Dana White Doesn’t Expect Either Of The Diaz Brothers To Fight Again


UFC President Dana White has had a truly interesting relationship with both Nick and Nate Diaz.

Although both brothers have spent lots of time competing inside the Octagon, the UFC President doesn’t think either of them will ever fight again.

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“I don’t know if those guys will ever fight again,” White said to TMZ. “We offer them fights all the time.”

Nick hasn’t competed since dropping a decision to former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva at UFC 183, while Nate hasn’t fought since dropping a decision to UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor at UFC 205.

Nate recently admitted that he turned down a chance to fight Tony Ferguson at UFC 213, a scenario that is all too common to the UFC President.

“We offer fights and they turn them down,” White said. “I don’t know what he wants. That’s up to them. That they want to fight next week or if they never want to fight again, that’s up to them. Not up to me. They don’t seem like they want to fight, no. Either one of them.”

White will be seen next at UFC 211, which takes place on Saturday, May 13 from the American Airlines Arena in Dallas, Texas.

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