Nate Diaz is determined to “get the f*** out of the UFC” amid contract dispute.

Diaz has admitted he is determined to “get the f*** out of the UFC” after the promotion promoted NFTs by him and his brother Nick

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Nate Diaz is determined to “get the f*** out of the UFC” as he continues to ask to be fired from the promotion.

The American star has not fought in the octagon since losing to Leon Edwards last June. He verbally agreed to face Dustin Poirier in the last fight of his current contract but the fight didn’t materialize leaving him with no suitable opponent.

Diaz has now spoken out at the promotion for her handling of the situation, tweeting: “It’s so *** why I gotta get the f***ing UFC out. Didn’t you suspend? Nick [Diaz] for five years and fine me loads of money for a vape pen?! Now you can benefit from it. I hope nobody buys this bull****.”

The 37-year-old responded to a tweet in which the UFC announced it would be selling NFT packs of the Diaz brothers’ cards for the first 2,500 customers. This prompted an angry reaction from Diaz, who continued to openly express his plans to be released from his contract.

Lacking options on the table, Diaz has yet to explore an option for a new deal with the promotion and is unlikely to return to the Octagon. UFC President Dana White has consistently stated that he expects Diaz to return for a trilogy fight Conor McGregor before exiting.

He also stated that with the imminent end of his contract, the welterweight star would be made a new proposal. With a trilogy against McGregor on the table as a likely option, Diaz faces an uncertain future as his final fight is now in jeopardy.

Diaz’ ​​close friend Yancy Medeiros has admitted Diaz would prefer to be sacked by the organization which is seeking a third meeting with the Irishman. “I think Nate just comes over to cause trouble,” Medeiros explained over Diaz’s tweet calling for his UFC release. “I think the UFC needs to make him an offer he can’t refuse or he’ll be fighting for his contract.

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“How come he tells UFC he’s going to fight Dustin and Dustin said he’s going to fight him but they won’t let it? out because he wants to be a free agent. Why don’t they let him fight the treaty? You can connect the dots and cross the ‘t’s, dot the ‘i’s.

Diaz was frequently offered a lucrative boxing match with a YouTube star Jake-Paul. The 25-year-old believes he can beat the UFC star, who is yet to have talks of a crossover fight.

However, Paul believes the star will re-enter the octagon before facing Diaz and has stated that he deserves a payout of around $20 million. “Nate Diaz should be guaranteed $20 million per fight or 20 percent of the event’s revenue if he fights Dustin, Conor or Jorge [Masvidal]. That’s 20 percent of all revenue (not just PPV). Pretty simple math. If you deny that, you don’t know anything about the fight business.”

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