RECORD: 21-13-0
STANCE: Southpaw
DIVISION: Welterweight
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
REACH: 76"
LEG REACH: 38.00
WEIGHT: 170 lbs.
NATIONALITY: Stockton, United States
OUT OF: Stockton, California
AGE: 36





Significant Strikes Attempted: 3529
Significant Strikes Landed: 1593


Takedowns Attempted: 85
Takedowns Landed: 17

Latest Bouts:

Tony Ferguson
Winner by Submission in Round 4
Sat. Sep 10, 2022
UFC 279: Diaz vs. Ferguson
Leon Edwards
Defeated by Decision in Round 5
Sat. Jun 12, 2021
UFC 263: Adesanya vs. Vettori 2
Jorge Masvidal
Defeated by KO/TKO in Round 3
Sat. Nov 02, 2019
UFC 244: Masvidal vs. Diaz
Anthony Pettis
Winner by Decision in Round 3
Sat. Aug 17, 2019
UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic 2

Nate Diaz is an American professional mixed martial artist and boxer who is best known for competing in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He was born on April 16, 1985 in Stockton, California. Nate started his career as a professional fighter at 19 years old after training with Cesar Gracie Jiu-Jitsu and has since become one of the most successful fighters in the UFC.

At first, he found success fighting in smaller promotions such as World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC), Strikeforce, and EliteXC. During this time Nate managed to amass a record of 12 wins – 5 losses before making his debut into the UFC. His initial successes were hindered during his transition to the octagon however eventually Nate strung together three consecutive victories setting up a fight against Donald Cerrone which earned him “Fight of The Night” honors at UFC 141. After defeating Gray Maynard at The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale he went on to gain more notoriety following two separate fights with Conor McGregor; both ending with controversial decisions that split opinion amongst fans and analysts alike.

Nate has always been known for being determined and durable which has helped him prevail even when facing difficult opponents such as Rafael dos Anjos or Michael Johnson due to their superior technical abilities or skill sets despite these challenges Diaz never backed down from any challenge that was presented to him. With exceptional grit supplemented by an incredibly dynamic boxing style featuring punches from odd angles mixed with slick jiu-jitsu transitions it’s no wonder why he continues to be respected amongst MMA fans worldwide regardless of whether they are die hard supporters or casual viewers alike.

His most recent accomplishments include winning Fight Of The Year honours twice over due mainly thanks performances against Conor McGregor but notably also featured wins over Anthony Pettis & Michael Johnson both resulting in impressive submissions all while displaying true heart, courage & determination inside of cage despite all odds stacked against them respectively making it easy see why many consider himself one greatest lightweights ever compete within organisation itself something highly unlikely have achieved without actual skill set possessed which makes him must watch athlete every event competes either headline co main eventer consistently produces exciting action primarily because deeply respects art competition own unique way staying relaxed cool manner throughout duration regardless outcome knows can look back remind yourself tried gave everything possible order come out victorious result desires earnestly always strives toward achieving highest levels standards possible thus far career does not seem disappointment whatsoever imagine will continue stay relevant part sport long possible providing fans world class entertainment once again distance future comes around…