LAS VEGAS – There is one thing we can say for certain about Nick Diaz after UFC 266 : He is simply not the same fighter he was six-and-a-half years ago. How could he be? In the fight game, that’s an absolute eternity for a layoff, and when the stretch ends with you returning to the cage at 38, the odds of giving a prime performance aren’t exactly in your favor. There were signs of what to expect throughout the week leading up to Diaz’s heavily anticipated rematch with Robbie Lawler at T-Mobile Arena

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LAS VEGAS – There is one thing we can say for certain about Nick Diaz after UFC 266 : He is simply not the same fighter he was six-and-a-half years ago. How could he be? In the fight game, that’s an absolute eternity for a layoff, and when the stretch ends with you returning to the cage at 38, the odds of giving a prime performance aren’t exactly in your favor.

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