Nate Diaz has hit out at claims that he could throw his debut boxing fight with Jake Paul and said he would complain about the social media star if he was offered money to lose.
There was a period when Paul decided that he was going to put to bed the idea that he hadn't fought a single boxer in his career and decided to face Tommy Fury.
It's not that the British boxer is of any level that would make a victory impressive but the former Love Islander is at least a professional.
That put him on course to fight Diaz, who left the UFC last year following the win against Tony Ferguson which was the last on his contract.
The pair will meet on August 5th with the two men having agreed to a 10 round fight after the man from Stockton asked for a longer bout.
Previously when the social media star has boxed against former MMA stars there have been accusations that those who face Paul hae been paid to lose.
There's never been any evidence of any fixes but Diaz clearly feels the need to deny that he'd ever take a dive against his fellow American.
"They're like, 'Tell me you're not going to take a fall against Paul.'", the 38-year-old told Raw Talk podcast.
"Everybody says that to me. I'm like are you kidding me? You couldn't pay me all the money in the world to fall on anybody ever, like what the f*** is that?"
On the conversations about if the fight was fixed and if he'd been asked to throw it, Diaz added: "No, if there was, I wish there was, I would tell on him. I ain't no snitch bro but I would tell on that b**** a**."
Despite having a reputation for being one of the hardest men to compete in UFC, the Californian never won a title with the promotion.
He did attempt to win the BMF title in the made up belts inaugural fight with Jorge Masvidal but was stopped after the third round.
Footage of the MMA fighter sparring ahead of the fight with Paul didn't exactly impress fans and he's expected to be the latest fighter to fall to the YouTuber.