At the end of the day, I fought the dude [St-Pierre], they poisoned my IV with some kind of drug that put me to sleep, I’ve never slept more than five hours [before a fight]… I have 37 fights been fighting seven years, I never slept more than five or six hours a night. Fight tomorrow, slept 14 hours, what did you put in my IV, dude? I never had nothin’ but clear IV.
And there was something wrong with his wraps. I know that they didn’t test us because they were fillin’ up all our piss in those little film containers and I was like, I would have tested for weed…that time if any. Any other time was accusations. I was about to make big money on that one. I wasn’t gonna test positive for nothin’ but weed. I didn’t care if I did.
I was flat on the way out. I was like, man, I’m in the best shape of my life. Everything was strange.”
Just yesterday, Nick’s brother Nate posted a message on Facebook stating that St-Pierre cheated in his 2013 title clash with Nick. And today, Nick spoke to TMZ expressing that he obviously feels the same way.
UFC 158 marked Diaz’ second to last fight in which he lost to St-Pierre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by unanimous decision. The fight was one with years in the making, going back to when Diaz was a champion in Strikeforce while St-Pierre was ruling in the UFC.
With reports in the air of Nate Diaz vs St-Pierre potentially being in the works for August 4th, the brothers appear to not be too keen on the idea. St-Pierre has remained silent since the reports have come out but people around him don’t seem so sure either.
If we’ll end up seeing St-Pierre vs younger Diaz brother in the near future remains to be determined.
This article first appeared on BJPenn.com on 5/12/2018.