Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Conor McGregor -- still toiling away at 170 pounds -- was unable to be a guest on the Conan O'Brien late night talk show. But according to "Notorious," he sent "skinny' Nate Diaz in his place.
"I'm taking this contest very, very seriously," McGregor said. "I've flown in specific body types to replicate Nate's skinny, tall frame. The boy won the lotto the last time. He knows it; I know it. Well, Aug. 20 I get my revenge and I look forward to it."
Diaz and his "stupid black tee shirt" were making the talk show rounds to promote their upcoming UFC 202 pay-per-view (PPV) event, which takes place Aug. 20, 2016 inside T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Diaz won their first go-round by way of submission, but McGregor vows to get his revenge.
"The truth came out," Diaz said when asked about their first fight. "And the truth will be Aug. 20 when it goes down again."
Elsewhere on the UFC 202 fight card, light heavyweight smashing machine Anthony Johnson will try to "Rumble" his way past fellow division contender Glover Teixeira for another crack at the 205-pound crown, currently held by Daniel Cormier.
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