(This guy, a bully? Fahgettaboudit.)Ã‚Â If you thinkÃ‚Â Nick DiazÃ‚Â doesÃ‚Â what he doesÃ‚Â only for attention and not just because its part of his innate Stockton charm, then consider a new interview onÃ‚Â The Jim Rome Showfrom UFC PresidentÃ‚Â Dana WhiteÃ‚Â where he detailed what Diaz did out from under the bright lights and cameras. RememberÃ‚Â UFC 137, where Diaz called outÃ‚Â Georges St. Pierreafter pissing away his title shot against the champion and being forced toÃ‚Â beat up his hero BJ Penn? Turns out that Diaz’s best harassment of St. Pierre came outside of the Octagon. Nobody has talked about this, I haven’t said anything about it, but at one of the fights, the one where he really starts calling Georges out, he was chasing Georges around the hotel and like yelling at him, White told Jim Rome. Georges thought he was going to try to fight him in the hotel. He was just waiting for the elevator doors to open and see Nick Diaz…he was really messing with Georges bad at the fight, like trying to fight him at the hotel. That really pissed Georges off. For all the wonderful, riotous moments he’s given us in the ring, Diaz’s most violent moments often seem to come outside of it and soon become the things of legend thereafter. What long-time fan of the sport can ever forget the accounts of DiazÃ‚Â starting a brawl with Joe Riggs in the hospital they were taken to after fighting one another at UFC 57?