The 27-year-old has fought his way through the ranks of UFC to earn a shot at Benson Henderson for the lightweight title.
Nate Diaz is at it again on Twitter. The UFC veteran and recent lightweight title challenger today requested to be released from his contract.Filed under: Featured, News, Only on Junkie, UFC...
To successfully defend the Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight crown for a second time, Benson Henderson must deny a challenger whose stock has never been higher.
Manager Cesar Gracie met on Monday with UFC president Dana White to
hammer out a new deal Nate Diaz and discuss the
future of his brother, Nick Diaz.
Although White on Monday tweeted th...
Nate Diaz appears to have solidified his position as No. 1 contender to the UFC lightweight title.
Not only did Nate Diaz secure a shot at the UFC lightweight championship on Saturday night, but he was also among the UFC on Fox 3 post-fight bonus winners.
Nate Diaz might still be a bout away from a title shot, but beating Miller would have its virtues.
Following a mediocre run at welterweight, Nate Diaz headlines UFC on Fox 3 with Jim Miller, fighting for a shot at the UFC lightweight championship.
A lightweight tilt between standouts Jim Miller and
Nate Diaz hasn't officially been dubbed a title
Unofficially, it may be a different story.
"That's what I was told was...
Add the winner of Nate Diaz vs. Jim Miller at UFC on Fox 3 in May to the UFC lightweight championship merry-go-round.
UFC lightweight Donald Cerrone certainly would like another crack at Nate Diaz, but you won’t hear “Cowboy” trying to convince his former opponent to stick with the promotionFiled under: New...
UFC president Dana White responds to Nate Diaz's request for more money during a media lunch in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Despite having signed a new contract about a year ago, Nate Diaz has been making waves, speaking out about the "funny money" that he's being paid and going as far as asking for his release.
You'd think on a weekend where the UFC event was a Friday morning (for us east coast residents) and wasn't even being shown on television that things would be relatively quiet. Alas, no.
Nate Diaz finally provides more context to his bizarre Tweets, revealing that he is "broke" and does, indeed, want to be released from his UFC contract if he is unable to renegotiate better ...