James Krause accepts Diego Sanchez’s callout, shares DMs

James Krause is more than happy to oblige to Diego Sanchez’s callout.

Krause (28-8 MMA, 9-4 UFC), who owns and coaches at Glory MMA, made it clear that he’s not a fan of Sanchez’s coach Joshua Fabia and his teachings. He thinks the School of Self-Awareness founder is manipulating Sanchez, which didn’t sit well with “The Ultimate Fighter 1” winner.

Sanchez (30-13 MMA, 19-13 UFC) slid into Krause’s personal messages on Instagram and called him out for what he seemingly intends to be his retirement fight.

“Hello James, you’re a smart guy while mat’s smart anyway,” Sanchez wrote. “You talk bad on my mentor? When you don’t know him? He’s actually a really amazing human being! I didn’t want to get all heated and say (expletive) you!!! SO I WONT GO THERE it’s cool bro I know you don’t know! I’m gonna retire soon probably May maybe April. Maybe I can show you some of Joshua’s method in the octagon? If it’s not good timing we should train I’ll teach you some new sh*t. Breathe in your blessings.”

Krause shared the messages on his <a href=”

“1st round: @diegonightmaresanchezufc

2nd round: @joshfabiaknowbody

3rd round: Whoever else in this circus act can get it too.

You said April or May, Diego.

Come get this work.”

Though Krause is enjoying perhaps his best career run with seven wins his past eight fights, he’s willing to settle his beef with Sanchez. “The Nightmare” on the other hand, has lost two of his past three, most recently a unanimous decision to Jake Matthews at UFC 253 in September.

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