Conor McGregor is scared for his life – Nate Diaz talks trilogy fight and slams ‘Mac’

The youngest Diaz brother and McGregor took part in two of the most unforgettable fights in recent UFC history in 2016.

Diaz came out of the pair’s first encounter victorious, .

McGregor avenged his sole loss inside the Octagon a few months later in the main event of UFC 202, defeating Diaz via majority decision.

A frustrated Diaz campaigned for an immediate rematch but was forced to watch from the sidelines as McGregor went on to fight for and claim the lightweight title in the main event of UFC 205.

Diaz is eager to settle the score with ‘The Notorious’ but doesn’t believe his bitter rival is keen on a rubber match.

When asked by TMZ if he thought a third fight with McGregor would come to fruition, he said: “(He’s) scared for his life.”

Although Diaz is eager to have a series-deciding fight with Ireland’s first belt holder, it isn’t at the forefront of his mind at this moment in time.

“He’s just living his life right now and he’s got a magnifying glass on him, whatever he’s doing,” he recently told ESPN’s Brett Okamoto. “I don’t give a f**k what he does.

“I’m sure he’s up and down. ‘Do I want to be in these lights? Why am I not in these lights?

“‘I need to get in the lights. I need to get out of the lights.’ It’s a crazy roller coaster.”

Diaz, 19-11, hasn’t set foot inside the cage since losing to McGregor, who is currently in hot water following his antics at the UFC 223 media.

According to UFC president Dana White, .

“We’ve offered Nate Diaz five or six fights over the last several months and he’s turned them all down,” White said during an appearance on UFC Tonight.

“I’ve said many times that I don’t see Nate Diaz fighting.

“Will he fight this year? Maybe he’ll come out and say he wants to fight eventually. But no.

“He’s turned down every fight we’ve offered him.”

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