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Opinion: Where is Nick Diaz? How Dare You Ask

Nick Diaz was the betting favorite to be the first fighter potentially suspended for not reporting their whereabouts to the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. But, once again, Diaz being unprofessional and recalcitrant has a curious way of exposing regulatory foolishness and what's rotten about this sport.
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