Nick Diaz still not playing the game, says GSP is a little b----

by John Morgan | source: mmajunkie.com
 

"I'm not trying to make all these little excuses," Diaz today told MMAjunkie.com. "If I'd have known the fight was going to be off, I would have f------ gone to the press conference, or I would have told somebody, 'Hey, if I don't make it to this stupid s---, I'm not fighting.' I think that people would have gotten me there. I think people would have come and gave twos---s and gotten me to that press conference."

"I didn't even know there was a press conference. I thought it was some PR thing. People were trying to tell me, 'You're going to do this skit,' and that I was going to be a part of some PR skit where I had this part where I was walking through a hall, kind of like that scene Jake Shields did. I was like, 'What the f---? Are you kidding?' So I'm thinking, 'Somebody better come over here and tell me what I'm doing and get me ready to go do it so I don't look like an a------.' That's how I feel when you're coming to get me ready for something I'm not ready for."

"I'll tell you straight up, I sat down in that office and made that deal with them, and I talked to them about this press. What I said when I was in there was that I would be happy to do press. I like the press. I like all that stuff. But I would like people to come to me. They were like, 'OK. We'll send them out to you.' They told me they were going to do all that PR stuff – that video and weird s--- they were going to have me do right next to the guy I'm fighting, which I think is ridiculous – in California, and I was going to do that."

"I've said this before: People don't film me. People don't put me in magazines. I've never been invited on 'Inside MMA' or 'MMA Live.' I don't want to be on the front cover of a magazine? How does that sound? I'm not crazy. Who wouldn't want to be on the front cover of a magazine?

"I am happy for Carlos. He has a kid and a family. I have don't have any of that. I gave all that up to fight and be the best. I hope this opportunity helps Carlos and his family."

"I know sometimes I sound like a nut when I'm talking, but there's a lot of s--- to this situation. It's ridiculous that I have to be the only one explaining what goes on behind the scenes. One of the things that has always helped me out in my career is that I've never dealt with this. Other people dealt with this. Now everybody is putting the blame on me. I think that needs to come off, and I think that Georges St-Pierre is a little bitch for not saying anything about it. He's like, 'Yeah, switch it to Condit. That's easier. I'd love to fight my buddy. I'd love to fight my pal.'"

"I sleep four hours a night – maybe five or six hours tops. I wake up, and then I'm out on a run or out on a mission to get to the Bay Area so I can train with some bad motherf-----, and I do that everyday. And nobody gives a s---. Nobody has ever wanted to come on a ride along to see what it is to live a day in the life of Nick Diaz. That would be some s---. People would trip."

"The bottom line is Georges is being a little bitch. He didn't step up and say anything when the UFC pulled me out of this fight. I understand sometimes you have to do what your told, but why wouldn't you tell the media you still want to fight me? If I was Georges, I would want to fight the best. I would have asked for the Anderson Silva fight. I would have asked to fight the Strikeforce champ. But he sits there like a robot and doesn't say anything at all, just like he's not going to say anything about me calling him a bitch now. If I saw B.J. Penn walking down the street and called him a bitch, we would be fighting right there on the spot.

"The truth is Georges doesn't want to fight me in the street or in a cage. He knows who I am, and he knows where I came from. I don't have the commitment? I'm younger than him, I have more wins in my career than he does, and I've worked harder to get where I am. He knows the truth, and he didn't say anything and won't say anything because he doesn't want to get his ass whipped by me the same way he got his ass whipped by Jake – the night we went to the press conference and Georges went to the hospital."

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Jambo888 site profile image  

9/15/11 4:29 AM by Jambo888

hahahaaaaa... having to support the guy you fight because he fucks up... that is amazing logic.

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9/15/11 4:28 AM by Jambo888

now its GSP's job to baby diaz as well? hahahaaaa

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9/15/11 2:39 AM by mchase126

Lol this.

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9/15/11 1:46 AM by knockoutfighter

TTT for later

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9/15/11 1:28 AM by OzLoco

 I'm still coming to grips with the startling revelation that weed means you don't know how to use a cell phone yet you can still upload videos to YouTube. Fascinating.

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9/15/11 12:52 AM by chew22

was the press conf no show a nick tuck?

IP site profile image  

9/15/11 12:25 AM by IP

Love Nick Diaz; however:-He took a hard left turn on this last thing.-Time to shut up and let your fighting do the talking (for his own good).

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9/15/11 12:21 AM by Dean of Lean

the Professionalism thing is the dividing line.For some they wanna see MMA viewed legitimate as a professional sport on par with the NFL, MLB and NBA.Others wanna see the sporting element go and have it return to 1993. Its a matter of opinion.What the truth is, is that the people running the show, wanna see it go legit and mainstream thats where the money is, sponsorships, endorsements, PPV. Underground is cool but its not profitable. So the guys like Diaz who bring that attitude might be good in the short term for the hype they generate but over the long term, if they don't adapt and mature they may find themselves alongside the Paul Daleys, Jesse Taylors and War Machines....instead of under the bright lights and title fights.I mean put yourself in any UFC Champ's boots....Do you A) Make several million a year and live like a celeberity? or B) Throw it all away so some dude in Cali knows you ain't no bitch??I doubt Anderon Silva, Jon Jones, GSP, Cain Valesquez etc are that insecure as to care who calls them what

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9/14/11 11:53 PM by jcblass

At what point to do we get sick of this guy's lack of professionalism and the overall thuggery he brings to a sport in dire need of good ambassadors and spokespeople. How old is he now? Still calling people "bitches" and "slapping them on the street".Unfortunately for Diaz, he will never have the opportunity to come across GSP in "the streets". GSP does not hang out in gang environments smoking dope and drinking his 40s with his "homies". Instead, he trains hard and represents the sport in a professional manner.I hope Diaz gets KTFO and I rarely root for Penn.