UFC 200 went down last night (Saturday July 9, 2016) in Las Vegas, Nevada. In what was supposed to be the most exciting card of the year, possibly ever, fans were left somewhat disappointed by the main card bouts.

Lots of decisions and, aside from Cain Velasquez and Amanda Nunes, it was a main card filled with decisions. In what was expected to be a thrilling historic evening of high level fights, Nate Diaz may well have provided the best moment of the card.

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Successfully defeating UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor in a welterweight match at UFC 196 has made Diaz a massive star. He’s been present in the media consistently since that monster win on March 5, and it’s not stopping any time soon.

Both Diaz and McGregor were present at the historic UFC 200 card last night, hoping to be a part of the card they were originally meant to headline. The two will eventually rematch at UFC 202, which ‘The Notorious’ claimed would be bigger than UFC 200.

Conor McGregor watching Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar at UFC 200 on July 9...
Conor McGregor watching Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar at UFC 200 on July 9…

McGregor remained quiet on the most part at UFC 200, although he did make one rather interesting appearance on camera. Diaz though, he went all out when he got his chance on the microphone.

The resulting interview was so hilarious in many ways, and Joe Rogan’s face said it all.

Continue to page 2 for Nate Diaz’s rather classic UFC 200 appearance with Joe Rogan and also McGregor’s moment on camera…

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