Nate Diaz smokes during drug tester visit and says ‘f*****g suck a d***’

UFC icon Nate Diaz has told a drug testing official to 'get out of my house' because he had run out of urine two weeks before his UFC 279 showdown against Khamzat Chimaev.

The 37-year-old MMA veteran is known for pushing the boundaries both inside and outside of the octagon – and also his love of marijuana.

While the UFC no longer ban fighters for the smoking of weed – there's no doubt that doing so during a visit of a USADA official is out of the ordinary.

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"This man won’t get out of my house because I didn’t give him enough p***," Diaz said on the live stream while 'DK' was waiting to get another sample.

"I pissed all I can, my n****. How many litres do I do? I’ve got two more litres of piss I’ve got to give him and he won’t get out of here until [then].

"DK is my guy but USADA can f****** suck a d*** Come back in six hours, I’ll give you two more. Sorry DK."

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Before he left the shot, Diaz even offered the official a hit of his joint, but it was politely declined.

The Stockton brawler had been at war with the UFC earlier in the year as he asked for the last fight of his contract to be booked.

Diaz got what he wished for in the form of a brutal bout against the undefeated Chimaev (11-0) in the main event of UFC 279 in Las Vegas on September 10.

Diaz has lost his last two bouts against Leon Edwards, who has gone on to become UFC Welterweight champion and Jorge Masvidal to take his record to 20-13.

Arguing against comments that accused the bout of being a mismatch against Conor McGregor's first UFC conquerer, president Dana White said: “I care about Nate a lot.

"I like Nate, and Nate came in here, long before that fight was ever made, and we were talking about it being his last fight…

"You think about the wars that Nate Diaz has put on and the incredible fights and the big fights that he’s done with us, go do whatever you want to do, man."

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