Although Georges St-Pierre's decision-making ultimately got him a shot at the belt, Nick Diaz still isn't convinced the UFC welterweight champion is making the best career moves. 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, News, UFC 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 back to the Octagon (sorry Walmart), after giving him an offer he couldn't refuse. The UFC 183 main event opposite ex-middleweight champion Anderson Silva. "The Spider" has also been riding the pine -- albeit for very different reasons -- and White is "pumped" to have him back, though he's not sure read news >>
The Ultimate Fighting Championship officially announced the return of two of its biggest superstars on Tuesday with the news that Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz will square off at UFC 183. read news >>
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Nick Diaz spoke to UFC.com recently after re-signing with the UFC about his career aspirations, his time off, fighting for the belt, a potential fight against Anderson Silva, Robbie Lawler, and more. read news >>
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Nick Diaz is not done with fighting after all and he's got his eyes set on facing the longest reigning and most dominant champion in UFC history. Retweet this Share on Facebook
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Evangelista "Cyborg" Santos is a good fight for right now, according to Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz.
But is it one that excites him? Not really.
That feeling is reserved for two fighters outside his reach, at least for the foreseeable future: UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva.
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With the news that the prodigal UFC Welterweight has been arrested twice in the past year for DUI and has missed multiple court dates, his return bout against Anderson Silva is in doubt. Yesterday's news that popular UFC fighter Nick Diaz has been arrested not once, but twice for DUI and missed multiple court dates has fight fans worried that yet another big MMA bout is in jeopardy. In this case, it's the UFC 183 return of the legendary Anderson Silva against Diaz, set for next Super Bowl weeken read news >>
Nick Diaz, one half of the much-anticipated, too-good-to-be-true superfight with Anderson Silva at UFC 183 in January 2015, went and got himself arrested. The Lodi News-Sentinel's James Striplin provided the initial report, citing "suspicion of DUI, obstructing a police officer, destruction of evidence and driving with a suspended license" as the reasons for Diaz's Sept. 6 arrest. The destruction of evidence charge comes as a result of Diaz trying to self-induce vomiting before taking a breath t read news >>
Slow news day? Pffffft. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight (and soon to be middleweight) Nick Diaz is in big trouble with the law, and will have some explaining to do to his ZUFFA bosses after getting arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) in Lodi, California. From Lodi News: UFC fighter and former Tokay High School student Nick Diaz was arrested in Lodi at 2:20 a.m. Sept. 6 on suspicion of DUI, obstructing a police officer, destruction of evidence and driving read news >>
UFC top lightweight contender and Nick Diaz training partner Gilbert Melendez believes the UFC 183 match-up between Nick Diaz and Anderson Silva is a win-wi situation for everyone. read news >>