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Forget UFC 300, Nate Diaz Reveals New Plan For Return


No UFC 300? No problem.

Nate Diaz teases a comeback to the UFC ever since he left in 2022. The 38-year-old made his boxing debut in August when he fought Jake Paul for 10 rounds. 

Diaz came up short in the ring but he’ll look to make up for it in the Octagon, should the opportunity arise as he isn’t under UFC contract anymore. Many fans believed we’d see the UFC star take center stage at UFC 300, whether that was against Conor McGregor or somebody else entirely.

The historic event was instead headlined by Alex Pereira and Jamahal Hills, as announced by UFC CEO Dana White. Apr. The Stockton native is sure that his time will come, and even has a date in mind. 

“I’ll be here f*** 300,” Diaz wrote on ‘X’. 

Diaz shared concept art for a UFC 306, a likely one-off event to be held at the ‘Sphere’ in Las Vegas, Nevada. White promised on Pat McAfee’s show that this second ‘Noche UFC’ will be the ‘greatest live event anybody has ever seen’ in this unique and high-tech…

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