Nick Diaz found himself caught up in a wild brawl at a Las Vegas nightclub in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Diaz had been partying at the Hyde nightclub at the Belagio Resort and Casino, and at around 2.30am he headed to the restroom.

While there he reportedly bumped into another customer, who quickly became irate, despite claims that Diaz apologized immediately and said he didn’t want any trouble.

At that point three other men arrived on the scene to back up the customer, and together they jumped Diaz.

Diaz did his best to defend himself, but was hit hard in the head, before the brawl extended beyond the confines of the bathroom, reaching the casino floor.

The out of control attackers were reported to have thrown chairs and even started fighting with Bellagio staff before eventually being removed by security.

Afterwards, Diaz refused to press charges and claimed, “they got the worst of it.”

Diaz and his brother Nate have had a reputation for getting into situations like this, most recently causing a commotion at last week’s UFC 202 pre-fight press conference when they started hurling bottles at Conor McGregor.

However, a rep for Bellagio appeared to point the finger of suspicion away from Diaz with regards to his latest altercation, telling ESPN’s Brett Okamoto that, “Nick was very well behaved.”

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