Nate Diaz was in attendance for the Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva event, which included a fight between two teammates. There was a fight backstage between Team Diaz and Team Paul, who were training for a possible boxing bout. More footage of the fight has been leaked after it first went viral online.
It looks like Diaz slaps one of Jake Paul’s crew members in one of the videos before security steps in.
Diaz, who broadcast the incident live on Instagram, was also shown being led away from the arena by security guards.
The fact that Paul saw that Diaz wasn’t even in the arena when he called him out suggested that he was cognizant of the issue.
“I want Nate Diaz, who’s a b—ch,” Paul said after his win over.
“He tried to come into my locker room. He tried to cause some shit. And then he always leaves the f—king arena. So Nate Diaz, stop being a b—ch and fight me.”
After his UFC contract expires, Diaz will be a free agent, and he appears to be interested in the lucrative bout as well. Paul now has three victories over former UFC stars, bringing his professional boxing record to 6-0.
Some backstory on Jake Paul –
His first fight was an amateur match against Deji Olatunji, best known as KSI on YouTube. In the aftermath of Paul’s technical knockout of Olatunji, he made the abrupt leap from novelty act to serious contender.
Paul was so inspired by his victory that he made the decision to get professional, and his first fight was against another YouTuber named AnEsonGib. Legendary status was attained as Paul finished off “Gib” with a technical knockout in under two minutes.
In his second fight, he faced NBA all-star Nate Robinson. Not because of any jokes or shenanigans on Paul’s part, but because of a vicious right hook that sent Robinson to LaLa Land, the fight went viral and put the former Knick on the receiving end of meme immortality.
As a fighter, he was undeniably at his most convincing in the bout that immediately preceded the one he lost. His foe was a real fighter who had won real MMA championships. When Paul faced up against recently retired MMA fighter Ben Askren in April of this year, he knocked out Askren in under two minutes.
Tyron Woodley, a former UFC welterweight champion, was the last combatant to face battle against the YouTuber turned boxer on August 29. Paul and Woodley put on a show, and in the end, a judge couldn’t decide between them; the “Problem Child” won.
When Woodley claimed he had won the bout and suggested a rematch, Paul stepped in to spice up the situation. In accordance with the terms of the wager made before the battle, he told the Missouri native he would consider setting up a rematch if the man got a “I love Jake Paul,” tattoo.
Without a doubt, Woodley got the tattoo a month after the bout, when Paul showed no signs of wanting a rematch. On Saturday’s Showtime card, Paul’s scheduled opponent was going to be Tommy Fury, the younger half brother of Tyson Fury. After the British boxer abruptly withdrew from the bout, Fury was forced to replace him with Woodley.
Some backstory on Nate Diaz –
Nate Diaz, a famous mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, was born in the United States on April 16, 1985. MMA stands for mixed martial arts. Winners of the fifth season of The Ultimate Fighter in the lightweight and welterweight divisions, respectively.
In 2016, he put an end to Conor McGregor’s unbeaten streak that had lasted five years. According to the horoscopes of astrologers, Nate Diaz was born under the sign of Aries.
An American professional mixed martial artist who is concurrently signed to the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Nathan Diaz is a fighter who competes in the sport (UFC). Nick Diaz, who won the Welterweight Championship of the WEC and Strikeforce in the past, has a younger brother named Nate Diaz. Diaz competed in World Extreme Cagefighting, Strikeforce, and Pancrase prior to signing with the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Since he was crowned the winner of season 5 of The Ultimate Fighter, he has been competing in the UFC. Both Joe Lauzon and Nate Diaz have earned 15 bonus awards from the UFC in their careers. Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor’s battle at UFC 202 established a new record for the highest UFC pay-per-view buy rate, which they maintained until the buy rate for UFC 229 broke it. This record had stood since UFC 202. As of May 26, 2020, he has the tenth spot in the current rankings for welterweight competition in the UFC.
During his time with the UFC, Nick Diaz, who is the brother of Nick Diaz, established himself as one of the top welterweight competitors in the promotion. Both of the brothers have earned a reputation for being renowned for their forthright dispositions and their eagerness to verbally engage in smack talk.
In the main event of UFC 129, which took place on April 30, 2011, Diaz competed against Rory MacDonald. Diaz was unable to generate a significant amount of offense and lost the first round by a decision that was reached by unanimous vote. After the fight, Diaz made the announcement that he would be moving down to the lightweight division as a result of his loss.
At UFC on Fox 5, which took place on December 8, 2012, Diaz faced off against Benson Henderson in an attempt to win the UFC Lightweight Championship. In the bout that was clearly lopsided, Diaz was soundly defeated by a unanimous decision. Three weeks before the championship battle, Diaz signed a contract with the UFC that would see him compete in eight fights.
On May 5, 2012, Jim Miller was Diaz’s opponent at UFC on Fox 3, which took place in Las Vegas. Diaz got the upper hand over Miller for the majority of the first two rounds of the fight, and even knocked him out with a straight left near the end of the first round. At 4 minutes and 9 seconds into the second round, Diaz thwarted Miller’s attempt to take him down and then countered with a rolling guillotine choke, which led to the fight being stopped. Due to the quality of this work, Diaz was given the fifth and final Submission of the Night bonus award. It was also the very first time in Miller’s career in mixed martial arts that he had ever been submitted.
On November 30, 2013, The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale aired on Spike TV and featured a rematch between Gray Maynard and Maynard. Diaz prevailed through technical knockout in the first round of competition. As a result of the stoppage, he was awarded the Knockout of the Night bonus for the first time.