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Nate Diaz says new approach will land needed result at UFC Fight Night 19 main event

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OKLAHOMA CITY – UFC lightweight Nate Diaz (10-4 MMA, 5-2 UFC) knows the thrill of victory, and he also knows the agony of defeat.

After opening his UFC career with five-straight wins – including four by submission – Diaz currently finds himself in a two-fight losing streak.

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Post #1   9/14/09 8:29:06PM   

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Nate and Nick both have the same problem and that's they don't deal with strong wrestlers with good BJJ well at all. Game planning isn't the problem its being able to avoid the take down that is.

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Post #2   9/15/09 5:25:40AM   

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that said, with a five rounder....he would have won both those fights and in any event both fights were quite close and both big daddy and guida were really beat up after the fight.

Post #3   9/15/09 11:53:46AM   

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Not to mention that Melvin Guillard is not a strong wrestler with good BJJ. He's a decent wrestler with good stand up.

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Post #4   9/16/09 12:53:09AM