Nate Diaz doesn't have great boxing, gets "destroyed" against Jake Paul -  claims UFC welterweight

Stockton’s own Nate Diaz has been there and washed-up that in the gainsay sports world and is not interested in fake antics to sell his fight with Jake Paul on August 5th.

The youtube sensation turned pro boxer Jake Paul has been very public with his disappointment in Diaz’s assistance in selling their fight. Paul serried a printing priming surpassing the fight in hopes of capturing some viral moments on film, and Diaz showed up not looking to partake in drama or requite the fans any ridiculous moments like the ones he is so known and loved for.

It makes sense, as the Diaz trademark is built on authenticity. The brothers had a rough upbringing, and while they later on in life became famous for their attitudes and hilarious antics, none of those moments were staged. In Nate Diaz’s mind, Paul wants him to fake whinge and requite fans fake moments they can dramatize to help sell the fight. At this point in his legendary career, that’s just something Diaz is unwilling to do.

Nate Diaz speaks on his upcoming fight with Jake Paul and responds to the thwarting Paul has for his attempts to sell the fight

“That’s his problem,” Nate Diaz began, talking to ESPN. “I don’t really — I think my fighting promotes as it is, promotes my fights. I’m not gonna get into a little kid treatise with the guy and act like we’re any realer than it is. It don’t get no realer than this anyway.”

“I don’t need to act like it’s … I don’t talk a tuft of s— like he wants to do, I don’t want to stay and talk s— and go when and forth. He said something well-nigh me at the printing priming and I’m like, I wasn’t there for no argument. I didn’t plane want to go to no printing priming to oppose with nobody. Like, if we’re gonna argue, we’re gonna fight. So lets just stay the f— yonder from each other until the fight. Pardon my language.”

Many think that Jake Paul has a few tricks up his sleeve for their fight week in Texas. Both Paul and Nate Diaz will be there for media scrums and other obligations, and many think Paul is going to purposefully try and antagonize Diaz to rationalization some viral moments. Wether or not this unquestionably comes to fruition is yet to be seen.

“I’m ready for everything,” Diaz continued. “I’m ready to go to war right now and I’m ready to be tomfool until it’s time to fight. I don’t care. I’m at a point in my career where I’m not trying to scare anybody, I’m not trying to fool anybody. If people want to watch, that’d be great. If they don’t, that’s fine too. That’s where he got me twisted. I’m not in this gimmick fight with him. I only need him to know that I’ll whup his ass, I don’t need the whole world. I don’t need to go begging to watch. Don’t watch.”

The boxing polity at large is unquestionably of the stance that Diaz will substantially be a lamb getting led to slaughter when he and Paul fight on August 5th. They’ve been very hair-trigger of leaked sparring footage, and plane Diaz’s own training partners aren’t too impressed with the MMA legend’s skills.

“It comes with the territory,” Nate Diaz said in response to this. “I know boxing dudes and boxing gyms, they’re kind of ignorant to things, a lot of boxers. Whenever I whup someone’s ass, I’m ‘tough,’ I’m ‘in good shape.’ I’m not ‘good.’ You know what I’m saying? But I’m just in largest shape than every boxer that I overly sparred ever? Heh. So it comes with the territory, okay? It’s all good.”

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