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UFC News 2016: Veteran Nick Diaz Only Wants Big Fights; UFC Fails To Get New York MMA Sanction Anew

Mixed martial arts veteran and former welterweight title contender Nick Diaz is only interested in "big fights."

UFC veteran Patrick Cote: Why not Nick Diaz in August?

Patrick Cote has very simple things in mind for his next UFC fight: either a top-15 opponent or a big-name fight that can bring him the attention he needs to continue his climb up the welterweight ladder.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

Nick Diaz only wants big fights upon UFC return later this year

Nick Diaz breathed a huge sigh of relief after the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) overturned his original five-year ban from mixed martial arts (MMA) -- reducing it to 18 months -- for failing a post-fight drug test for hisShow More Summary

Nate Diaz rumored to be in talks to fight Anthony Pettis, according to brother Nick

It would seem to fit all of the criteria of a modern Diaz fight: A big name, a money fight, a non-wrestler. And for those following the lightweight brackets in Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) it really just makes sense. Ferguson-Johnson 2 being booked leads me to then book: Alvarez vs Khabib and Pettis vs Nate Diaz. Show More Summary

Patrick Cote wants 'big name' for his next fight, like UFC welterweight Nick Diaz

Longtime Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) veteran Patrick Cote has now won three consecutive fights -- including two straight by way of violent knockout -- and 10 of his last 12, so you can understand why "The Predator" is looking...Show More Summary

Video: Patrick Cote's resurgence? Nick Diaz callout? Long time coming

Almost 12 years after his first UFC appearance, Patrick Cote is riding a three-fight winning streak with six victories in his past seven fights. How’d he finally get everything to click?Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Video...

Patrick Cote wants to welcome Nick Diaz back to UFC octagon

BOSTON – Fresh off an impressive performance on Sunday at UFC Fight Night 81, Patrick Cote is again aiming his sights at the welterweight division’s top 15.Filed under: News, UFC

Nick Diaz rematching UFC welterweight champ Robbie Lawler? It's possible

Nick Diaz will be cleared to fight in August after reaching a settlement that saw his five-year suspension reduced to 18 months, and when he does return, another UFC title shot could be in the offing.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

Nick Diaz settlement spurred by admission he wrongly pled Fifth Amendment

UFC welterweight Nick Diaz had to admit he wrongly invoked the Fifth Amendment as part of a settlement he recently reached with the Nevada State Athletic Commission.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

Nick Diaz Settlement Actions Once Again Tarnish Nevada Commission

Nick Diaz can finally plan a return to the fight business. That's the positive. But it couldn't be that easy. No way. It couldn't come until the Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) managed to put him through one last indignity. The regulatory...Show More Summary

Twitter reacts to Nick Diaz's NSAC hearing, reduced sentence and fine

After months of waiting, Nick Diaz finally today reached a settlement with the Nevada State Athletic Commission that saw his five-year ban and hefty fine reduced. Check out the reactions.Filed under: News, UFC

UFC fighter Nick Diaz has five-year drug suspension reduced

4 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

Armed with loads of celebrity support — even Cher got involved — UFC middleweight Nick Diaz’s five-year suspension for marijuana use was reduced on Monday to 18 months, MMA Mania reports. Diaz was given the suspension by the Nevada State Athletic Commission in September, months after he lost to foe Anderson Silva at UFC 183 in January. […]

NSAC Settles With Nick Diaz, Reduces Suspension to 18 Months, Fine to 100K

Today, Potato Nation, vindication is spelled S-T-O-C-K-T-O-N M-O-T-H-A-F-U-C-K-A-S. Well, if not "vindication," than at least something close to it. That's because earlier today, Nick Diaz and the Nevada State Athletic Commission were...Show More Summary

Nick Diaz's UFC Suspension Reduced to 18 Months: Latest Details and Reaction

Nick Diaz will be permitted to return to the Ultimate Fighting Championship on August 1 after it was confirmed his five-year drug suspension had been reduced to 18 months, along with a $100,000 fine. The Nevada State Athletic Commission "quickly approved" a settlement to reduce Diaz's punishment on Tuesday, according to FoxSports.com's Damon Martin. Show More Summary

NSAC quickly, quietly passes settlement with Nick Diaz, now suspended 18 months

The NSAC today moved quickly to approve a settlement with suspended UFC welterweight Nick Diaz, voting unanimously to reduce his five-year suspension to 18 months with a $100,000 fine.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

Nick Diaz suspension reduced following settlement agreement with NSAC

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Nick Diaz, who was slapped with a five-year suspension from mixed martial arts (MMA) after a failed drug test at UFC 183, had his sentence reduced by Nevada State Athletic CommissionShow More Summary

Nick Diaz, Wanderlei Silva set for hearings with NSAC next Tuesday

Mixed martial arts (MMA) fans love suspended UFC welterweight Nick Diaz so much that they enacted a White House petition to clear him of an egregious punishment handed down by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) back in September. Now, NSAC is slated to decide on a "proposed settlement agreement" with Diaz at next Tuesday's (Jan. Show More Summary

NSAC meets Tuesday, Wanderlei Silva and Nick Diaz on agenda

The Nevada State Athletic Commission will meet next week, and one of their most controversial decisions in recent memory could be altered.Filed under: News, UFC

NSAC expected to rule on Nick Diaz return to UFC at Jan. 12 meeting

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Nick Diaz, who was slapped with a five-year suspension from mixed martial arts (MMA) after a wonky drug test at UFC 183, is one step closer to being reinstated by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). In fact, the commission could rule as early as next Tuesday (Jan. Show More Summary

Why Demian Maia won’t be grappling Nick Diaz at Metamoris

LAS VEGAS – Surging UFC welterweight contender Demian Maia said he was offered a grappling match with Nick Diaz and would have accepted it, but Diaz’s participation was suddenly taken off the table.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

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