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Nate Diaz breaking down his own highlights on ESPN is too good: ‘What guillotine?’

For The Win logo For The Win 8/18/2019 Andy Nesbitt
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Nate Diaz returned to the UFC in a big way Saturday night, as he thoroughly dominated a dangerous Anthony Pettis en route to getting a victory via unanimous decision at UFC 241.

It was Diaz's first time in the Octagon in just about three years, though he never showed anything that looked even close to ring rust.

After the fight, Diaz called out Jorge Masvidal in what would be just an incredibly fun fight to see happen.

Then he went on the ESPN+ postgame show where he helped the great Chael Sonnen in breaking down his own highlights from his win over Pettis.

It's really good stuff, especially how quickly and nonchalantly he says, "what guillotine?" when asked about Pettis' attempt to land one in the first round:

Nate Diaz, one of a kind.

And now we're going to get to see more from him in the Octagon, which is awesome.


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