“I don’t give a f**k” Nate Diaz is not concerned about Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley, only came to support teammate Chris Avila in his fight

Avila fought in the preliminary card of the Woodley-Paul II event and won against Anthony Taylor in a super-middleweight bout via majority decision.

Nate Diaz- Chris Avila
Nate Diaz- Chris Avila

Seems that the Paul vs Woodley rematch has attracted more star power than seen in any event in the fourth quarter of this year, UFC megastar Nate Diaz is one of those large aura personas. Other than him, there’s another fellow megastar Jorge Masvidal in the fight venue as well.

While Masvidal was just for the show, Diaz came with the purpose of supporting his longtime teammate from Stockton Chris Avila who just won his super-middleweight boxing fight against Anthony Taylor via majority decision. This fight situated in preliminary card didn’t have any build-up story until the day of weigh-ins when both Avila and Taylor’s teams collided with Diaz on Avila’s side and Taylor having Bellator MMA featherweight champion AJ McKee‘s back.

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Tyron Woodley and Jake Paul
Tyron Woodley and Jake Paul

In an audience side interview, sports journalist Ariel Helwani, who’s sort of the third face of this event between 2 boxers as an interviewer for the fighters and sort of a promoting agent himself, spoke to Diaz. “I was watching, my f**in’ boy Chris Avila fight tonight that’s why I was here.” On being asked for the prediction of the main event, Diaz said Nah, I don’t give a f**k.

On complimenting his teammate he said, “He looked good tonight… The next move is going to be big I’m sure.”

Are you as least interested in this fight as Nate Diaz despite finally making it up to the main event? Or are you super excited about who wins? For while Diaz is still in the event physically his done mentally as long as his friend has won the fight. Who do you have it winning between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley though?

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