In a grappling Super-Fight at the World Jiu-Jitsu Expo Saturday night, MMA superstar Nick Diaz was scheduled to meet multi-time Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu champion Braulio Estima. When fight time arrived, Estima stepped onto the mat awaiting the arrival of the Stockton Bad Boy.
Unfortunately, Nick Diaz never showed up.
Since then, there has been a whirlwind of stories and discussion trying to pinpoint exactly what happened, why, and who is to blame. But, as usual, the lamestream MMA media has it all wrong. Only Masato Toys News insiders have uncovered the REAL story behind the fiasco, and you are getting it here first;
Back in March of 2012, Masato Toys revealed the rumour that Diaz had been moonlighting as a ninja to thwart federal crackdowns on California Medical Marijuana Dispensaries. (source) Well, it seemed Diaz has stepped up his game; he is now taking on international proportions, and is believed to have possibly single-handedly stopped World War III.
Justified to be a ‘no-show’ at Saturday’s World Jiu-Jitsu Expo? – we think so.
Apparently, on the day of the fight, US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta was caught riding shotgun in a covert ‘false-flag’ CIA operation smuggling nuclear arms materials into Iran. The plan was to secretly plant the material conveniently 24 hours before U.N. and IAEA officials had scheduled an inspections visit at a suspect site at the Parchin military complex in Tehran. Had this material been discovered by the international inspections team, it may have ignited an international incident and global media blitz, ‘proving’ that Iran is indeed developing nuclear weapons. But instead, the inspections turned out clean, verifying Iran’s repeated claims that the civilian facility has never intended whatsoever to making weapons.
Diaz, in full ninja attire, had intercepted Panetta’s military convoy, and stopped the operation. It is still unknown how Diaz was able to know the details of the operation, or how he managed to sneak across the Iranian border, but sources say he is receiving assistance from his brother Nate, in a ‘Batman and Robin’-type undercover relationship.
So while fans at the Jiu-Jitsu Expo were booing and whining that the Estima Superfight never happened, 6 billion people around the world can share a sigh of relief that US plans to invade Iran and start WWIII have been, at least for now, greatly delayed.