A revised strategy, perhaps, for the new, improved, and non-violent Diaz?
Between Anderson Silva's pantomiming and Nick Diaz's shit talking, we could have ourselves a two-man comedy act for the main read news >>
Could Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz be fighting for a shot at UFC gold when they meet early next year? UFC President Dana White can’t say for sure, but it’s certainly possible. Filed under: MMA Rumors read news >>
But that's how he makes a living, so he doesn't have much choice.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White was finally able to lure former welterweight number one contender Nick Diaz read news >>
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BANGOR, Maine – Nick Diaz is one of few athletes who will openly admit that he doesn’t enjoy his profession, and UFC President Dana White takes that as no surprise.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
In this Tommy Toehold episode exclusive for SBNation, Not Anderson Silva and Not Nick Diaz turn the tables on Tommy Toehold. read news >>
When we heard that the UFC was working to make Ronda Rousey-Gina Carano a reality, we should have known then that things were changing, perhaps by necessity.
Since the beginning of 2014, the pay-per- read news >>
MMA attracts a certain kind: the kind that doesn't mind violence or, like, not getting paid enough, and things like that.
As much as the sport has grown, at its center, a lot of the guys are outlaws read news >>
The UFC delighted fans with the announcement that two of their most popular fighters, Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz, were returning to the cage to face off in one of the closest things to a superfight read news >>
The notion of making dream MMA matchups come to fruition has long mesmerized fans, and unlike the current direction of boxing, MMA enthusiasts can expect superfights to materialize more regularly in read news >>
The question isn’t so much why, Ben Fowlkes says, but how Nick Diaz pulled off lining up the biggest superfight in UFC history. Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>
Anderson Silva can't wait to get back in the octagon, and asserts that he will be 100-percent when he faces Nick Diaz on Super Bowl weekend in Las Vegas. read news >>