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UFC star Nate Diaz announces his own fight promotion; Real Fight Inc



Nate Diaz has revealed a new fight promotion related to mixed martial arts and boxing before his final UFC fight against Khamzat Chimaev. With his new combat promotion, Real Fight, Inc Diaz guarantees only the realest fights from the realest warriors.


Nate Diaz isn’t the only superstar who runs their own promotions.The McGregor Sports & Entertainment brand belongs to Conor McGregor.Khabib Nurmagomedov is the owner of Eagle FC. Jake Paul runs Most Valuable Promotions. Nate Diaz now owns Real Fight, Inc.


It's not anticipated that Diaz's affiliation with Real Fight Inc. will prevent the 37-year-old from competing actively. The extent of his involvement in the promotion's daily operations is unknown.


In a press release sent to media outlets, Diaz made the announcement about his new fight promotion business.


“Nate will be applying for his promoters license in the coming weeks to form Real Fight, Inc., a new promotion that will focus on promoting combat sports shows, specifically boxing, MMA and BJJ.

The new venture has no bearing on his status as a fighter, where he will continue to be very active. Real Fight, Inc. is his expansion into the business side of the sport where he has been a fixture for close to 20 years.

The promotion will look attract fighters from around the world, whether it be up and coming prospects or household names who fit the brand of “Real Ninjas. Real Fighters. Real Shit.”

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There is no known schedule for the first Real Fight Inc. event. The business is currently looking for talent, and "wants up-and-coming talents or big personalities who suit the brand of 'Real Ninjas. Real fighters. Real Sh*t.'


It only took the organization a year to finally book Diaz against human wrecking ball Khamzat Chimaev, despite the fact that Diaz had been pressing hard for his final fight under his UFC contract to take place. It's hardly surprising that Nate is already attempting to move quickly and establish himself outside of the UFC given the amount of time that has been wasted.

The Stockton fighter has a 2-3 record over the previous five years as of UFC 279. However, despite his defeats by Conor McGregor, Jorge Masvidal, and Leon Edwards, he continues to hold his position as one of the best fighters in the industry.


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