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If Nate Diaz doesn't want to fight Matt Brown, maybe he'd like Edson Barboza

UFC veteran and rabble-rouser Nate Diaz (17-10 MMA, 12-8 UFC) apparently felt bullied into a fight with Matt Brown (19-13 MMA, 12-7 UFC) at UFC 189, however exciting it might actually be if they actually met this summer. 549 more words


'Fight against Nate Diaz isn't happening now' Matt Brown

According to Matt Brown’s official Twitter, their scheduled fight will not be happening at UFC 189.

The UFC did announce the fight last week, but as soon as it was announced, Nate Diaz took to his Twitter account to state that he was not approached for that fight and he wants to fight former lightweight Champion Anthony Pettis instead. 252 more words


Matt Brown says he's no longer fighting Nate Diaz at UFC 189

So, about that well-received and intriguing UFC 189 fight between Matt Brown and Nate Diaz? It appears it’s no longer happening.

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Nate Diaz (17-10-0) vs. Matt “The Immortal” Brown (19-13-0) has been added to an already stacked UFC 189 card. UFC 189 is headlined by the highly anticipated showdown between UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo (25-1-0) and Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor (17-2-0) and includes another title tilt in a rematch with Rory MacDonald (18-2-0) vs. 90 more words


Matt Brown set to face Nate Diaz at UFC 189 in Las Vegas July 11th

Nate Diaz makes his return to welterweight to take on Matt Brown at UFC 189 in Las Vegas  Nevada, in a card headlined by Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor. 113 more words


Nate Diaz returns to welterweight, meets Matt Brown on stacked UFC 189 in Las Vegas

For the first time since 2011, Nate Diaz will fight at welterweight.

Diaz (17-10 MMA, 12-8 UFC), who has spent most of his career at lightweight, has been booked for a bout at 170 pounds against Matt Brown (19-13 MMA, 12-7 UFC) at the already stacked UFC 189 in July. 299 more words


Nate Diaz offers opinion on Jon Jones' rehab for cocaine – you won't be surprised

UFC lightweight Nate Diaz is no stranger to tension with his employer, and seldom does he hold back with his opinions.

So it should come as little surprise that the winner of Season 5 of “The Ultimate Fighter” offered up a bit of a contrarian opinion on the recent news that Jon Jones tested positive for cocaine metabolites and has entered rehab. 406 more words