Mr. Shaw summed that up, rather succinctly and that's the first time I've ever seen someone end and interview like that..."I thank you for the interview; I gotta run. Thank you, so much." Nick Diaz would do well, to learn such simple social skills.
Mr. Shaw is a businessman.
Nick Diaz is a fighter.
You would do well to learn the difference.
shaw was kinda saying sh!t about kimbo s will . that's why he packed up and left so quickly .
sum of these inter viewers are way over board .
@ mousasi (but not the actual one, though; sadly)
Wow - you deduced that all by yourself and thought you'd post about it as some kind of a correction; good for you.
Surely you are the intellectual and analytical heft of all LowKick readers and posters.
even tho I agree that Vargas or Lacey are not relevant it would tell us where Nick profesional boxing skills are, the fight would be interesting...
interesting interview. first he says vargas and lacy not relevant, as if diaz is too good for them. then when asked how diaz will do in boxing, he seems to sorta say, "probably not too good because mma boxing is such a different style than regular boxing." i'm paraphrasing and maybe i misunderstood, but my first thought was that he's out for a quick buck rather than a great fight if he wants to promote a big-name fight even though he doesn't think diaz will be prepared.
fck you gary shaw, fcking snake
Do it Nick i dare ya