Nate Diaz uploaded a close-up video of himself throwing a fake punch at MMA fighter Carrese Archer. The punch made Archer flinch and spill his beer.
The incident took place at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, during the Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley II boxing event on December 18, 2021.
Videos of the incident began circulating on social media while the event was ongoing. Even UFC President Dana White reposted the clip to his Instagram account.
Carrese Archer responded to the incident by posting a video on his Instagram account. He asked White to sign him to a one-fight contract and let him fight Diaz in the UFC. Archer said:
“Hello everyone, I see a lot of laughs. Everyone laughs, the same thing, makes you laugh, makes you cry. Nate Diaz is a real female dog. He’s got security protecting him and you’re going to back up on me and try to hit me when I’m not careful and you all think this man is a gangster? I think the world is fucked up and confused here. When they think about what a real gangster is. I am a real street dog. I’m on the street, believe it. Anyone who knows me knows how ‘One Punch’ rocks it … Anyway, let’s get back to why I’m making this video, Dana White, I see you made a post and you laughed and you thought it was funny. I bet you won’t think it’s funny, you sign me up for a fight and I knock out Nate Diaz the f ** k in the first round.
MMA legend Nate Diaz has now posted images of himself causing Carrese Archer to flinch as part of a video uploaded to his official YouTube channel.
Watch the part where Nate Diaz thrills Carrese Archer after 12:35 minutes of the video below:
Nate Diaz refuses potential fights against the Paul brothers
Many believe that Nate Diaz could quit the UFC after his next fight and face Jake Paul in a very lucrative boxing match. However, Diaz appears to have laughed at the potential fights against Jake Paul and his older brother Logan Paul.
Nate Diaz hit back at Jake Paul’s call by taking to Instagram and telling the Paul brothers to hire security guards to protect themselves from him. The 36-year-old has also said it would be better to be friends with him rather than fight him. Diaz’s next opponent and the date of his return have yet to be revealed.
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