If you try to take Nick Diaz's girl, you're likely to get a Stockton Slap across the grill. But that wasn't always the case.
Diaz recently appeared on The Jasta Show and recalled getting in to MMA because he wanted to be able to step up to people who disrespected him. However, when a teenage Nick Diaz met Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, things didn't go the way he'd envisioned.
Diaz was at out with a girl he was interested in, but Rampage -- accompanied by his team -- got to work.
“So he walks up to this girl,” Diaz says. “I’m with this girl in line and they all come in behind us and he goes, ‘Yo, yo, is that your girl?’ I’m 16, 17. She’s sitting right there and I kind of like her but she’s not (Diaz's girlfriend), so I’m not gonna say to him like yeah she’s my girlfriend. I’m like, ‘No, she’s my friend.’ And he goes, ‘Yo girl, yo girl, yo girl, what’s your style?’ And she’s all ‘What are you talking about? What are you talking about?’ And he’s all ‘Oh, doggy style, doggy style!’ Then, I was like, what! He was getting all hype-y on her right and I was just like 'oh man.'"
Diaz said that he was a bit starstruck by Rampage, and the girl called him out for not saying anything.
“I can’t say anything. I’m looking at this giant Rampage character and I’m like, ‘F--k’ and there’s another team of dudes. I’m like, ‘Bitch, what did you want me to say? What you want me to say to this guy?’ He was joking and he respectfully asked me, ‘Is that your girl?’ and I was like ‘Uh, well, you know, I want her to be!’
You can hear the clip above.
Cory Cropper contributed to this article