Nate Diaz is offered another fight and once again, he turned the UFC down. This time, Myles Jury tried to get him to fight him, but apparently has not received a response.
.@NateDiaz209 I respect u a lot, BUT… I confirmed to fight you & have been waiting on you for a week. Are we getting after it or what?
— Myles Jury (@FuryJury) June 29, 2014
Diaz has a 17-9 MMA record and is 2-2 out of his last four. He beat Jim Miller, he then lost to Benson Henderson and then Josh Thomson back to back. In his last fight he beat Gray Maynard last November.
Jury (14-0) is coming off the biggest win of his career, as he topped Diego Sanchez in March. He is a perfect 5-0 since joining the UFC in 2012.
The fight seems in the ranks of a chance to happen, but we will keep you posted.
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