UFC legend Nick Diaz said UFC president Dana White said in a new interview that he shouldn’t step into the Octagon to fight again.
Diaz escaped from a six-year furlough and faced rival Robbie Lawler in September at UFC 266. This is the first fight in the UFC since 2015. He still lost, and it was TKO’s defeat. As far as White is concerned, the fight showed that Diaz wasn’t fighting because he loved sports, but rather because he had to fight.
“I don’t think Nick should fight, no matter how good he looked or what he did after such a massive furlough. That doesn’t mean I agree with it. He Is a grown-up guy and can do whatever he wants. I don’t think Nick is doing it because Nick loves it. Nick is doing it because he has to do it. I don’t know, man. People always ask me, “What is the key to success?” It’s all about being happy and doing what you love, “White said. ESPN (via MMAjunkie.com).
White suggests that Diaz shouldn’t wear gloves and fight in the UFC, though White also praised the “Stockton Bad Boy” on his way to the battle., We call it “attractive”.
“When I always sit in the bumper-to-bumper traffic and talk about people going to work they hate, that’s what Nick Diaz and I feel when he’s preparing for the fight. He’s the bumper. The traffic from the bumper goes to a job he doesn’t like at all. It’s really fascinating, but for a guy who’s off as long as he’s there, it’s just a homage to Nick. ” Said White.
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Nick Diaz should never fight again, says UFC President Dana White
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