Nick Diaz Army Clashes with Jake Paul’s Security In Backstage Incident

By Andrew Capucetti | October 30, 2022

Inside Fighting has video of the backstage altercation between the Nick Diaz Army and members of Jake Paul’s security team just before Jake took on Anderson Silva.

Unclear what specifically started the incident but we’re told there’s been lingering beef. You can see in the footage, words were exchanged between the two sides and then things quickly escalated — at one point, someone threw a drink.

The footage shows Nate Diaz and UFC fighter Nick Maximov getting into it with Paul’s security team — but it doesn’t appear they got physical with anyone

The two sides eventually separated without further incident.

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