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12/12/12 5:52 PM
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There is no way Diaz signs the contract to fight GSP. He did everything he could do to get out of the fight the 1st time around, LOL @ anyone who thinks he'll magically have a change of heart. He obviously doesn't want to fight GSP, or at least doesn't want to do the PR that goes along with fighting him.

Diaz will either not sign the contract, or he won't show up for the press conference/won't do any PR, which will make DW replace him with Big Rig.

You heard it here first, not that I'm proud of predicting something SO obvious though.
12/12/12 5:58 PM
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I am thinking he fights Nate the great for his next spot probably on the next fox card. Phone Post
12/12/12 6:02 PM
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12/12/12 6:03 PM
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Nick fears gsp's devestating knockout power lol Phone Post
12/12/12 6:04 PM
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KingOfFighters - Nick fears gsp's devestating knockout power lol Phone Post
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12/12/12 6:13 PM
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12/12/12 6:16 PM
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don't see the point of a diaz fight. It won't be competitive and just takes up an opportunity of seeing GSP fight a genuinely competitive opponent
12/12/12 6:27 PM
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thebasher - don't see the point of a diaz fight. It won't be competitive and just takes up an opportunity of seeing GSP fight a genuinely competitive opponent

it'll be at least as competetive as the condit fight was. and everyone was gushing all over how "good" condit did.
12/12/12 6:30 PM
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OP, I'm not impressed by your performance. Phone Post
12/12/12 6:37 PM
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FanToFighter -  OP, I'm not impressed by your performance. Phone Post

Zing! You got jokes!
12/12/12 6:38 PM
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But seriously, you guys all suck at posting.
12/12/12 8:41 PM
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GSP wont be hurt at all in this fight like he was against Condit Phone Post
12/12/12 9:01 PM
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Buck 65 - There is no way Diaz signs the contract to fight GSP. He did everything he could do to get out of the fight the 1st time around, LOL @ anyone who thinks he'll magically have a change of heart. He obviously doesn't want to fight GSP, or at least doesn't want to do the PR that goes along with fighting him.

Diaz will either not sign the contract, or he won't show up for the press conference/won't do any PR, which will make DW replace him with Big Rig.

You heard it here first, not that I'm proud of predicting something SO obvious though.

Right, because stripping a fighter of a match for missing a PR gig is what the president of a real sports league does. What would have happened if it were Pac or Money Mayweather taken out of a boxing match for missing a presser? Wouldn't happen. Nick's only mistake was assuming the UFC would be run like a real sports organization.
12/12/12 10:56 PM
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What u got besides your left hand? for real!!
12/12/12 11:05 PM
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thebasher - don't see the point of a diaz fight. It won't be competitive and just takes up an opportunity of seeing GSP fight a genuinely competitive opponent

it'll be at least as competetive as the condit fight was. and everyone was gushing all over how "good" condit did.

It might be at least as competitive as Nate/Ben. Maybe.
12/12/12 11:09 PM
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Buck 65 - There is no way Diaz signs the contract to fight GSP. He did everything he could do to get out of the fight the 1st time around, LOL @ anyone who thinks he'll magically have a change of heart. He obviously doesn't want to fight GSP, or at least doesn't want to do the PR that goes along with fighting him.

Diaz will either not sign the contract, or he won't show up for the press conference/won't do any PR, which will make DW replace him with Big Rig.

You heard it here first, not that I'm proud of predicting something SO obvious though.

Right, because stripping a fighter of a match for missing a PR gig is what the president of a real sports league does. What would have happened if it were Pac or Money Mayweather taken out of a boxing match for missing a presser? Wouldn't happen. Nick's only mistake was assuming the UFC would be run like a real sports organization.

Wow you're perhaps the biggest idiot on this page.
12/12/12 11:40 PM
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Buck 65 - There is no way Diaz signs the contract to fight GSP. He did everything he could do to get out of the fight the 1st time around, LOL @ anyone who thinks he'll magically have a change of heart. He obviously doesn't want to fight GSP, or at least doesn't want to do the PR that goes along with fighting him.

Diaz will either not sign the contract, or he won't show up for the press conference/won't do any PR, which will make DW replace him with Big Rig.

You heard it here first, not that I'm proud of predicting something SO obvious though.

Right, because stripping a fighter of a match for missing a PR gig is what the president of a real sports league does. What would have happened if it were Pac or Money Mayweather taken out of a boxing match for missing a presser? Wouldn't happen. Nick's only mistake was assuming the UFC would be run like a real sports organization.

First off you compared to boxing which is not ran the same way. Second, let's see someone skip anything listed here: http://www.nfl.com/more/rookie-education and play nfl games. When nick Diaz brings in a million plus ppv buys no matter who he fights, the maybe he can skip press conferences.
12/13/12 12:32 AM
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Buck 65 - There is no way Diaz signs the contract to fight GSP. He did everything he could do to get out of the fight the 1st time around, LOL @ anyone who thinks he'll magically have a change of heart. He obviously doesn't want to fight GSP, or at least doesn't want to do the PR that goes along with fighting him.

Diaz will either not sign the contract, or he won't show up for the press conference/won't do any PR, which will make DW replace him with Big Rig.

You heard it here first, not that I'm proud of predicting something SO obvious though.

Right, because stripping a fighter of a match for missing a PR gig is what the president of a real sports league does. What would have happened if it were Pac or Money Mayweather taken out of a boxing match for missing a presser? Wouldn't happen. Nick's only mistake was assuming the UFC would be run like a real sports organization.

First off you compared to boxing which is not ran the same way. Second, let's see someone skip anything listed here: http://www.nfl.com/more/rookie-education and play nfl games. When nick Diaz brings in a million plus ppv buys no matter who he fights, the maybe he can skip press conferences.

you're right. while both are combat sports, boxing is run like a real sport, the ufc is run like the wwe. (sports entertainment)

you're a tool if you think nick diaz in any way ducked gsp.
12/13/12 12:47 AM
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Nick witnessed the thrashing a stronger man with a tactical mind gave his brother and he has been having nightmares ever since. I don't see him accepting the GSP fight. If he does he will face the same exact fate from a man who is much more talented than Bendo. I like the guy but this is the truth.

12/13/12 1:05 AM
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Nick witnessed the thrashing a stronger man with a tactical mind gave his brother and he has been having nightmares ever since. I don't see him accepting the GSP fight. If he does he will face the same exact fate from a man who is much more talented than Bendo. I like the guy but this is the truth.


he accepts it, makes the payday of his life and if he takes a beating probably retires for good this time.


"changing of the garb" and all of that stuff.
12/13/12 3:53 AM
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damn, i be postin' in a troll thread :(
12/13/12 5:52 AM
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TeamRenzo4Life - damn, i be postin' in a troll thread :(

No, you just made a completely retarded post and got called out on it. In boxing, Pac or Mayweather wouldn't be taken out because who would they replace them with? Hendricks can easily step in for Diaz because in many peoples minds he deserves it anyway, just like when Condit stepped in when Diaz flew the coop.
12/13/12 9:00 AM
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Buck 65 - There is no way Diaz signs the contract to fight GSP. He did everything he could do to get out of the fight the 1st time around, LOL @ anyone who thinks he'll magically have a change of heart. He obviously doesn't want to fight GSP, or at least doesn't want to do the PR that goes along with fighting him.

Diaz will either not sign the contract, or he won't show up for the press conference/won't do any PR, which will make DW replace him with Big Rig.

You heard it here first, not that I'm proud of predicting something SO obvious though.

Right, because stripping a fighter of a match for missing a PR gig is what the president of a real sports league does. What would have happened if it were Pac or Money Mayweather taken out of a boxing match for missing a presser? Wouldn't happen. Nick's only mistake was assuming the UFC would be run like a real sports organization.
Wouldn't happen because they are professionals and show up to scheduled engagements. And if they don't for whatever reason they make sure they notify the promoter. Something Nick did not do. Phone Post
12/13/12 9:37 AM
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Buck 65 - There is no way Diaz signs the contract to fight GSP. He did everything he could do to get out of the fight the 1st time around, LOL @ anyone who thinks he'll magically have a change of heart. He obviously doesn't want to fight GSP, or at least doesn't want to do the PR that goes along with fighting him.

Diaz will either not sign the contract, or he won't show up for the press conference/won't do any PR, which will make DW replace him with Big Rig.

You heard it here first, not that I'm proud of predicting something SO obvious though.

Right, because stripping a fighter of a match for missing a PR gig is what the president of a real sports league does. What would have happened if it were Pac or Money Mayweather taken out of a boxing match for missing a presser? Wouldn't happen. Nick's only mistake was assuming the UFC would be run like a real sports organization.
Wouldn't happen because they are professionals and show up to scheduled engagements. And if they don't for whatever reason they make sure they notify the promoter. Something Nick did not do. Phone Post

Yup, troll thread.
12/13/12 9:40 AM
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Nick Diaz haters show delusional levels of whiny vitriol and angst towards the man. So much so that they troll without realizing they are in fact pathetic wastes of flesh.

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