Nate Diaz tells 'spoiled little b***' Conor McGregor 'I f***ed you up' and says UFC rival Dustin Poirier is 'scared'

NATE DIAZ called Conor McGregor a 'spoiled little b***' and accused rival Dustin Poirier of being 'scared'.

It came after McGregor responded to a tweet which referenced his famous leap from featherweight in 2015 to welterweight a year later, before facing Diaz.


He wrote: "Done it all, still here."

But Diaz, who choked out McGregor in March 2016 but lost the rematch five months later, hit back in a foul-mouthed tirade, which also took aim at Poirier.

He replied: "I f***ed you up and u never got it back but u acted like u did now u get a rematch every time u get your ass beat like a spoiled Little b**** would I’ve done it all and I’m still here plus the guy who just beat ur ass is a scared Lil bitch also f*** u both."

In Diaz's post, he references beating McGregor and dismissed the rematch result, which he has always maintained was the wrong decision.

He blasted the Irishman for receiving an immediate rematch against Poirier, having been knocked out by the American in January.

The pair are set for a summer headliner, after McGregor, 32, called for a trilogy between the two, who are one apiece.

And Diaz, 35, has taken exception to McGregor's demand by labelling the former two-weight champion 'spoiled' for receiving his wish.

Diaz has also been caught up in a recent feud with Poirier, 32, which dates back to 2018 when their fight was cancelled.

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Both have since opened the door to a grudge match at welterweight, but Poirier firstly faces McGregor.

Diaz has not fought since November 2019, when he was pulled out before round four against Jorge Masvidal, 36, due to a cut.

He wants to return in 2021, but ruled out a trilogy with McGregor.

Diaz recently told ESPN : “I’m sure we probably will fight, one day eventually too.

“But at the time right now — it’s not the time. You’ve been finished off left and right, you know, I’m going to have to get finished a few times before we fight again.

"When the time is right the time is right. But I think now's the time for bigger, better stuff to go on — different stuff."

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