Mobbed by Fans After Big Win at UFC 279
Nate's fans wanted to show their support for the MMA superstar in Las Vegas
Nate Diaz was with his whole crew last night after defeating Tony Ferguson at UFC 279, but it was the love he received from his fans in Las Vegas that stood out the most.
Nate was celebrating with family and friends as they made their way to the after party following his guillotine choke victory, but his crew kept getting bigger as more and more of Nate's fans wanted to show their support for the MMA superstar as he finally completed his contract with the UFC.
What Nate does next is anyone's guess... What we do know is that Nate earned the right to have some fun last night. Congrats Nate.
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Ty Dolla Sign Says He's 'Feeling Great' After Skateboarding Accident, Praises Muay Thai Star Rodtang
Ty Dolla Sign says he's feeling great after having a scary fall in a skateboarding accident last week that left the hip hop star hospitalized. Luckily, from the looks and sound of things, Ty is on the mend and even back to performing for fans, while also taking the time to dish out some love to one of the biggest MMA stars on the planet in the process.
Inside Fighting's Andrew Capucetti caught up with the "Still Sippin" rapper who was leaving dinner in Beverly HIlls, when he was asked about how he was feeling after wiping out on his skateboard.
It’s the boxing heavyweight showdown fans have been dying to see for years - and it may finally be coming to fruition. During an interview with talkSPORT, Egis Klimas gave boxing fans a reason to believe, stating that his team has “been in negotiations even before the [Chisora] fight” and that the deal is almost done.
Klimas predicts that the fight will happen before March and will most likely happen in the Middle East. As of the publishing of this article, no official announcement has been made.
Paddy Pimblett may have incorrectly predicted that Charles Oliveira would beat Islam Makhachev at UFC 280, but that didn't stop him from singing Islam's praises and even taking a parting shot at Charles in the process.
The 'UFC Baddy' was answering questions in Las Vegas for UFC 282 media day when asked about the upcoming super-fight between Alexander Volkanovski and Islam Makkhachev. Paddy was heaping the praises of the quality of the matchup, but also took it as an opportunity to harken back to Makhachev’s title fight against Charles Oliveira, and how many people on the internet would call out Paddy for picking Charles to win the fight.