Nate Diaz slams phone-y theft excuse, says Josh Thomson got drunk and woke up panicked


Josh "The Drunk" Thomson?

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight contender Josh Thomson had his phone stolen over the weekend and claims the sticky-fingered felon used it to send out an obscenity-laced tweet toward Nick Diaz (see it), talking all kinds of smack about the uncrowned king of the 209.

Nate Diaz is calling bullshit.


#sorryasslittlebitch is now trending.

Thomson holds a technical knockout win over the younger Diaz, which came in "The Punk's" return to the Octagon just over a year ago. Considering the recently-retired Nick competes at 170 pounds and has even teased a move up to middleweight, the chances of them fighting are idling on the corner of slim and none.

Thus lending credence to the "stolen phone" explanation.

Either way, Nate has a marked disdain for anyone competing at 155 pounds and continues to bag on the rest of the division, including Anthony Pettis and his silly-ass suits. Hopefully the day will come when he can settle this dispute and do his talking inside the cage.

I hear this guy is still looking for a fight...

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