Nate Diaz

Nate Diaz (@NateDiaz209 on Twitter)

PHOTO: Nate Diaz urinates outside UFC Headquarters, goes off on Twitter rant against company and fighters

UFC superstar Nate Diaz took to social media to show his frustration with the promotion by allegedly urinating outside UFC Headquarters.

Nate Diaz is fed up with the UFC and by his recent social media posts on Wednesday night, Diaz doesn’t care what he does or who he bothers with his actions. Late Wednesday night, Diaz posted a photo of himself in what appears to be him urinating on the grounds outside the UFC headquarters, challenging that he can get away with his actions because he makes more than most fighters and the promotion won’t cut him compared to other fighters on the roster.

This action comes just days after Nate Diaz called out the UFC for having him “on ice” for a year, as he tries to get a fight, the final fight on his current UFC contract. Following UFC 274 this past weekend, Diaz called for a fight this July at 170 pounds and found a game opponent in Michael Chandler after his incredible knockout victory over Tony Ferguson.

While Diaz called for a fight in the welterweight division, he continued his Twitter rant on Wednesday night by taking aim at two notable lightweight contenders, former interim champions Justin Gaethje and Dustin Poirier, both who have fallen to Charles Oliveira in title fights. Most recently, Oliveira defeated Gaethje at UFC 274 but was unable to keep his championship belt after he missed weight at the official weigh-ins by .5 pounds.  Diaz posted three photos of the two fighters with a simple caption, downplaying their  respective skillsets.

The rant from Nate Diaz didn’t end with calling out Dustin Poirier and Justin Gaethje, he also took aim at the UFC’s new uniform sponsor, Venum. Diaz shared his thoughts on the new fight kits with a simple middle finger emoji, showing his disliking towards the uniforms. Diaz has had to wear the Venum fight kits just once, back at UFC 263 when he dropped an unanimous decision to welterweight contender, Leon Edwards.

Whether or not Nate Diaz is acting and lashing out on social media to either influence the UFC to cut him or finally get him a fight is unknown, but the mega-popular superstar has always worked on his own terms and is clearly fed up with his current standing with the promotion.

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