Nick Diaz and the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) were able to come up with a settlement and now the UFC welterweight fighter can spring back to action as early as August.
Nick Diaz could be back as early as 2016 in the UFC if the reported talks between his legal counsel (Campbell & Williams) and the Nevada Athletic Commission come up with an amicable settlement in connection with his five-year suspension meted last month.
Nick Diaz’ career could be technically over if the five-year ban imposed on him by the Nevada State Athletic Commission stands.
Anderson Silva is set to appear in front of the Nevada State Athletic Commission to attend a hearing concerning his failed drug test at UFC 183.
Anderson Silva's future in the UFC hangs in the balance after he failed a couple of drug tests, but there might be something in store for the former middleweight champion in the 2016 Olympics.
Anderson "The Spider" Silva is almost 100 percent healthy and is set to make a return to the Octagon. Silva will be facing Nick Diaz on January 31, 2015.
At the right price, Nick Diaz said that he is willing to allow "The Spider" to redeem himself by facing him in 2015.
Nick Diaz may have chosen one of the worst possible places to announce that he had never paid taxes in his life-with the cameras rolling as he talked following his loss to Georges St-Pierre at UFC 158.