‘Dustin Poirier F*cked You Up’- Nate Diaz Unleashes at Conor McGregor During Twitter Spat

Published 03/31/2021, 2:59 PM EDT


Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor went on a Twitter-tirade against each other recently. Diaz went off on ‘The Notorious’ one, mocking his record of knockout wins in multiple weight classes referencing his own 2010 victory over former middleweight Rory Markham. McGregor responded to that, prompting attacks from Diaz.

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Who went up two weight classes in half a day notice no hesitation and not promotion about it just did it cause I ain’t no bi*ch how’s that Conor f*ck u Whatever u think u did already been done by a real G Try not to get finished agaaaain,” Diaz wrote in his first tweet.

What in the Facebook prelims is this sh*t ? Who the f*ck is Rory Mark ham ? 177?” McGregor responded hilariously.

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And don’t worry on my next fight bro. You and your face know what I’m like when I go again with it,” McGregor added further.

Don’t forget Dustin f*cked u up But he’s scared of me You are both some bi*ches And I slapped kabob he was scared with no counter And he owned you so who’s the real king Me bi*ch that’s who King Nate dog,” Diaz responded immediately.

Diaz and McGregor had one of the most heated rivalries in the promotion. They have been through wars. But both men are currently on a different path in their careers.

McGregor is determined to overturn his latest loss to Dustin Poirier. Whereas Diaz is set to return at UFC 262 after a year and a half long layoff as the Stockton native faces Leon Edwards in a welterweight clash.

Nate Diaz vs Conor McGregor 3: A trilogy bound to happen

The score between Diaz and the Irishman is set at 1-1. The build-ups to both of their clashes and the fights themselves were as entertaining as the fight in itself.

Despite their contradictory ambitions, a trilogy to seal this epic saga for good is bound to happen at some point in the future. What’s more, the UFC are in for a killing should the superstars butt heads for one final time.

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They last fought at UFC 202 in 2016. It’s been almost 5 years since then. Fans didn’t expect to wait such a long time for the final edition of their storied saga. But that’s how things have unfolded.

Nonetheless, the wait is always worth it with those two involved. How bad do you wanna see the trilogy fight already? Also, what’s your take on their recent exchange? Let us know.

 

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Apratim Banerjee is an MMA author for EssentiallySports and has been writing professionally for almost a year. Before his current gig, Apratim worked as a UFC writer for Sportskeeda. A long-time MMA fan, Apratim has developed a critical eye for the sport that has helped him transfer his vast knowledge to his copies and give hardcore and casual readers a detailed insight into the fights and fighters.

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