Nate Diaz vs Jorge Masvidal moved to July 6

By Tim Smith - 05/14/2024 - No comments

Fanmio must be milking the American holiday spirit for all it’s worth, announcing with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer that Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal will be squaring up again. But this time, it’s a boxing fight set for July 6th. Because apparently, the usual fireworks aren’t enough—they figure some good old-fashioned fisticuffs might light up your weekend. How charming.

“LAST MAN STANDING: DIAZ VS. MASVIDAL” they call it, promising a show of punches and bravado. Two UFC tough guys in a boxing ring—what a novel idea. Diaz, ever the poet, chimes in with his usual Shakespearean flair, “I’m back for more. So that’s what’s popping.” Well, Nate, glad you’re keeping busy, mate.

Masvidal? He’s full of chirps and chest-thumps, ready to turn Diaz’s face into a fireworks display. “My shots will be just like them, blasting off in Nate’s face,” he declares. Watch out, folks, we’ve got a regular Wordsworth here.

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Let’s not forget the ringmaster of this circus, Fanmio CEO Solomon Engel. With the wave of his magical corporate wand, he’s set this scrap for a historic and patriotic weekend. Nothing screams America like a good old dust-up at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

For those ready to throw their money at this spectacle, tickets start at $55, with the lavish option to lounge ringside for a mere $1,750. VIP packages include the luxury of stepping into the ring post-fight—because who wouldn’t want to tread the canvas graced by these pugilistic poets?

Mark your calendars—or don’t. The 10-round light heavyweight tilt is also available for your viewing displeasure on pay-per-view for $79.99, just in case you wanted to count the punches from the comfort of your own home.

Diaz and Masvidal, legends in their own right, apparently. Their first scrap ended with Masvidal snatching the UFC BMF belt after a doctor stopped the fight due to a cut above Diaz’s eyebrow. Unsatisfactory, they cried! So here’s to another round of “who’s the baddest?” on the grand stage of American holidays.

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And if you had tickets for the first scheduled date, worry not. Your refunds are coming—another delightful part of this ever-evolving saga of punches, promotions, and patriotism. Cheers to that, and may the best man stand last!



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