By Jorge Hernandez
“The Hitman” is looking for an opponent to stand and slug so how about the southpaw Stockton native, who just appeared in this past weekend’s title matchup, Nick Diaz? Both fighters are known for using their striking approach plus both have extremely tough, never-say-die fighting styles and always bring much tenacity into the Octagon.
Diaz is the man with the chip on his shoulder, but it’s Kampmann who sounds a bit irritated with the Nick Diaz episode.
“I don’t listen to much of what that guy says, most of the stuff that comes out of his mouth doesn’t make sense anyway. I don’t take any notice to that.”
After the doors closed at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada after UFC 158, Nick Diaz dropped to number six in the Welterweight rankings while Martin Kampmann is just below him, sitting in the seventh spot.
This is what Kampmann had to say when asked about a possible showdown with Diaz:
“I’d be happy to fight him…he’s still got a ton of hype behind him. He