If Nick Diaz Wins at UFC 137, Dana White Prepared to Give Him a Title Shot


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For more news check out http://www.MMAWeekly.com There's something to be said for personality in MMA. Every fighter has their own demeanor and attitude when it comes to things like pre-fight media, interviews and approach to dealing with their opponents as show time gets closer and closer. Nick Diaz may be the most interesting character when it comes to personality in MMA. Always brash and never apologetic, Diaz has made a habit out of flipping off opponents and fans, talking trash inside the cage during a fight, and even a few tirades when appearing on media conference calls. For all the things that Diaz has done in the past, the one thing he did recently by not showing up for a press conference was cost himself a shot at the UFC welterweight title. But now Diaz is set to appear on the same show, but instead face former champion B.J. Penn with a potential title shot on the line. UFC President Dana White says that after several conversations with Diaz that he now 'gets
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