Conor McGregor is happy to take credit for Nate Diaz ’s rise in popularity and ability to command bigger paydays after “The Notorious” lost their UFC 196 fight in March in what many considered a surprising upset. Diaz (19-10 MMA, 14-8 UFC), however, certainly doesn’t see it that way.

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Nate Diaz says he was UFC’s ‘biggest draw,’ ‘biggest everything’ before Conor McGregor arrived – MMA Junkie

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