UFC Gets Trademark for 'Baddest Mother F'er' for Nate Diaz vs Jorge Masvidal Mega Fight

LAS VEGAS, NV - AUGUST 20: Nate Diaz eyes Conor McGregor from across the Octagon before their welterweight rematch at the UFC 202 event at T-Mobile Arena on August 20, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. McGregor won by majority decision.  (Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty Images)
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When Nate Diaz said he wanted to defend his "Baddest Mother F'er in the Game belt" against Jorge Masvidal, he'll have the chance to hold a tangible championship belt with that title on it.

The UFC reportedly filed for trademarks on the phrase "Baddest Motherf -- cker" with the intention to utilize it on merchandise, the name of an event, a championship belt and a line of toys, according to Andrew Richardson of MMA Mania.

While the belt probably won't become a canonized, legitimate MMA world championship, it's a creative way to sell an already-anticipated showdown.

Neither Diaz nor Masvidal are scared of anyone, and when they stand toe to toe across the Octagon, it's sure to be a slugfest for the ages.

Diaz beat Anthony Pettis in his first fight since losing to Conor McGregor via unanimous decision in their 2016 rematch, and Masvidal obliterated Ben Askren in five seconds back in July.

Safe to say that both fighters have a ton of momentum in their favor, and won't hold anything back come November.