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Dana White Said “I Didn’t Have A Good Day In Stockton”

Published On May 23, 2016 | MMA News
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MMA Junkie – Well, that rematch between Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor we all thought might happen at UFC 200, it still might happen at some point. But we don’t know when just yet.

TMZ today reported that a meeting in California between UFC President Dana White and Diaz “ended abruptly when Dana was visibly angry, stood up and beelined it for his SUV.”

White declined to go over specifics of his day with Diaz but did admit to MMAjunkie that, “I didn’t have a good day in Stockton.”

According to TMZ, White traveled to Stockton to “seal the deal for a rematch between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz,” but that “it all went south and the UFC Prez stormed out of the tavern.”

Give Nate Diaz what he wants. This man has been fighting for the organization for a large part of his life and deserves the chance to grow his retirement fund. These men and women take so many shots to the head, put their body through so much punishment and risk their lives everyday to help grow a sport that rarely gives back to them what they put in. This could be Nate’s last big payday so please let this man go out with a slightly bloated bank account. We all want to see the rematch, so let me reassure you the card will be successful and there will be a ton of money to go around.

 

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