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“Juice Head Nate” – Conor McGregor Calls Out Nate Diaz For Failed Drug Test



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Conor McGregor took a dig at Nate Diaz while lashing out at UFC after USADA arrived at the former Champion’s yacht to test him. Conor McGregor in a tweet called out UFC and reminded fight fans that he is already retired. However, McGregor gave the test and captioned the tweet.

What’s going on here UFC. USADA have just arrived at my yacht this morning for testing? I’ve retired guys! But go on then, I’ll allow them to test me. It’s all-natural here baby! Forever and always, God Bless. 180km across the Mediterranean Sea tomorrow! LET’S GO!!”

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While many fight fans feel that McGregor might announce his return soon after successfully going through the USADA test, it remains to be seen if the Notorious will ever return to the octagon. However, McGregor’s following tweet took all the attention where he mentioned Nate Diaz. “Juice head rats Nate Diaz.” McGregor captioned.
Conor McGregor called out Nate Diaz and stated that he is all “natural,’ all the while stating that Nate Diaz is a “juice head rats.”

Conor McGregor trolls Nate Diaz for the failed drug test

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Conor McGregor

Nate Diaz was charged for doping in the lead up to his symbolic BMF showdown against Jorge Masvidal. However, it was later revealed that Diaz tested positive for a tainted supplement, and he was allowed to compete at UFC 244. McGregor’s recent dig at Nate was not just a reminder of the failed test at UFC 244, however, it was also a reminder of the intense debate that both McGregor and Diaz got into in the lead up to their epic encounters at UFC 196 and UFC 202.

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Nate Diaz claimed that McGregor was on steroids in the lead up to UFC 202. Diaz claimed that everybody is on steroids leading to a famous meme. After two intense battles, both McGregor and Diaz are looking at a potential trilogy fight for a big payday. The trilogy fight could inarguably go down as the biggest fight in the history of UFC. However, with Conor McGregor retired, and Nate Diaz looking at a rematch against Jorge Masvidal for the BMF belt, it remains to be seen if the much-anticiapted match-up will ever take place.