“F*ck the Chiefs” – Nate Diaz Fires Shots as San Francisco 49ers Get Humbled by Kansas City Chiefs at Super Bowl LVIII

Published 02/12/2024, 12:03 AM EST

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Fans did not witness the crowning of new champions at the Super Bowl LVIII. Kansas City Chiefs successfully defended their title against the San Francisco 49ers in a match that went into overtime. Although it was a bad day for fans of the latter, former UFC fighter Nate Diaz has extended his unwavering support.

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Nate Diaz has been out of action for a while now. While some people believe he might return to fight Conor McGregor, others are not sure what his next endeavor would be. Meanwhile, his team played the Super Bowl LVIII, and he did not seem to like how the game ended.

Nate Diaz takes aim at the Chiefs after their win

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After taking part in a San Francisco 49ers hype video about a month ago, Nate Diaz made it clear that he is an avid fan of the team. This does not come as a surprise since he’s from Compton, San Francisco. But in the wake of the defeat to the Kansas City Chiefs, Diaz appeared to take a shot at the Super Bowl winners.

“F*ck the chiefs. NinerGang[100],” wrote Nate Diaz. The 5-time winners have not won the Super Bowl since Super Bowl XXIX. It remains to be seen if they can secure a sixth title next time out since this was the first time in five years that they marched into the Super Bowl. Meanwhile, the 49ers’ head coach, Kyle Shanahan, opened up after the loss to the Chiefs.

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Kyle Shanahan’s statement after the Super Bowl loss

The 49ers’ head coach spoke to the media after the game at the press conference. He mentioned that both teams reciprocated each other well and heaped praises on all the players involved in the game. However, it was not the outcome Shanahan wanted, but he accepted the loss with grace.

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“It was two real good teams. We went back and forth throughout the whole game. And both teams played their a**es off and then they [Chiefs] got it done…We were hurting and our team’s hurting, but that’s how it goes when you put yourself out there and we’re real proud of our guys,” said Kyle Shanahan. Now, the San Francisco 49ers will now have to shift their focus on what’s ahead of them.

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Understandably, it was a tough loss to suffer after a great back-and-forth game against the Chiefs. They will now look forward to next year’s Super Bowl as we wait to see how 2025 shapes up for the Niners. What are your thoughts on the Chiefs vs. 49ers game? Drop your comments below.

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Himanga Mahanta

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