Nate Diaz explores the art of ducking a post-fight interview

After Nate Diaz's first round knockout of Gray Maynard during the main event of Saturday's Ultimate Fighter finale on Fox, Jon Anik went into the cage in an attempt to interview Diaz. His attempt didn't go very well, as Diaz simply didn't answer any of his questions and rambled on about whatever he wanted, including his brother Nick and training partner Gilbert Melendez. Could you imagine if every player or coach did that in their post-game interviews? Ask about the game, and you get an answer about something not related at all? That would make these interviews just a little more interesting.

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Joe is the managing editor of The Outside Corner and a contributing author at Awful Announcing. He lives in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and is stuck somewhere between tolerating and hating Pittsburgh and Philadelphia sports.

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