UFC President Dana White and Nate Diaz have been on the opposite side of the spectrum many times throughout Diaz’s run in the promotion.
The UFC President recently stated that the Stockton native has turned down every fight the promotion has offered to him.
“For a year and a half, we’ve been offering him fights… We continuously offer him fights and he continuously turns them down,” White said at a media luncheon.
Diaz hasn’t been seen in the Octagon since a decision loss to UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor at UFC 202.
Despite not competing since that bout, the younger Diaz brother had been linked to a third fight with McGregor and a bout with UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley, but nothing ever came together.
In typical Diaz fashion, the fighter took to Instagram to issue his response to what the UFC President has been saying:
Even though he hasn’t competed since the aforementioned UFC 202 bout, the manager for Diaz has said the fighter would be willing to compete again if the price were right.