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Paul Daley retired for good unless presented with Nick Diaz or Jorge Masvidal rematches

Paul Daley went out with a bang in the only way that he can. This past Friday (May 13, 2022), “Semtex” made his final walk to the cage at Bellator 281 in his home of London, England, against Wendell Giacomo. In what marked his 64th career bout in mixed martial arts (MMA), Daley scored a vintage knockout late in the second round to cap off 19 years of providing fans with entertainment (watch highlights).
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Now in retirement, Paul Daley announces he’d return to fight Jorge Masvidal and Nick Diaz: “Those two fights, that’s it”

Former Bellator welterweight contender Paul Daley confirms he’s done fighting. Well, that’s unless he’s offered a fight with Jorge Masvidal or Nick Diaz. ‘Semtex’ had his swan song last Friday night at Bellator 281 in London. The 39-year-old knocked out Wendell Giácomo in his final fight, a fitting end to his career. However, it may not be the end after all.

Cormier: I Don’t Think We’ll See Nick Diaz In The Octagon Again

Daniel Cormier is dubious about the potential return to action for Nick Diaz sometime later this year. Diaz made his return to the Octagon after a six-year layoff last September when he faced Robbie Lawler. Cormier actually suggested that the former Strikeforce champion face the former UFC welterweight champion in a rematch 17 years in the making before the fight was even scheduled.
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Nate Diaz: Don’t buy NFTs of Nick Diaz and I from ‘sorry ass UFC’

Nate Diaz is making things as unpleasant as possible for his promoter while still trying to book the final fight of his current UFC contract. The welterweight star on Wednesday ripped the UFC for selling NFTs that include he and his brother Nick Diaz, telling fans not to buy them.

Daniel Cormier not keen on Nick Diaz returning in 2022: “It didn’t seem like he wanted to be there”

Daniel Cormier has given his thoughts on former UFC title challenger Nick Diaz returning this year. The former Strikeforce champion was seemingly in retirement before being scheduled to fight at UFC 266 against Robbie Lawler. While he seemed in great shape in training photos, he showed up and notably said he didn’t want to fight. His mental state was further questioned when he requested the fight to be moved to middleweight just days away from the contest.

Jake Shields Hopes Nick Diaz Fights Again, But Wants Him To Do A ‘Proper’ Training Camp

Will Nick Diaz fight again? Well, Jake Shields hopes so. Shields, a teammate and friend of Diaz, isn’t too sure if the UFC superstar will ever come back. Diaz last fought at UFC 266, where he would call it quits against Robbie Lawler in round 3. The grounded Diaz would refuse to get up and referee Herb Dean put a stop to the fight, declaring Lawler the winner by TKO.

Jake Shields wants teammate Nick Diaz to fight again but says he’d “like to see him do a proper camp” this time around

Jake Shields is hoping his longtime friend and teammate, Nick Diaz fights again. Diaz made his highly-anticipated return back at UFC 266 against Robbie Lawler. The fight came together quickly but on fight week, Diaz got the fight moved to middleweight and many were concerned with that. Ultimately, he suffered a TKO loss to Lawler and after the bout, Shields says Diaz was forced into taking the fight.