VIDEO | Nate Diaz allegedly involved in brawl at grappling event in Sacramento

According to a report from TMZ Sports, UFC star Nate Diaz was involved in a yet another scuffle on Friday. This incident, which follows a similar incident earlier this year, is said to have occurred at the Fight to Win Pro 77 grappling event in Sacramento, California.

In video obtained by TMZ, Diaz appears to throw a punch in the heat of this skirmish. See the video above.

According to TMZ’s report, nobody was arrested as the result of this fracas, and Diaz and his entourage left shortly after it occurred.

As aforementioned, this is not the first time Diaz has been involved in a skirmish at a combat sports event this year. Not long ago, the fan favorite and several compatriots were involved in a confrontation with UFC lightweight Clay Guida at a Combate Americas card in the same city.

Nate Diaz has not fought — in a cage — since August of 2016, when he gave up a close, majority decision to Conor McGregor. In his next most recent win, he authored a massive second-round submission victory over the Irish star.

At present, it’s not known whether Diaz will ever return to the cage. Though he was recently linked to a bout with Georges St-Pierre, it’s now clear that this fight isn’t happening.

Do you think we’ll ever see Nate Diaz compete in a sanctioned fight again?

This article first appeared on BJPenn.com on 6/25/2018.