Daniel Cormier Claps Back at Nate Diaz's Insults, Asserts: 'I'm Not a B—ch'

Photo: Instagram/Daniel Cormier

Former UFC two-division champion Daniel Cormier defends himself against Nate Diaz's recent insults in a surprising social media clash.

The exchange stems from Diaz expressing interest in a UFC 306 return, causing Cormier to weigh in on potential matchups for the event. 

However, Diaz took offense to Cormier's preference against him headlining. Addressing the situation on his YouTube channel, Cormier emphasized that he respects Diaz as a fighter but won't tolerate being disrespected.

Photo: Instagram/Daniel Cormier

He questions the trend of men insulting each other and stresses the importance of maintaining respect in discourse.

Cormier, no stranger to post-retirement controversies, believes these incidents might be linked to his inactive status as a competitor. 

He asserts that calling him "not a fighter" is unfounded, citing his extensive career accomplishments, including holding titles in two weight classes.

In a detailed analysis, Cormier highlights the disparity between their careers, emphasizing his championship pedigree and the higher level of competition he faced. 

He concludes by asserting that comparisons between him and Diaz are unwarranted, as they operate on different planes in the MMA stratosphere. (Source: MMA Mania)

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