I’m trying to fight Sakurai, I’m trying to fight K.J. Noons, I’m trying to fight Anderson Silva, I’m trying to fight everybody. I’m trying to fight Georges motherf****** St-Pierre. I’m trying to fight…I didn’t mean to call Georges a motherf*****, but I ain’t got no problem getting there and fighting the best people in the world. Georges is a nice guy. I’m trying to fight Jon Fitch, I’m trying to fight Silva, I’m trying to fight K.J. Noons, I’m trying to fight everybody. I’m trying to fight Takanori Gomi, Sakurai, I’m trying to f*** everybody up. F*** this s***. This is f****** gangster f****** warfare. I don’t give a f***. You know what I mean?”
This is MMA gangsterism at its best—the former Strikeforce welterweight champion could definitely give Tony Montana (Al Pacino’s character in the movie Scarface) a run for his money in the profanity stakes.
Diaz is 1-1 against Noons, submitted Gomi via gogoplata (reversed to a no contest due Diaz testing positive for marijuana) and defeated Hayato Sakurai by way of armbar submission.
Sadly for Jon Fitch, he doesn't make the cut—his 12 second blitzkrieg at the hands of Johny Hendricks put paid to that.
That leaves three down and two to go, well, mathematically that is—if he can get past Carlos Condit at UFC 143, St-Pierre awaits. If he takes care of that business, a fight with “The Spider” is not out of the question.
The ball's in your court, Diaz.