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What next for Nate Diaz after UFC 202?

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  1. cigano Purple Belt

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    I see Conor beating him comfortably, simply too prepared this time but let's not get into that.

    Instead, let's delve into what we see in Nate's future, if he wins or loses?
    When he loses, I think there will no doubt be a final fight with Conor as part of a trilogy around Feb/March.

    If he somehow wins, do you see him getting a title shot at 155? I think he might.

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  2. akc814ilv Blue Belt

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    When Nate wins again I see a title shot in his future.

    The ufc will want to capitalize on his star power asap.
     
  3. ElCasca Brown Belt

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    Probably Alvarez if he wins
     
  4. robjenkins2 Gold Belt

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    Stops Conor then beats Eddie for the LW title.
     
  5. Myrddin Wild Lets enjoy our time together!

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    After beating Nate, Conor Beats Aldo to unify the 145 belt.

    he then movez back up to 155 & winz that belt.

    While Frankie & Halloway fight to see who gets him next at 145... Nate & Conor fight for the 155 belt at UFC 209.

    the winner of Halloway / Edgar gets Conor at international fight week in July
     
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  6. xMaxPower Red Belt

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    Nate will get a title shot most likely.
     
  7. Willek Gold Belt

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    Probably a 3rd fight with McGoober if he loses.

    If he wins, he will probably price himself out of any fight for a while.
     
  8. KTFOvids Orange Belt

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    Tony Ferg hopefully. Winner gets title shot.
     
  9. johncola Red Belt

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    If he wins, he can probably get the title shot vs Alvarez, if he even wants it. If he doesn't, he'll probably go into semi-retirement until a fight presents itself, or if he needs money.

    If he loses, he'll probably wait on the sidelines for the McGregor rematch. Meanwhile, Conor would probably take around 2 fights before it'd be time for that rubber match. So, the rubber match could maybe happen late 2017. So Nate would likely sit out for a year or more.
     
  10. Sjb1888 Silver Belt

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    I expect he'll take a year off and wait for the rubber match.

    Once you've had a red panty night is tough to go back too

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  11. Dionysos Brown Belt

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    I thought Nate was offered a title shot for 200 when Conor was removed? If he wins again it's the only fight that would make sense given the star power he would have.
     
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    After he wins,he'll start with steroids
     
  13. fzoid4454 Brown Belt

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    Other than "more weed," what's in his future really depends on what happens in the fight.
     
  14. NotaNutHugger Blue Belt

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    IMO, wrong about Conor beating Nate comfortably. Win or lose, Conor will not have anything further to do with Nate. If Nate wins, I see him fighting a top 5 LW.
     
  15. Fireflies Orange Belt

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    Win = Retirement
    Lose = A while out then come back for a decider in the trilogy then retirement.
     
  16. bukofezra Purple Belt

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    After Nate beats Conor again...rather easily I might add, he will sit out and enjoy his millions for a while. I don't see him getting a title shot. From what he says, he doesn't give a shit about titles anyways. He will more than likely just look for the biggest fights offering him the biggest paydays.
     
  17. Fireflies Orange Belt

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    Nail on... he's fought countless tough fights for crap money all his career. He doesn't care about belts, he's not going to fight in eliminators vs top 5 guys anymore. Either a top P4P guy or a big draw will interest him if not he'll cruise off into the sunset with his gold.
     
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    He'll probably ascend to the heavens on a cloud of ganja
     
  19. skold Black Belt

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    I love the "if he somehow wins".. if by somehow you mean, being a better boxer and infinitely better grappler
     
  20. 007 License to Kill

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    155 to get beat up a few times and all you guys can stop jumping on his wagon
     

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