Brock Lesnar and Nate Diaz are two of the most volatile and unpredictable personalities on the UFC’s roster, and they showed signs of that yesterday during their interviews at the UFC 141 workout session in Las Vegas by walking out of their pre-fight interviews.

Firstly Lesnar appeared to take exception to renowned MMA reporter Ariel Helwani’s line of questioning and ended their interview prematurely as you can see below.

Then Diaz also chose to make an abrupt exit less than 90 seconds into his chat with 5thround.com. The reason? Diaz took exception to the fact that his opponent Donald Cerrone was working out just yards away from him, suspecting that the UFC were trying to cause conflict between them.

Despite the Diaz brother’s ‘bad boy’ reputation this was probably the most polite exit from an interview I’ve ever seen.

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