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“Will give yo a** everything” – Nate Diaz gets fight offer from four-division boxing champ

Four-division boxing champ is down to fight UFC legend Nate Diaz in a boxing match. Will the Stockton Superstar accept the offer?

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Nate Diaz doesn’t have to stress too much about finding an opponent for his potential career switch. Multiple world championship holders, Adrien Broner is ready to bump fists with the Stockerstar.


Was there really a doubt that Nate Diaz wasn’t going to be called out by boxers after the Stockton Superstar revealed his interest to box? Diaz has a solid offer in his hands right now as multi-division world champ, Adrien Broner has shown his interest to fight the former UFC fighter.

Following his win against Tony Ferguson at UFC 279, Nate confirmed that he was going to leave the UFC and try his hands in different parts of combat sports. Boxing has always been on the “to-do” list for the welterweight star. Broner isn’t the only name that has called out Diaz, popular YouTube star Jake Paul is also one of the potential fights for the Diaz brother.


“You coming over to boxing I will give yo a** everything you looking for,” wrote Broner in his Instagram call out. The boxer even tagged Diaz in his post and has put the offer on the table. Check out Broner’s post below:

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Nate and Conor from their rematch at UFC 202

Nate Diaz will never run out of potential matchups even if the fighter is not at his best. Diaz after being with the UFC for 15 years has decided to part ways with the MMA organization. The only bitter-sweet moment would be that the fans around the world did not get to see the Stockton star finish his trilogy against Conor McGregor.

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Though Diaz has left the UFC, he has not completely shut down the opportunity to finish his rivalry against the Irishman. McGregor too has expressed his interest in fighting the Stockton star. With Diaz not resigning from the UFC, chances of seeing the trilogy inside the UFC octagon are low.

Maybe we get to see the trilogy complete outside the MMA octagon? McGregor is no stranger to boxing and Diaz would happily accept to fight the Notorious One in the boxing ring given that their feud is still well and alive.

Also read: Nate Diaz responds to Conor McGregor with a brutal put-down of his fighting abilities “Acting like you can still fight”

Prateek is part of the FirstSportz WWE/ UFC team. He is a sports enthusiast and takes a great interest in writing articles for online Sports platforms. Prateek has previously worked for Shortly.India.