UFC superstar Nate Diaz and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) are at ends right now. The Stockton native was initially set to co-headline UFC 230. Following negotiations concerning a title fight for the inaugural 165 pound belt having gone flat, Diaz is now campaigning for the creation of the yet unannounced weight class.
Nate Diaz and Dustin Poirier are currently locked to fight in the co-main event of UFC 230. The live pay-per-view fight card will take place Nov. 3 from within Madison Square Garden in New York.
After UFC 230 went without a headliner for some time, Diaz entered negotiations about potentially fighting for the inaugural 165 pound title within the night’s main event. However, the UFC has been resistant to allowing Dustin Poirier, a native featherweight, to compete for the belt.
Consequently, Diaz vs. Poirier has remained a non-title fight for UFC 230’s co-main event and Valentina Shevchenko will now be taking on Sijara Eubanks for the vacant UFC women’s flyweight title in the main event. That being said, Nate Diaz and Dustin Poirier have since been butting heads over social media.
Now speaking to TMZ Sports, Nate Diaz was recently asked to give a message to UFC President Dana White and all other UFC executives over the matter. “Quit being little b**ches, straight up.” Nate Diaz said.
Check it out within the video provided below.