Nate Diaz has long awaited his octagon return not having fought since facing Conor McGregor back in August 2018.
“This is something I’ve been dealing with the last few camps, and it just progressively got worse,” Poirier said via MMA Fighting. “And then I did something with it this camp to where you know, like, I can still move around on it, I can still train, but if, say, I do a sprint, the next two days my range of motion is going to be horrible and I’m going to be in a lot of pain. It just got too bad to keep pushing at this point with it.”
Diaz took to social media to respond:
If u can’t make it to war u lose the war
U ain’t bout this life…
— Nathan Diaz (@NateDiaz209) October 15, 2018
If anyone knows about losing the war it’s you… you’ve lost half of them that you been in. https://t.co/ovrDu6JkVF
— The Diamond (@DustinPoirier) October 15, 2018
Nate Diaz is famous for never having pulled out of a fight in spite of gruelling training regimen.
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