Six potential opponents for Nate Diaz's return to the UFC

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Diaz hasn't fought since losing a majority decision to Conor McGregor at UFC 202 in August 2016.

However, an agreement to see Ultimate Fighter season five victor compete on the eighth pay-per-view card of the year hasn't been agreed. While as a guest on the BBC MMA Show, Roddy claimed that the time is coming soon for those two to face off.

"He's looking for a fight that makes sense and that's going to give him a big payday and a lot of hype". The bus incident took place after a media event ahead of UFC 223 PPV event at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

UFC president Dana White has time and again questioned whether or not Nate Diaz wanted to continue fighting, but according to ESPN.com, talks are underway to try and lure him back to the cage with UFC 227 as the primary target.

"If you do a fight that big, you've got do it in Vegas", White told TMZ Sports. "Khabib will fight in Russian Federation at some point, but it wont be that fight". I might do it in Russian Federation'. "I'll get one of those yokes to put on my shoulders to get the lats". He was serious. Dead serious. However, one of the most colorful personalities the promotion has ever seen could finally be making his return this summer, and that's where we will begin our look at some of the biggest UFC headlines for Tuesday, May 1.

The fight between Conor McGregor and Habib Nurmagomedov will take place in Russian Federation. It would be an exciting fight. It may be just before the two-year mark of his last fight. "Now he always says he does that on objective, but I don't think so. He's gotta go through that (the legal system), first". He's so elusive, he's so good at maintaining the range, he's so good at giving people shots that they think they can land and then setting up everything off that. "I don't know if Khabib can take it either".

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