Nate Diaz calls out Jorge Masvidal (VIDEO)

Nate Diaz is officially back at the mixed martial arts game and it seems we’re up for a historic fight.

Yesterday the little brother of Nick Diaz pummeled Anthony Pettis for three rounds and got the win via UD at UFC 241 c0-main event. Right after he was announced as the winner of the bout, Nate Diaz was interviewed by Joe Rogan and once again, it was an interview to remember.

“The reason I was off is cause everybody sucked and there was nobody to fight,” the 34-year-old said.

“With this belt, I want to defend it against Jorge Masvidal, he had a good last fight. All respect to the man but there ain’t no gangsters in his game anymore.

“I know my man’s a gangster but he ain’t no west coast gangster.”

“Gamebred”, who was loud in the past weeks about getting a welterweight title shot or a Conor McGregor clash, was in the stands and he was more than happy to be called out by Diaz himself.

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They are in the same division, they are both fans favorites and they both want the big checks, so it only makes sense to get them inside an Octagon in the future.

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