If there is anyone on this planet, ya know, that can leave you scratching your head after dropping some knowledge on you, ya know, it is former Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz.
Perhaps "knowledge" isn't the term I'm looking for here. Maybe "incoherent ramblings" is better suited for this situation.
Whatever the case, you know that if Diaz gets a camera or a microphone in front of his face, your mind will likely be blown by what he says or trying to figure out what he's saying.
This list could be consumed with hours of Diaz's brilliance. But let's face it—you don't want to lose that many brain cells, do you?
So here is a small offering of the best Nick Diaz has to offer.
Warning: Nick Diaz likes foul language.
On top of telling a reporter that he wanted to slap him, Nick uttered this piece of sheer brilliance:
"I get paid way too much money, but it's not enough."
Following his ProElite debut, Jason "Mayhem" Miller caught up with Nick to do a post-fight interview.
What ensued was far from an interview. It was more of a three-minute rant about who-knows-what.
If the interview doesn't make you laugh, watch it again and just look at Mayhem. That should do the trick.
"You're gonna do me."
"My brother's fighting for his life."
"...tries to kill you up like that."
"It's like...like...or what. That's stupid."
On this conference call leading into his bout against Frank Shamrock, a reporter on the call asked Nick something about his use of marijuana.
Diaz then went on a rant and says "Everyone is on drugs."
In the statement's purest form, it is probably correct. But I think Nick is missing the point here.
After one of the most epic battles in MMA history, Sherdog.com caught up with Nick after his fight against Takanori Gomi at Pride 33.
In this interview, Nick gives some very insightful thoughts on what happened during the fight.
And by insightful, I mean a bunch of F-bombs.