Amid links to a potential return to the Octagon at UFC 300 next year, former lightweight title challenger, Nate Diaz has admitted that while he would like to make his comeback to the promotion, according to him, there’s no potential opponent emerging for him to compete against.
Diaz was a former undisputed light-weight champion and perennial contender at welterweight under the banner promoted by the organization. He left the Dana White’s led organization in November, last year, after his contractual obligations were completed with the UFC.
Stockton veteran Diaz, who headlined a previous UFC 279 in September that year, won a makeshift match with Tony Ferguson, former interim lightweight champion, with a fourth-round guillotine submission.
Since his departure from the Octagon, Diaz has been linked to a possible return. He made his debut in professional boxing in August this year, losing a unanimous decision to Ohio puncher Jake Paul in Texas.
Earlier this weekend, ferver regarding a potential return to the UFC for Diaz hit the headlines, with fans speculating the Californian was weighing up a comeback – posting…