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Dustin Poirier still wants Nate Diaz fight: ‘If he leaves the UFC and I never get to touch that chin, that sucks’

Dustin Poirier still has his heart set on a fight with Nate Diaz. At UFC 269, Poirier lost his second bid for the undisputed lightweight title, getting submitted by Charles Oliveira in the third round. After the loss, he began calling for the UFC to rebook a fight with Diaz. The two men had at one point been set to face each other at UFC 230 back in 2018, but the bout fell apart.
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Nate Diaz 'takes a p***' in front of the UFC Institute

Nate Diaz recently posted a picture of herself urinating in front of the UFC Performance Institute building, sending a clear message to the UFC. At the moment, he has one more fight left to do according to the contract, and it seems that he wants out of the promotion. "Taking...
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Nate Diaz Takes a Stand, the Lightweight Puzzle, and a Blachowicz-Rakic Preview

Petesy Carroll and Chuck Mindenhall take to Spotify Live to discuss the photo of Nate Diaz ... um, relieving himself at the UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas. The guys talk about Diaz’s standoff with the UFC and where the fan favorite will ultimately go from here. Then, the guys break down the moving parts in the lightweight title picture, discussing names like Diaz, Michael Chandler, Conor McGregor, and Dustin Poirier. After that, a preview of another great weekend in MMA (29:11), and some calls from the best community in the sport, including from Ariel Helwani, who calls in from a top secret mission to give some insight into his interview with Pat Barry and Rose Namajunas yesterday.
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Morning Report: Daniel Cormier thinks Michael Chandler is the right opponent for Nate Diaz: ‘I think this is the best matchup for Nate’

Daniel Cormier believes that Nate Diaz may have finally found the perfect opponent for his final UFC fight. This past weekend, Michael Chandler stole the show, turning in a Knockout of the Year contender when he flatlined Tony Ferguson with a front kick at UFC 274. Following his win, Chandler called for a fight with Charles Oliveira or Conor McGregor, but it was the man who called him out that got Chandler’s attention. On Tuesday, Nate Diaz took to Twitter where he told the UFC to send him a contract to fight Chandler, something Chandler was quick to run with as well. And for soon-to-be UFC Hall of Famer Daniel Cormier, it was the exact right callout for Diaz.

Nate Diaz urinates outside UFC headquarters amid contract dispute

Nate Diaz has taken to Twitter to post a photo of himself urinating outside UFC headquarters, as his contract dispute with the MMA promotion continues.Diaz last fought in June, suffering a decision defeat by Leon Edwards. Prior to that bout, the American had competed twice in 2019 after a three-year hiatus from the sport.Diaz, 37, reportedly has one fight left on his current UFC deal and seems unwilling to extend his contract. He has also been unable to agree on an opponent with the UFC, however, and the fan favourite is growing increasingly frustrated by the situation.“Taking a piss on...