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Nate Diaz Urines Outside the UFC PI: “They Won’t Cut Me!”

✔ "I could do this cause I get paid more" ✔ The UFC star shows his dissatisfaction with the UFC!

UFC veteran and star Nate Diaz earlier today shared a picture on social media that seems to show how he urinates outside the UFC’s Performance Institute in Las Vegas.

Nate is only rumoured to have one fight left on his contract, but despite several attempts with the UFC, he has not managed to get anything booked. He has, among other things, challenged Dustin Poirier and Michael Chandler, but the UFC seems to want to book the popular fighter against Swede Khamzat Chimaev, at least according to the “UFC leaked video” last week.

The last time Nate competed was in June last year when he met the top-ranked welterweight Leon Edwards. “Rocky” Edwards put a dominant performance against the younger Diaz brother, except for a moment towards the end of the fifth round when Nate managed to hurt him. The result was an unanimous decision for the Brit.

Welterweight star Nate has recently been clear that he is done with the UFC, but took it to a new level on twitter when he showed his dissatisfaction with the organization in a slightly more extreme way.

Taking a piss on the ufc pi I could do this cause I get paid more than all uguys and they won’t cut me

After this weekend’s UFC 274, Nate commented that both Charles Oliveira and Justin Gaethje “suck” and also claimed that he could make Oliveira clap without any problems. However, the opponent that Nate seems to be aiming for at the moment is the fan favorite Chandler.

UFC got me on ice for a year now chandlers obviously ready to fight send a contract it’s time – Nate wrote on Twitter

The Stockton fighter is thus very eager to finish his last fight on the UFC contract, probably in search of better opportunities. Super fights in the boxing world, for example, are something that the fighter seems to be interested in.


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