Nate Diaz Comes At Conor McGregor, Tells Dustin Poirier ‘I’ll Show You How To Do It’
Nate Diaz — the outspoken younger brother Nick Diaz — has something to say to his former rivals Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier.
Diaz (21-13) called out McGregor and Poirier on Twitter on Monday and, though the tweets have been deleted, MMA fans caught wind of the fighter’s messages.
“You Should’ve already learned from this,” he wrote to McGregor with a photo alongside the tweet.
Diaz has shared the octagon with the McGregor twice. When they met each other in the middle of the octagon, he defeated the Irish fighter via submission in the second round. After that, they fought with each other again – a close and brutal fight — but McGregor defeated Diaz via split decision, which some dub as of the most spectacular fights in UFC history.
Diaz and Poirier have not shared the octagon yet. Their battle was scheduled for UFC 230, but this bout didn’t materialize. But it seems that Poirier might still be on his mind.
“Don’t trip tho I’ll show you how to do it,” he pointed to Poirier.
The last time Diaz fought was at UFC 263. This was the first five-rounder fight in the UFC history that wasn’t for the title or was not the main event of the evening.
He stunned his rival in the last minute of the fifth round. But Leon survived and won via unanimous decision.
Both McGregor and Poirer are coming out from their trilogy fight.
McGregor is recovering from a broken leg in his second straight loss to Poirier. Poirier, meanwhile, is more likely to fight for the lightweight title against Charles Oliveira.