In a new snippet from Snoop Dogg’s GGN (Double G News Network) show on Youtube, UFC fighter Nick Diaz reveals exactly what he would be if he wasn’t fighting, and the answer may surprise many.
Nick’s brother Nate posted the clip on his Instagram.
“If I wasn’t a fighter, I’d be probably be in the dope game or in the rap game. I don’t know,” Diaz said, with a smile.
The answer absolutely killed Snoop. He just couldn’t stop laughing.
Diaz backtracked, and said “If I wasn’t a fighter, maybe I’d have something to do with the sport.”
But Snoop just couldn’t stop giggling.
“F*ck it, I like the first answer!”
Watch the hilarious clip for yourselves.
Nick Diaz Messes Around With Snoop Dogg On His Youtube Show
On the latest episode of GGN (Double G News Network), Nick and Snoop talk a lot of gibberish. Most of it is incoherent stuff, which are not tied together and don’t make any sense. But it’s pretty entertaining and funny.
Both Nick and Snoop are known cannabis advocates, and are firm believers of the controversial plant’s medicinal properties. Nick himself is a marijuana patient, which allows him to use the herb on occasion.
The first clip released last week showed both Nick and Snoop talking about different topics. Both have a slight slur to their voices which would suggest that they had been puffing the ganja, but of course, there is no way to confirm this without a toxicity test.
Nonetheless, it’s all in good fun as Nick is currently looking for an opponent for his much-awaited comeback. UFC broadcast analyst Joe Rogan, who is also a cannabis advocate, said that Nick is looking for a big fight – possibly a title shot.
Fans Eagerly Await Nick Diaz’s Return To The Octagon
We can’t wait for this entire episode to be released, as it seems both Nick and Snoop had a hell of a lot of fun shooting it. It’s a good respite while fans eagerly await Nick’s return to the Octagon. Nevertheless, Nick is “free” now and his next fight is pretty much imminent.
Nick was last seen inside the Octagon in January of 2015 against Anderson Silva. Nick lost the fight by unanimous decision, but the result was later overturned by the NSAC after both fighters tested positive for banned substances.