor at UFC 202. Disappointing, convinced, but he must wash the tears off his face with a cool $13 million in pay-per-view earnings and his combined purse.
Of course he wanted a little time off.
Now the UFC boy will focus on Pettis and an opportunity to reestablish himself in the game.
Like his last two bouts against McGregor, this one will probably be scrapped at welterweight. While Pettis is 1-0 at the UFC in welterweight following an unbelievable win over Stephen Thompson at March, diaz is 2-3 in his last five fights at 170 lbs.
What a fight we’ve got in store.
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