If Nate Diaz wants to compete again inside the Octagon, an old foe is ready for him.
While Conor McGregor  has his sights set on becoming UFC champion again, he is also down for a third match with Diaz.
McGregor made his triumphant return to the Octagon this past weekend at UFC 246 , scoring a first round finish over Donald Cerrone. Despite the strong performance, Diaz was less than impressed.
Weak as fuck
— Nathan Diaz (@NateDiaz209) January 19, 2020 
“Notorious” noted that a third match is “always here,” adding “We’re right here Nathan.”
— MMA India (@MMAIndiaShow) January 19, 2020 
The two traded wins back in 2016 in pay-per-view main events, with Diaz becoming the first to defeat McGregor in the UFC when he forced him to submit. McGregor won the rematch via majority decision.