UFC star Nate Diaz appears to be closing in on a potential comeback. Diaz (19-11) posted a series of fight images to social media on Tuesday, including one of an infamous press conference he walked out of prior to his second fight against Conor McGregor in August 2016. "Sick of sitting around waiting for you f---ers to do s---," Diaz wrote. "There's no excitement in this fight s---. Step your games up. I'll see you around May, June. Sincerely The Real Champ." Diaz, 32, did not immediately respond to requests for comment, however sources close to the fighter confirmed to ESPN he's "ready" to fight within that timeframe. The UFC has not announced its schedule that far in advance. Diaz hasn't fought since that second bout against McGregor, which he lost via majority decision. The two fought twice in 2016, and both events were an instant success. The rematch at UFC 202 reportedly set the promotion's record for pay-per-view buys. ...



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