Nate Diaz Responds to Dana White’s Claim That Woodley Fight Wasn’t Offered: ‘Shut Up B---h’
By: Tristen Critchfield Nov 30, 2017
Diaz had a very typical reaction to Dana White’s claim that
Diaz vs. Tyron
Woodley was never an option for the UFC.
“There was never officially an offer for Woodley vs. Nate Diaz.
It’s not true,” White told media on Tuesday. “None of that was ever
The Stockton, Calif., native took to Instagram on Thursday, posting
a video of White talking to reporters followed by Diaz delivering
the Stockton slap to the UFC president. The post included the
following caption: “Shut up bitch. [You’re] both thirsty. And why
is u lying?”
Multiple outlets reported that Woodley vs. Diaz was in the works
for UFC 219 on Dec. 30. On Wednesday, Woodley confirmed that the
fight was off the table and he would instead undergo shoulder
“Unfortunately, it would have been a crazy card Dec. 30 in Las
Vegas I believe and it would have been a crazy end of the year,”
Woodley told TMZ Sports. “Unfortunately, it’s not taking place. I
won’t be fighting Nate Diaz.
That’s how the cookie crumbles.”
Diaz hasn’t competed since losing a majority decision to Conor
McGregor at UFC 202 in August 2016. Richard
Perez, his boxing coach, said that the fighter would need at
least $15 million to face Woodley. Perez also mentioned that the
Diaz camp would be more interested in a trilogy bout against
McGregor. However, it is currently unclear when McGregor might make
his UFC return.