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“Welcome to the Real Game” – Nate Diaz Sends Out a Cryptic Tweet Ahead of Potential UFC Return

Nate Diaz sent out a cryptic tweet ahead of a potential return to the UFC. The former lightweight title challenger and current welterweight contender Nathan Diaz recently appeared alongside ESPN journalist Ariel Helwani and teased his return to the Octagon. During the interview, and later through social media platforms, Diaz called out Dustin Poirier and Charles Oliveira for a showdown in the welterweight division.

Nate Diaz training

After his recent tweet, fans were left speculating what Diaz was trying to say and whether or not it meant that he is returning to the Octagon. Take a look at the tweet below and let us know in the comments section what Nate Diaz might be trying to say.

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Nate Diaz has not stepped inside the Octagon ever since his TKO loss against Jorge Masvidal back at UFC 244. Diaz was initially aiming a rematch against Jorge Masvidal. However, it looks like that is out of the equation with Gamebred looking at a rematch with current UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman.

What’s next for Nate Diaz?

Nathan Diaz has time and again proved that he is one of the biggest stars in the UFC right now. Diaz is a veteran in his own right and has been in the sport for as long as one can remember. Additionally, due to his popularity, he continues to be among the top contenders.

Recently, Nate Diaz had stated that he has no plans of returning to the UFC’s lightweight division and wants to continue fighting in the welterweight division. Interestingly enough, he also suggested a special weight class at 165 pounds. Just recently, he also teased his move to the UFC’s middleweight division.

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It’s hard to take Nate Diaz seriously sometimes. Be that as it may, whenever he steps inside the Octagon, Diaz puts up a show for the fans. The trash-talk and press-conference leading up to the fight are always exciting, and fight fans are always excited to see the Stockton Slugger back inside the Octagon.

Nate Diaz hasn’t confirmed his next opponent and nothing has been made official by the UFC. It remains to be seen what lies ahead for the Stockton Slugger.

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