White Has Nothing To Say To Nate Diaz

If Nate Diaz was looking to be placated by Dana White following his walkout of the UFC 227 press conference, he may be waiting for a while.

Moments after Diaz stared down his UFC 229 opponent Dustin Poirier, the Stockton, California naive walked out of the press conference, and would blast the UFC on social media and to TMZ.

“I’m not fighting on that show (expletive) the @ufc,” Diaz wrote on Twitter.

“They better start acting right. They better start over-promoting me instead of under promoting me,” said Diaz. “They brought me to this press conference late. They brought me (late.)”

White told reporters following UFC 227, that Diaz had tickets waiting for him for UFC 227, but no-showed the event possibly in protest.

When asked about the relationship between the fighter and promoter, White told reporters that, “You tell me if everything’s okay with Nate Diaz. If you can decipher that code, call me tomorrow and let me know.”

White then said he had no plans on speaking to Diaz, “What are we going to talk about?”, asked White.

UFC 230 takes place at Madison Square Garden in New York on November 3rd.


Initial Report: Forbes

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