Nate Diaz shared his reaction on Darren Till's UFC 282 performance

Nate Diaz is currently a free agent and has been removed from the UFC roster. However, the Stockton native still follows and watches all the fights and shares his opinions with his fans on social media.

Following Darren Till’s loss to Dricus du Plessis at UFC 282 on Saturday night, Diaz shared his reaction to the fight:

“Damn till sucks”

Nate Diaz shared a video of ‘The Gorilla’ on his back with du Plessis punishing him with some ground and pound on his Instagram story. He posted the story with the song ‘B***h N****z’ by Dr. Dre.

Darren Till had short-lived moments of success in the octagon in what was otherwise a very dominant victory for Dricus du Plessis. The South African almost knocked out the Brit in the first round before finally getting the job done in the third. Du Plessis was in full mount and executed a rear-naked choke after delivering some ground and pound.

Till eventually tapped out and suffered his third straight loss in a row. The Brit is currently 1-5 in his last six fights and has revealed that he wants to step away from the sport for a while.

Take a look at the story:

Nate Diaz reacts to Paddy Pimblett’s controversial win over Jared Gordon at UFC 282

On Saturday night, Paddy Pimblett secured his fourth UFC win as he beat Jared Gordon via unanimous decision. All three judges scored in favor of the Liverpudlian, and fans did not react to the decision very well.

Fight fans and active UFC fighters reacted to the decision, calling it a ‘robbery’. Nate Diaz was one such fighter, who shared his reaction on Twitter:

“Bruh? You lost that fight”

Gordon dominated most of the fight and had a lot of ground control time as he kept engaging ‘The Baddy’ in the clinch and executed successful takedowns. Diaz agreed with the fans and believes Pimblett lost the fight. Gilbert Burns is another UFC fighter who was not happy with the decision.

Take a look at Burns’ tweet:

Take a look at Diaz’s tweet:

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