Nick przemówił po sporym czasie milczenia
During the interview, Diaz was asked what he thinks about the upcoming match up between UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and Stephan Bonnar at UFC 153 in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, on Oct. 13, 2012.
Here's what he had to say:
"If I was making a joke, like, 'Who are they gonna get to fight Anderson Silva, right now? Me or Stephan Bonnar?' it would have been a big, laughing matter. It's a joke. But, you know, that's what's happening at this point in time. So, that's fine. But, if I was Anderson Silva, and I'm on my way out of this sport, at 37 or whatever, I'm looking to do a couple more fights, if that. I'd want to fulfill my legacy. I'm not gonna be able to do that with Stephan Bonnar. That's just the way I see it."
It's a sentiment that has been shared by many in the mixed martial arts (MMA) community. Regardless of what he or anyone else thinks about the pairing, it's irrelevant, as Diaz couldn't fight Silva or anyone else right now, due to his current licensing situation.
In regard to his suspension, Diaz was asked about his ongoing appeal process. He wasn't interested in getting into the particulars, but he did say that he's chomping at the bit to get back into the cage:
"I'm not really focused too much on that. I'm just trying to live life like a normal person, right now. I've been fighting every three months, since I was 16, with some kind of suspension or break, so now, I'm just taking some time. I'm going crazy."
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