Nathan Donald Diaz is a professional MMA fighter from the United States who currently competes for the UFC. He was born on April 16, 1985, in Stockton, California, in the United States. Diaz has participated in World Extreme Cagefighting, Strikeforce, and Pancrase before joining the UFC. He joined the UFC after winning The Ultimate Fighter 5. Diaz holds the third-most UFC bonus awards, with a total of 16.
Nathan Diaz Wife
Misty Brown is Nate Diaz’s current girlfriend. Misty Brown was born on March 24, 1985, to Steven and Karla Brown. She is from Stockton, California, like Nate.
Steven is her brother’s name. Brown enjoys the same activities as Nate, such as jogging, hiking, and cycling. She is frequently spotted in the front row during Nate’s fights, however she is rarely visible on Nate’s socials.
Nathan Diaz Children
Nate Diaz is currently in a relationship with Misty Brown and the duo have a daughter together
Nathan Diaz Net worth
Nate Diaz’s net worth is estimated to be $11 million.
Nathan Diaz Career
Diaz’s early UFC success followed his victory on “The Ultimate Fighter,” when he overcame opponents like as Alvin Robinson and Junior Assunço. Despite his wish for more harder opponents, he ended up facing Kurt Pellegrino at UFC Fight Night 13. Diaz won the fight with a triangle choke submission. He then faced and beat Josh Neer at UFC Fight Night 15.
Diaz was knocked out by Clay Guida at UFC 94 in 2009, his first loss in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He beat Melvin Guillard by guillotine choke submission in the main event of UFC Fight Night 19.
After losing three of his previous four fights, Diaz opted to compete in a higher weight class in 2010.
After losing three of his previous four fights, Diaz opted to compete in a higher weight class in 2010. The fight was supposed to be a catchweight battle between him and Rory Markham, but it was changed to a welterweight debut after the weigh-ins. Diaz was able to win a TKO victory over his opponent in the first round. This prompted him to decide to compete in both weight divisions. He submitted welterweight Marcus Davis at UFC 118 by strangling him out with a guillotine choke.