Nate Diaz Goes Off On Dana White For Claiming He Rejected Fights


It seems like the relationship between UFC President Dana White and longtime UFC fighter Nate Diaz is getting worse with each passing day.

Recently in an interview with TMZ, the UFC President said both Nate and his brother Nick are constantly turning down fights offered to them.

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Upon hearing of the White interview, Nate went off about the subject on a Twitter post:

Nate hasn’t competed since suffering a decision loss to UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor at UFC 202. Nick has been inactive since a decision loss to former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva at UFC 183.

"We keep offering Nate fights and he keeps turning them down. Nick too,” White said to TMZ.

The younger Diaz brother has also recently applied for a boxing license, which longtime rival McGregor has done as well.

Former UFC Lightweight Champion Eddie Alvarez also spoke out recently about Nate turning down a fight with him.

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