‘I f***** you up and you never got it back… the guy who just beat your a** is a scared little b****’: Nate Diaz blasts Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier in X-rated Twitter post amid talk of summer trilogy bout
- Dustin Poirier shocked UFC by defeated Conor McGregor at UFC 257 in January
- That came more than six years after their first fight which the Irishman won
- UFC president Dana White confirmed McGregor wants a trilogy fight with Poirier
- Nate Diaz has ripped into the pair for only in his view wanting to fight each other
Nate Diaz has launched a scathing, foul-mouthed attack on both Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier ahead of a summer trilogy between the latter two fighters.
Poirier shocked the UFC world in January by completing a victory over McGregor via technical knockout in the second round at UFC 257.
That result was a rematch which took more than six years to take place after the Irishman had defeated his American counterpart in a featherweight bout in September 2014.
Nate Diaz has launched a foul-mouthed attack on both Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier
Diaz appeared to accuse the pair of only wanting to fight each other amid talk of a trilogy fight
A trilogy fight between the pair could take place this summer after UFC president Dana White confirmed it was being worked on behind the scenes and that McGregor ‘wants it as soon as possible.’
But reacting to a post from McGregor which read: ‘Done it all, still here,’ Diaz posted an X-rated reply in which he referred to both as little ‘b****’ and blasted the duo for only seemingly wanting to fight each other.
‘I f***** you up and u never got it back but u acted like u did now u get a rematch every time u get your a** beat like a spoiled Little b**** would I’ve done it all and I’m still here plus the guy who just beat ur a** is a scared Lil b**** also f*** u both #realfighter,’ Diaz wrote.
Diaz is still waiting for a trilogy fight with the Irishman, more than four years after they last met
McGregor was also reacting to a post with his Tweet which noted how the Irishman had weighed in at 145lbs for a fight againt Jose Aldo just a few months before coming in at 168lbs ahead of his fight with Diaz at UFC 196, which took place five years ago on Friday.
Diaz won at UFC 196 but McGregor avenged his defeat at UFC 202 in August 2016, but despite talk of a trilogy at the time, it has yet to take place.
Meanwhile, Diaz was meant to fight Poirier at UFC 230, but the fight never happened with both men blaming the other for it not occurring.
Diaz has not fought since November 2019, when Jorge Masvidal beat him via technical knockout via doctor stoppage between rounds three and four due to a cut over Diaz’s right eye.
Diaz has not fought since November 2019, when Jorge Masvidal beat him via technical knockout
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