Stephanie McMahon Spotted With Male UFC Star

Nate Diaz is no longer a UFC fighter. He walked away a free man after successfully fighting out his contractual obligations with the UFC. The Stockton native defeated former lightweight interim champion Tony Ferguson via guillotine choke in the fourth round of the main event of UFC 279 inside T-Mobile Arena. It has been noted that Mike Perry is in favor of fighting Nate Diaz and that might draw the latter to BKFC. It seems he could be joining WWE as well.

 


 

Nate Diaz spotted with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon

Nate Diaz recently shared a photo on his Instagram. He can be seen posing with recently retired WWE Hall of Famer Triple H and his wife, Stephanie McMahon, daughter of long-time WWE CEO Vince McMahon. Triple H is currently WWE’s Chief Content Officer, while McMahon serves as the promotion’s co-CEO.

The caption added to the photo by Diaz suggests that Diaz just might venture into pro wrestling:

“We’ll see what’s bout to happen next.”

Daniel Cormier recently made a WWE appearance when he was the special guest referee for Matt Riddle vs Seth Rollins in Fight Pit match. Cormier believes that Khamzat Chimaev’s missing weight turned out to be great for Nate Diaz. Giving the reason for his comments, ‘DC’ said that Diaz would have been out-skilled against the Swede if the two faced off at UFC 279.

In an episode of ESPN MMA, ‘DC’ said:

“Nate Diaz not fighting Khamzat was a gift from God. Like, that is literally best case scenario for him … I will sit here and say this without a shadow of a doubt, he was going to lose to Khamzat Chimaev, and he was going to lose badly. As much as Nate dismisses the guy, he just doesn’t have the skillset to stop the guy from doing what he does.”

Bishal Roy
Bishal Roy
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade who feels fortunate to express the love for the art through writing. A passionate learner in the world of professional writing, and an ardent Manchester United fan.

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