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VIDEO | Nick Diaz Post Fight Interview: Wants Rematch Or Retirement | UFC NEWS

A fired up Nick Diaz spoke with UFC Tonight analyst Ariel Helwani after his loss to Georges St-Pierre at UFC 158. Following the loss, Diaz appears to be heading towards either retirement or a rematch with GSP.

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166 Comments to VIDEO | Nick Diaz Post Fight Interview: Wants Rematch Or Retirement | UFC NEWS

  1. YoMama says:

    I dont care about the stupid belt. Most people will pay more to see Diaz fight someone not scared, than to pay for GSP holding any other fighter on the ground for 5 rounds.

    • magoo says:

      Just about half the fight was standing you stupid ignorant cunt! Diaz’s fans are just as dillusional as Nick, he lost every round standing or on the ground get over it! Rematch SMH how retarded.

  2. Lelouch says:

    Dont quit bro plz plz plz the real ppl that understand fighting and mma understand u… but plz dont waste ur talent and dont retire..go claim ur belt Champ !!

  3. Tesla says:

    Nick dont retire no matter what u need to do to get that belt…u r the real champ !! just go for it and get a real manager/team to help u.

  4. Gargoyle Wrestling says:

    LMAO…he’s lost 2 fights in a row and he wants a rematch!!! WTH! He just doesn’t want to fight Rory as that is what makes sense now. It’s obvious Nick is tired of the grind and wants the moolah. Don’t blame him.

  5. KD says:

    REMATCH REMATCH REMATCH REMATCH

  6. allmightysandman says:

    LMAO…Diaz is the “real champ”???? …of what?

    he ain’t a chanp, he isn’t really a serious title challenger at this point, he can maybe settle in somewhere around 8th best WW and be a gate keeper…he can still get paid and never change his style…and maybe new guys coming up through the ranks will actually be afraid of his grumpy face, but the top guys ain’t buying his BS.

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