Then Nate's new manager Mike Kogan told MMAMania that his fighter was offered the fight, but that the camp's condtions were not met.
"Nate has never turned down a fight against anyone," said Kogan. "There are conditions that we asked for that were turned down by the UFC, so the fight didn't happen."
In an interview with MMAFighting, Kogan provided further details.
"We asked for Nate's contract to be redone," said Kogan. "The UFC turned it down. We asked for a change to his contract, and changes to when the fight takes place. They said no and we said no thanks. This is supposed to be a professional sport, but then this resorts to these Twitter wars. This isn't a street fight, it's a professional sport. If it's a street fight and they want to see who the better man is they know where the f--- Nate is, and then we can see who is the better man."
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