Nate Diaz 'sick of not Battling,' wants Ultimate Fighting Championship champ Tyron Woodley this year

Nate Diaz has broken his silence about the specific following steps in his career. This time "The Ultimate Fighter five" winner & fan-favorite has publicly said his plans, & they involve a championship showdown by Ultimate Fighting Championship welterweight titleholder Tyron Woodley (18-three-one MMA, eight-two-one Ultimate Fighting Championship) this year. "I'm getting to the point where I'm sick of not Battling; I'm not getting any younger," Diaz told's Brett Okamoto on Tuesday. If he's the one calling me out, whose title are we Battling for? Outside of his submission beat over McGregor in their premier meeting – at Ultimate Fighting Championship 196 in March 2016 – Diaz hasn't won a battle at welterweight in further than 7 years.

Nate Diaz hints at 2018 Ultimate Fighting Championship return versus welterweight champion Tyron Woodley

by Ultimate Fighting Championship badly in necessity of marketable pay-per-view headliners, the long-awaited return Nate Diaz can be near. Diaz (19-eleven), who spoke by ESPN on Wednesday, said he is serious about returning to the Octagon in 2018 & would be interested in facing welterweight champion Tyron Woodley (18-three-one). The battle would innovate instant chaos to the division considering Diaz has not done much at welterweight to earn the battle. "They asked if I would battle Woodley & I said, 'Well, I'd such as a three-30 days camp.' One thing Nate Diaz told me, not involved in the story ...

Nate Diaz hints at 2018 UFC return against welterweight champion Tyron Woodley

Nate Diaz eyes Ultimate Fighting Championship comeback versus Tyron Woodley

as mentioned in Nate Diaz tells he's interested in a welterweight title battle versus Tyron Woodley this summer. Editor's Picks Tyron Woodley: I think Nate Diaz going to be following Nate Diaz hasn't fought ever ever August 2016 while he Stray a lock bout to Conor McGregor. Ultimate Fighting Championship welterweight champion Tyron Woodley thinks the wait going to be over recently -- & he's the opponent. For Nate Diaz, his house turf of Stockton, California, taught him a thing about Battling which he'll tote into every bout: Always be all How in. "They asked if I would battle Woodley & I said, "Well, I'd such as a 3-30 days camp.'

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