Nate Diaz fights with Jorge Masvidal in his BMF championship match on 02. November 2019 at Madison Square Garden UFC 244 against Jorge Masvidal.
UFC superstar Nate Diaz received a call for fight number 13 in welterweight Belala Remember the name Mohammed. Mohammed currently wins 170 pounds in 3 fights and 7-1 in the last 8 fights.
On Tuesday, Mohammed was ranked 13th in the official UFC middleweight ranking, a position Diaz took before the update, and was placed in the top 15. In his speech Mohammed emphasized this and also used one of the most emblematic lines of Diaz.
I’ll take everything you’ve been working on @NateDiaz209 and try to get your number back, brother, Mohammed tweeted.
I take everything you’ve been working on @NateDiaz209 and try to get your number back: brother pic.twitter.com/ibVFoDwk1q.
– Belal Muhammad (@bullyb170) 17. November 2020.
Diaz hasn’t answered Mohammed’s call yet. There’s no telling when the fighter from Stockton, California, will fight again. The last time he competed was in November 2019, when he lost to Jorge Masvidal due to a work stoppage at a doctor’s office.
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Mohammed used the Diaz line according to interviews conducted after the battle of 2015.
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Diaz is a veteran fighter known for his memorable interviews in the Octagon, perhaps the most famous of which took place after his UFC victory over Michael Johnson at Fox: dos Anjos vs. Cerrone 2 in December 2015. Diaz came back to the Octagon after more than a year of sports and defeated Johnson with a unanimous decision.
In an interview with Joe Rogan after the fight, Diaz called Conor McGregor.
That’s what Diaz said through MMA Fighting. Conor McGregor, you take everything I’ve worked for, mom f*****. I’m gonna fight your f****** a**. You know what a real fight is, what a fight for money I am. Not those clowns you already screwed at the press conference. Nobody wants to see that. You know you can beat them already. It’s an easy fight. You want the real ass. It’s over there.
This challenge endangered Diaz as a potential opponent of the Notorious and he eventually fought the Irishman and defeated him in less than three months. They took revenge in August 2016, and McGregor won with a majority. For over four years, fans have been waiting for the battle for their trilogy.
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Welterweight#2 Gilbert Burns recently challenged Diaz with agrab.
The top candidate in the middleweight category, Gilbert Burns, also had his eye on Diaz. Last week the Brazilian went on social media to challenge Diaz in a wrestling match. Durinho wants to compete with Diaz in Kale Sonnen’s Submission Underground promotion, and he has big bets in mind.
As my name indicates, my fight hasn’t been planned yet, ([not] because I am), Burns wrote. I bet $200,000, you bet $200,000, the winner takes all @sonnench.
Just like Mohammed’s call, Diaz Burns’ call hasn’t been answered yet.
Last month followed Diaz Burns with a video of Durinho knocking out Dan Hooker. The lightweight Hooker’s Burns and No. 5 entered the competition in July 2018, when the Brazilian weighed 155 pounds.
– Nathan Diaz (@NateDiaz209) 9. October 2020
That bitch took out Burns in the first round. Durinho competed in two other races in the lightweight category and won both battles before moving on to the welterweight category where he was undefeated.
Durinho – 3-0 by 170 pounds, the next estimated challenger to champion Kamaru Usman for the belt in the welterweight category.
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