Found May 16, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Nate Diaz's future in the UFC was put in question Thursday when the lightweight was suspended after using a homophobic slur on Twitter. Diaz dropped the offensive remark in a Twitter message in which he took up for fellow fighter Pat Healy, who earlier this week was stripped of his win and $130,000 in bonus money for testing positive for marijuana at UFC 159 last month in Newark, N.J. That fight against Jim Miller will go down as a no contest. I feel bad for pat Healy that they took a innocent mans money and I think the guy who took the money is the biggest F** in the world .. -- Nathan Diaz (@NateDiaz209) May 16, 2013 #sorryasslittleb**** -- Nathan Diaz (@NateDiaz209) May 16, 2013 "We are very disappointed by Nate Diaz's comments, which are in no way reflective of our organization," the UFC said in a statement to FOXSports.com. "Nate is currently suspended pending internal investigation and we will provide further comment once the matter has been dec...
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