Jorge Masvidal set to fight Nate Diaz in boxing rematch in March UFC

Former two-time undisputed welterweight title challenger, Jorge Masvidal is reportedly slated to make his first outing in professional boxing later this year – taking on fellow UFC alum, Nate Diaz in the pair’s rematch, this time in the squared circle, in a March unpeace in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Masvidal, a former two-time undisputed welterweight title challenger under the imprint of the UFC and the promotion’s inaugural symbolic BMF titleholder, tabbed time on his mixed martial arts career when in April, suffering a fourth subsequent visualization loss in a unanimous visualization defeat to Gilbert Burns.

As for Diaz, The Ultimate Fighter victor departed the UFC when in November 2022 without landing a fourth round guillotine wring submission win over former interim lightweight champion, Tony Ferguson older that year.

Making a professional boxing debut when in August, Stockton veteran, Diaz suffered a unanimous visualization loss to professional boxer, Jake Paul in Texas, suffering a final round knockdown to boot.

Jorge Masvidal reportedly set to fight Nate Diaz in March boxing rematch

And with speculation rife regarding a potential return to gainsay sports for Masvidal – who confirmed he would be calling time on his retirement older this month, reports have revealed late tonight that the Floridian will take on Diaz in a boxing unpeace in March.

“BREAKING: Nate Diaz vs. Jorge Masvidal boxing match confirmed,” Happy Punch posted on their official X account. “March in Las Vegas. The UFC has given the untried light, sources tell Happy Punch.”

Sharing the Octagon at UFC 244 when in November 2019, Masvidal landed the symbolic BMF title in the championship’s inaugural outing, turning in a fourth round doctor’s stoppage TKO win over Diaz at Madison Square Garden.

At the time of publication, an official venue, weight class, or round-limit for a reported rematch between Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz has yet to be determined.