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Nick Diaz - Wikipedia Nicholas Robert "Nick" Diaz (born August 2, 1983) is an American professional mixed martial artist who is currently signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

Nick Diaz - Wikipedia This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification UFC 143 Diaz Vs Condit Please help by adding reliable sources Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately especially if potentially libelous or harmful March 2015 Nicholas Robert Nick Diaz born August 2 1983 is an American professional mixed martial artist who is currently signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship UFC Since beginning his career in 2001 Diaz has competed in UFC PRIDE Strikeforce EliteXC World Extreme Cagefighting WEC DREAM and Shooto He is a former welterweight champion in Strikeforce and WEC and is the older brother of Nate Diaz Diaz appears in the featurelength documentary Fight Life 2013 which chronicles the lives of mixed martial artists outside the cage the film is directed by independent filmmaker James Z Feng and won the Best Documentary Award at the United Film Festival 45 Contents 1 Background 2 Mixed martial arts career 2 1 Early career 2 2 Rise 2 3 Return to UFC 2 4 PRIDE FC 2 5 EliteXC 2 6 Strikeforce and DREAM 2 7 Second return to UFC 3 WAR MMA 3 1 War MMA 1 – Roberts vs Baesman Results 4 Controversies 4 1 Strikeforce Nashville brawl 4 2 Braulio Estima incidents 5 Fighting style 6 Payperview bouts 7 Championships and accomplishments 7 1 Mixed martial arts 7 2 Submission grappling 8 Mixed martial arts record 9 Professional boxing record 10 See also 11 References 12 External links Backgroundedit Diaz who is of Mexican and English descent was born and raised in Stockton California Diaz attended Tokay High School in Lodi California for a year before dropping out While a freshman he was a member of the swim team Diaz began training in karate and aikido from a young age and also participated in wrestling tournaments during his teenage years He started training in Sambo at the age of 16 under Bulgarian National Sambo Champion Valeri Ignatov 6 He was promoted to black belt in Brazilian jiujitsu by Cesar Gracie on May 8 2007 Diaz currently teaches Brazilian jiujitsu with his brother Nathan in Lodi California Both Diaz brothers are advocates for cannabis 78910 Diaz appears in the featurelength documentary Fight Life 2013 which chronicles the lives of mixed martial artists outside the cage the film is directed by independent filmmaker James Z Feng and won the Best Documentary Award at the United Film Festival 45 Mixed martial arts careeredit Early careeredit Diaz became a professional mixed martial arts fighter in 2001 just after his 18th birthday and won his first fight submitting Mike Wick with a triangle choke at IFC Warriors Challenge 15 Diaz would become a champion in just his second professional fight defeating Chris Lytle for the IFC Welterweight Championship in July 2002 at IFC Warriors Challenge 17 Diaz was then invited to participate in Ultimate Athletes King of the Mountain a singlenight tournament that took place two months later He won his first two fights but eventually lost in the finals to Jeremy Jackson by TKO Diaz would fight in Warriors Quest and Shooto against Harris Hitman Sarmiento and Kuniyoshi Hironaka respectively before defending his IFC Welterweight Championship and winning the WEC Welterweight Championship in 2003 at WEC 6 submitting Joe Hurley with a kimura Diaz returned to defend his IFC Welterweight Championship against the man who defeated him one year earlier Jeremy Jackson at IFC Warriors Challenge 18 This bout was for Diaz IFC United States Welterweight Championship Jacksons IFC Americas Welterweight Championship and the vacant ISKAMMA Americas Welterweight Championship Diaz won the rematch via TKO in the first round Taking notice of his success the UFC signed Diaz over the summer and he made his debut at UFC 44 completing the trilogy against Jackson and submitting him with an armbar in the last round of a backandforth fight that Diaz appeared to be winning on the scorecards Riseedit Diaz returned to the Octagon at UFC 47 set to take on highly touted future EliteXC Middleweight Champion Robbie Lawler Lawler was a heavy favorite coming into the fight but it was Diaz who took the offensive chasing Lawler around the cage for the majority of the bout In the second round Diaz taunted Lawler who swung wildly and missed allowing Diaz to connect with a right hook that knocked Lawler out Diaz was then matched up with judoka Karo Parisyan at UFC 49 but ended up losing a hardfought split decision He rebounded with wins over submission specialist Drew Fickett at UFC 51 and Koji Oishi at UFC 53 before losing for the second time in the UFC at the hands of The Ultimate Fighter Middleweight winner Diego Sanchez at The Ultimate Fighter 2 Finale Diaz was confident coming into the bout but was unable to achieve success in the match ultimately losing to Sanchez by unanimous decision During the televised postfight interview in the octogan Diaz continued the controversy by declaring that he respected Sanchez fighting ability but did not think he deserved to be there despite Sanchezs win Diazs next fight was against Joe Riggs at UFC 57 Similar to his treatment of Sanchez Diaz made sure that he taunted his opponent plenty before their fight starting at the official press conference at the event in which Diaz confronted Riggs and the two exchanged words They continued their conversation at the official weighins in which both fighters had to be separated by UFC president Dana White and other officials present citation needed Riggs prevailed in a hardfought battle winning by unanimous decision and giving Diaz his second straight loss After the fight the two were taken to the hospital for observation and postfight tests where they had yet another scuffle Diaz lost his third consecutive match in a unanimous decis