While the feud with Bieber was short lived, it appears that the rivalry with McGregor will continue at UFC 200.
"Yeah, it does bother me", Diaz said.
Diaz also had nothing but respect for McGregor, just like following the contest. But when asked what would be different when the two fought again, Diaz joked that he'd actually have a training camp.
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"Diaz is a tough guy and he's used to being in there but he should've put him away". It seems his sweet spot weight-class wise is going to be lightweight, so why not do this fight at 155? This is contrary to previous reports saying that the 30-year-old fighter is no longer interested in booking second date with McGregor. I've seen a couple other people too, Drake, all these other guys that are stating their opinion. In the article, it was revealed that the UFC is nearly close to sealing the deal between the two fighters which will be a non-title welterweight fight. "I think he can if he takes his time".
Like McGregor, Diaz has never been one to acknowledge his foe's better attributes, but he appreciates the Crumlin native's ability to draw the spotlight and, indeed, zero-laden cheques. "People want to see it", he said.
"He's a fighter. He's doing his thing". Let's all say a big thank you to all who helped make this day happen. He's certainly more famous than he has ever been over the course of his 12-year career despite telling Fox Sports' "The Buzzer" that his life hasn't changed much. "But if everybody started speaking up, stepping up, we'd get bigger fights, we'd see a lot more people getting a lot more stuff done and it would be a lot more entertaining of a sport".