Jorge Masvidal claims ‘borderline vegetable’ Nate Diaz is done fighting in ‘the big leagues’

Jorge Masvidal claims ‘borderline vegetable’ Nate Diaz is done fighting in ‘the big leagues’

With Nate Diaz now a unfastened agent, Jorge Masvidal thinks it might be an excellent concept for the Stockton local to go away the UFC and in no way come back.

`Gamebred` thinks Diaz is displaying early symptoms and symptoms of mind harm and that The Ultimate Fighter five winner must leave `the huge leagues` at the back of him earlier than he accumulates any extra harm and regresses right into a vegetative state. Jorge Masvidal 

“That`s top for him to go away the huge leagues earlier than he receives extreme mind harm,” Masvidal, who battered Diaz at UFC 244 to win the BMF title, informed MMA Fighting`s Mike Heck in a current interview (h/t Low Kick MMA). “I suppose the guy`s like borderline vegetable. In his interviews, his spunkiness, his wittiness, his sharpness has long past to shit. Like, you need to watch for him. The pause has gotten longer. You used to invite him a question, there`d be like a two-2d pause. It`s like a 30-2d pause now.”

“Good for him, man,” he stated of Diaz seeking to element approaches with the UFC. “He shouldn`t be withinside the huge league. He`s gonna get hurt, man. Take that vintage ass dude someplace else, ya know? Plus, I nearly killed his a** because the referee stored him, so I don`t absolutely like him too much.”

Diaz discovered after his UFC 279 submission win over Tony Ferguson that he plans to go away the UFC and crossover to boxing, with YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul tipped as his debut opponent. The 37-year-vintage blended martial arts veteran will even release his new promotion, Real Fight Inc., selling boxing, MMA, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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