Diego Sanchez wants Nate Diaz in Mexico City, Diaz's manager says 'lucky' Sanchez 'doesn't warrant a response'

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Following Diego Sanchez's post-fight call out of his fighter, manager Mike Kogan says Sanchez doesn't merit a response.

Following his home town decision win over Ross Pearson at UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs. Khabilov, Diego Sanchez called out Nate Diaz.

"With that victory, I want to put a challenge out to Nate Diaz. Diaz vs. Diego, let's do this in Mexico. Stop being a crybaby, crying about not getting enough money. Be a real fighter and fight because you love to fight, and fight me. See if you can hang with this," Diaz told Jon Anik in his post-fight interview.

MMA Mania reached out to Nate Diaz's manager Mike Kogan and here's what he had to say to Diego, "Diego isn't important enough to warrant a response. He should count his lucky stars two retarded judges were watching Oprah reruns while he was fighting and then handed him a win."

Sanchez beat Nate's brother Nick in a classic way back in 2005 at the Ultimate Fighter 2 Finale but that was a long, long time ago.

Nate Diaz is currently sitting out in a contract dispute with the UFC.

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