Video: Nick Diaz crashes UFC 171 weigh ins, heckles Johny 'Too Heavy' Hendricks on second attempt

Esther Lin via MMA Fighting

Where you at, Johny? Check out Nick Diaz giving Johny Hendricks a hard time as he steps on the scales in his second try at hitting the 170-pound mark after coming in 1.5 pounds heavy in his first attempt.

Nick Diaz may be retired, but "The Stockton Slugger" still makes his presence felt at Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) events.

Johny Hendricks witnessed that first-hand earlier today (March 14, 2014) as he was the victim of Nick's heckling after he came in 1.5 pounds over the required welterweight limit during the pre-fight weigh-ins (video).

In this clip uploaded on UFC's Instagram account, Diaz can be seen clowning "Bigg Rigg" as he steps on the scales for a second time in an attempt to save his title dreams.

Fortunately for Hendricks, he hit the mark in his second go-round and kept his championship fight against "Ruthless" -- which is set to go down tomorrow night (March 15, 2014) at the American Airline Center in Dallas, Texas -- intact.

Diaz, meanwhile, recently hinted at a potential return to the Octagon; but, only if he receives an immediate title shot. While that's unlikely to happen, a potential fight between Diaz and Hendricks just got a bit more interesting.

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