If you follow former Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz on Instagram, then you know he likes to post a lot of short selfie videos detailing what he is smoking and where he is currently partying.
Diaz recently posted a ton of video content on his Instagram, which was later compiled into one long video by BloodyElbow’s Anton Tabuena.
In the rather bizarre video, Nick Diaz weighed in on a number of different topics including the difference between being punch drunk and real drunk, as well as “what everybody knows” – that he doesn’t get paid enough from the UFC.
Check out the video below and try to decifer what Nick Diaz is getting at.
So I think this was Nick talking about Masvidal? idk I can’t really speak Diaz well. pic.twitter.com/5xGRsWgexl
— Anton Tabuena (@antontabuena) December 21, 2018
Nick Diaz has not stepped foot inside the octagon in nearly four years. Th fan favorite was most recently seen in action at UFC 183, where he suffered a unanimous decision loss to Anderson Silva.
That bout was later overturned to a no-contest, this after it was revealed that “The Spider” had tested positive for banned substances. Diaz was also flagged at the event by the NSAC, this for having marijuana metabolites in his system.
UFC President Dana White recently told ESPN that the promotion was close to finalizing a deal that would have Nick Diaz return against Jorge Masvidal at March’s UFC 235 event in Las Vegas.
However, Diaz recently denied the UFC bosses claims in text messages with ESPN’s Ariel Helwani.
“As soon as I am in a good place with what I’m working on and things look the way it should, I’ll be happy to give the fans what they need. But I think they will be OK for now with what’s out there. There aren’t any fights for me until someone stands out. I’ll fight if they can be more reasonable, but, really, I didn’t even talk about what it would or could [take]. They are the one’s tripping.”
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