Drake, a rapper from Canada, has commented on the recent confrontation that took place between Nate Diaz and a reporter working for Jake Paul during the Paul vs. Diaz press conference. Drake was speaking about the incident.Drake published a post to his Instagram account that included a video clip from the press conference. In the post, he called out the reporter for his inappropriate behaviour.”Man, I don’t see why you would want to play with a real G. This next generation will not amount to much.It all started when a gentleman at the press conference announced himself as a reporter from Betr Media and then proceeded to ask the former UFC fighter in an impolite manner about the prospect of a battle between himself and Nate’s older brother Nick Diaz:
“Nate, I am a boxer myself, and I’ve been trying to get on this undercard for a while now. I was simply curious as to whether or not you believe I could defeat your brother Nick in a fight. If he’s anything like you, I think I’d give his fcking as a good spanking.The manner in which the reporter approached the matter was not to the liking of the Stockton native. Diaz cautioned him about his comments, and he referred to his acts as “stupid”:
“Brother, what are you going to do, just wander aimlessly through the neighbourhood or some sht? You do realise that all of my homeboys can see you right now, don’t you? That was an idiotic move… You’re right, that was a foolish move… Hey, idiot as motherf*er from Betr Media, your name is Derek. What the actual hell is going on? You have earned the right to get your a kicked.”
Nate Diaz speaks about the decision to fight Jake Paul in boxing
Nate Diaz was released from his contract with the UFC after earning a victory through submission against Tony Ferguson at UFC 279. He is now a free agent. Now, he is getting ready to make his professional boxing debut against the internet phenom Jake Paul. On August 5, the fight will take place at the American Airlines Centre in Dallas, Texas, and will consist of eight rounds, each of which will last for three minutes.During the event’s press conference, Nate Diaz discussed how the decision to fight Paul came about as follows:
“For a very long time, I’ve been wanting to get out of the UFC because I recognised what I was worth, what other fighters are worth, and what I ought to be doing. It was a rather winding path… I was thankful that I had a suitable opponent to launch an assault on as soon as I went out since he [Jake Paul] was doing the biggest and the best things out.