Nate Diaz Involved In Fight In Crowd At Grappling Event In Sacremento

UFC star Nate Diaz was reportedly involved in a fight in the crowd at the Fight To Win Pro 77 grappling event in Sacremento, California this past weekend.

Diaz had attended the event to support some of his students who were participating on the show, which took place on Friday night.

“So Nate Diaz just whooped a dudes ass in the crowd at f2wpro77…lesson if you are going to talk shit to Nate Diaz he will beat the shit out of you,” Seth Daniels, the CEO of the grappling event wrote on Twitter after the incident occurred.

It’s unclear exactly what sparked off the incident, but Diaz was caught on video throwing a punch at another member of the audience at the show, while another shirtless man was also being restrained nearby.

According to TMZ, Diaz and his entourage left afterwards and no-one was arrested in relation to the brawl.

Diaz is no stranger to getting involved in physical confrontations both inside and outside the cage over the years, more often than not with his older brother Nick Diaz also involved.

In fact, just recently Diaz was believed to have clashed with Clay Guida at Combate Americas 20 back in may, leaving ‘The Carpenter’ with a bloodied lip.

However, as things stand there’s no indication that Diaz is actually planning on putting his talents to good use in the Octagon, having not fought since earning a multi-millionaire dollar payday for his rematch with Conor McGregor in 2016.

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