Nick Diaz Reveals Girlfriend In New Photo

UFC star Nick Diaz recently took to his Instagram account and posted a picture with his girlfriend. Here is what his caption read:


“Me and K ☠️🥊”
Check it out below:

Michael Bisping talks about potential opponent of Nick Diaz

Michael Bisping recently came up with suggestions regarding who Nick Diaz should fight next in the UFC. In the latest episode of the Believe You Me podcast, Bisping named Donald Cerrone and Jorge Masvidal as the two fighters he would like Diaz to be set against in his next octagon appearance:

“I’d like to see him against someone in a similar position like Donald Cerrone. Donald Cerrone would be good. He fights at 170. Of course, he’s fighting Joe Lauzon at 155 on the next pay-per-view… but he can bump back up to 170… What about Jorge Masvidal? Do you know what I mean? Put the BMF title back on the line. [Jorge Masvidal] beat up his little brother [Nate Diaz]. See if he can do the same to him… It’ll be a fun stylistic matchup.”

Nick Diaz had been away for more than six years and he had returned to action last year in September. The Stockton native took on Robbie Lawler in a rematch at UFC 266. After a competitive battle in the first two rounds, ‘Ruthless’ landed a check hook that dropped Diaz to the ground. The 38-year-old decided not to continue the fight. As a result, Lawler got his hand raised via TKO.

Reacting to Diaz’s performance, UFC commentator Joe Rogan said on his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience that Diaz would have had a better outing if he had more time to prepare:

“He didn’t do that bad for a guy that was out six [years]. You know, Robbie Lawler was pressuring him and he was putting it on him and he was definitely getting the better of the exchanges, but it’s not like Nick Diaz didn’t have his moments. He definitely did. He would just have to have way more time to prepare and he would have to really be, like, ready to go… Like the Nick Diaz that fought Anderson Silva, like the Nick Diaz that fought Georges St-Pierre… I mean, that dude was a f*****g killer.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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