For a "near brawl." Fuck that, muthafuckas!!!
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department will be looking into Nate Diaz and his involvement in a near brawl that broke out Friday night at a Combate Americas event, MMA Fighting has learned.
Deputies responded to the event, which took place at the McClellan Conference Center in McClellan Park, Calif., after a scuffle broke out. Officers took an incident report from UFC fighter Clay Guida, who is accusing Diaz of battery, per Sacramento sheriff spokesperson Sgt. Shaun Hampton.
Guida’s manager John Fosco told MMA Fighting that Diaz shoved Guida from behind unprompted, causing Guida to stumble into a metal guardrail and split open his lip. Sources on the scene told MMA Fighting that Guida was bleeding in the aftermath of the incident.
Tyler Diamond, Guida’s training partner at Team Alpha Male and a cast member on The Ultimate Fighter 27, took to Twitter on Friday night to accuse Diaz of slapping him during the altercation.