Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight fan favorite, Nate Diaz, hasn’t competed since his majority decision loss to Conor McGregor at UFC 202 back in August 2016, but did tell the backstage cameras, “We’re coming” in response to a potential return.
They said the same thing about Duke Nukem Forever back in 1996, so ...
Diaz was on the scene for the UFC on ESPN 1 fight card last night in Phoenix, cornering jiu-jitsu phenom Kron Gracie. The Brazilian continued his family’s legacy by tapping out featherweight veteran, Alex Caceres (video).
Diaz was expected to make his return at the UFC 230 pay-per-view (PPV) event last November in New York; however, an injury to Dustin Poirier torpedoed those plans and the Stockton grappler disappeared once again.
Kind of like when you have to poop, but don’t get to the bathroom in time and hold it in, then finally reach the toilet but mysteriously don't have to go anymore.
I guess Diaz has a party to get to or something.