THE man who went viral after Nate Diaz made him flinch at the latest Jake Paul fight has demanded the UFC give him a one-bout contract.
Fellow MMA fighter Carrese Archer became the butt of several jokes online after footage of Diaz making him step back at the Paul vs Woodley 2 fight went viral.
Archer appeared to be minding his own business when Diaz motioned as if he was going to attack the welterweight, who ended up spilling his beer before security at the arena separated the two.
Archer was left incensed by Diaz's actions, so much so he wants to settle the score with the Stockton slugger inside the octagon.
In an Instagram video, One Punch said: “Hello, world. I seen all the laughter. Everybody laughing, haha.
"Same thing make you laugh make you cry. Nate Diaz is a bona fide female dog.
"He had the police with him, had the security protecting him, and you gonna flinch at me and try to sucker punch me when I’m not paying attention?
"And y’all think this man is a gangster?
Most read in MMA
RETURN OF THE MAC
McGregor to return to UFC in the 'summer' but comeback opponent unknown
RETURN OF THE MAC
Ex-UFC man Sonnen hit with FIVE separate battery charges after alleged fight
MMA fan keeps UFC star Derrick Lewis' sweaty CUP after he throws it into crowd
McGregor reveals his secret stash of Proper 12 whiskey as he prepares comeback
JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply)
"I think the world is f**ked up and confused around here when they think about what is a real gangster.
"I’m a real street dog. I’m in the streets. Believe that.
"Anybody that knows me know how ‘One Punch’ rockin’, and we don’t do s**t while the police there.
“Dana White, I seen you made a post. And you laughed, and you thought it was funny.
"I bet you won’t think it’s funny you sign me for one fight, and I knock Nate Diaz the f**k out in the first round. Guaranteed, no cap. I’m not playing no games.”
Archer's chances of landing a one-fight deal with the UFC are incredibly, incredibly slim.
He currently boasts a record of 2-6, with all but one of his losses coming via first-round stoppage
Fan favourite Diaz also has one fight left on his UFC contract, which the promotion wouldn't want to waste with a petty beef.
Diaz, 36, has recently been angling for a showdown with former interim lightweight champion Dustin Poirier.
And UFC supremo White is open to making the fight, recently admitting: “If that’s a fight that they want and the fans want to see, we’ll do it."
FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN NEW CUSTOMER DEALS
Source: Read Full Article