Vicente Luque calls out Nate Diaz after UFC on ESPN+ 31: 'No way it wont be a great fight'
11 monthes ago - By MMAjunkie
LAS VEGAS - Vicente Luque has his eyes on one of the UFC's biggest stars.
The Brazilian welterweight is angling at a fight with Nate Diaz following Luque's impressive second-round knockout of Randy Brown on the main card of Saturday's UFC on ESPN+31 in Las Vegas. Luque called out Diaz in his post-fight interview as he wants an exciting fight that could further his career in the UFC. Luque thinks Diaz is the man to do just that.
“Nate Diaz is a super respected guy, everybody know what he's capable of and what he's accomplished,” Luque told reporters, including MMA Junkie, at the UFC on...
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