Nate Diaz hasn’t been seen in the Octagon since a decision loss to UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor in the main event of UFC 202.
Despite rumored bouts with both McGregor and UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley, the Stockton native is still sitting on the sidelines.
However, the fighter recently came out on Twitter to say that the UFC has offered him a title shot in every weight class there is.
Ufc offered me title fight in any weight class Im kool though I'll givem a shot when they do something good— Nathan Diaz (@NateDiaz209) December 9, 2017
On to the next sport for now ----
Even though he was supposedly offered title shots in all eight UFC weight classes, the contender turned all of them down.
Instead, the UFC veteran teased that he was moving onto the next sport and that seems to be professional boxing.
Diaz has applied for a boxing license in the state of Nevada, which is the same state that longtime rival Conor McGregor has his boxing license in.
UFC President Dana White is working on starting a boxing promotion in 2018, so there is a possibility that Diaz could wind up fighting there.