Diaz Claims “No One’s Real” In MMA Anymore

On the 8th anniversary of an insane brawl at Strikeforce: Nashville, Nate Diaz took time to remind everyone that he and his team were the first to initiate gang fights at MMA events.

Diaz is referring to his UFC rival Conor McGregor, and his attack on a UFC team bus, following a confrontation between McGregor’s teammate Artem Lobov and Khabib Nurmagomedov. The incident would lead to McGregor and another McGregor training partner/ running buddy Cian Cowley.

“This what they were trying to act like they were doing n NYC but no ones for real in this sport were the last of our kind it’s a new day in age ride or die we started this G s***

The “Nashville brawl” took place on April 18th, 2010, when Jason Miller jumped the cage following Jake Shields’ title win over Dan Henderson.

Miller’s invasion of the cake brought the “Skrap Pack” of Nick and Nate Diaz, Gilbert Melendez and others into the cage to defend their teammate by jumping Miller right in the cage. The fight would lead to Strikeforce announcer Gus Johnson’s famous quote“Sometimes these things happen in MMA” to the nearly three million viewers watching on CBS.

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