Nate Diaz believes Jorge Masvidal vs Colby Covington will be better than Kamaru Usman’s “lame” fights

Nate Diaz rates Jorge Masvidal vs Colby Covington and thinks it will be better than any Kamaru Usman fight.

Nate Diaz Covington vs Diaz
Nate Diaz on Covington vs Diaz

Kamaru Usman might have beaten Jorge Masvidal and Colby Covington but Nate Diaz believes none of his fights will ever be as good as the grudge fight at UFC 272.

UFC 272 hosts one of the biggest grudge fights in UFC’s history. Friends turned enemies, Jorge Masvidal and Colby Covington are ready to light up the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada this weekend, and the Stockton Slugger, Nate Diaz will be tuned it to watch the two welterweight stars fight.

Diaz, who is browsing through options for the last fight of his UFC contract, rates the upcoming Masvidal vs Covington fight. Kamaru Usman, the champion of the division beat both of the PPV stars twice but he still isn’t rated by the MMA veteran from Stockton, California. “This fight already better than any of usmans lamess fights” writes Nathan in one of his recent tweets.

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Nate Diaz believes his rivals are “fragile”

Nate Diaz
Nate Diaz

Just minutes after complimenting Masvidal and Covington, Diaz changes his mind and writes, “All these fuckers are fragile as f**k tho.” Diaz has been urging the company to get him a fight but the UFC seems to be stalling and sidelining the Stockton fighter.

Diaz has called out, Dustin Poirier, Vicente Luque, Kamaru Usman, and a couple of other fighters, but none of these fights seem to happen for him at the moment. The UFC boss Dana White is hoping Diaz could finish off his contract with a trilogy fight against his intense rival Conor McGregor. The Irishman doesn’t seem to interest Diaz though. “Conor’s gonna have to get him some wins and prove he’s not so fragile first,” wrote Nathan replying to Dana.

Diaz last fought in the octagon against Leon Edwards at UFC 263. Since June 2021, Nate has not stepped into the octagon has been trying to put on a show. Nate has been in the UFC since 2007 and has a record of 21-13-0 in his professional career. Who would you like to see the Stockton gangster fight next?

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