Found March 16, 2013 on Fight Hub TV:
Comparing someone to a more dangerous Dan Henderson is like duct-taping an A-Bomb to another A-Bomb then dropping it on your target. Or I guess in this case it would like be tying two H-Bombs together, whatever works. As the sport we love moves into it’s second decade of existence, we are only now tapping into the potential of MMA’s talent. Take Johny Hendricks, a young, NCAA Division I badass who has the power of the man who knocked out Fedor. What do you do when Johny decides he can’t knock you out, then takes to grinding you into the mat for as long as he wants? We’ve been saying it for a while now, but if GSP gets past Diaz, Hendricks is the scariest challenge to his throne since Matt Hughes. Johny Hendricks is the real deal, but so is Carlos Condit, and both of these guys know that they are as dangerous as our bomb hyperbole suggests in the sentences previous to this one. When these two meet tomorrow night at UFC 158, it will be for the no. 1 contender slot against the winner o...

Johny Hendricks Post Fight Interview

Johny Hendricks beat Carlos Condit at UFC 158 via a unanimous decision.  He utilized his wrestling and powerful left hand to sway the judges in his favor.  The decision was some what controversial since Carlos could have done more damage in the fight, but was taken down multiple times by Hendricks.  The fight was very exciting and the decision worked out out as best as it could...

UFC 158 results recap: Johny Hendricks vs Carlos Condit fight review and analysis

Two of the most dangerous welterweights on the planet collided last night (March 16, 2013) as Johny Hendricks took on former UFC interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit in the co-main event of UFC 158 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Both men had so much riding on the fight, what with a title shot against the main event winner at stake, and each fighter raised their game to a new...

UFC 158: Carlos Condit vs. Johny Hendricks (Video Highlights)

Johny Hendricks (pictured) and Carlos Condit may have served as UFC 158‘s co-main event on Saturday night, but the welterweights put on the most thrilling performances of the evening. When the dust settled on their shootout, Hendricks took home a unanimous decision victory and next dibs at 170-pound king Georges St-Pierre’s crown. Condit’s efforts won’t go without reward...

Diaz loses to GSP, teases retirement

Georges St-Pierre beat Nick Diaz at UFC 158, leaving Diaz talking about retirement. Is he being serious or just talking like a defeated man?

Johny Hendricks Decisions Carlos Condit in a Thriller at UFC 158

A welterweight top contender bout between Johny Hendricks (pictured) and Carlos Condit co-headlined “UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz” on Saturday night.  Please click HERE to catch our live results and play-by-play coverage. Bell Centre in Montreal is hosting tonight’s festivities. The show is headlined by a welterweight title tilt between champion Georges St-Pierre and Nick... Breaks down UFC 158 Co-Main Event Condit vs Hendricks

Our Friends at breakdown Saturday nights co-main event fight between Carlos Condit and Johny Hendricks. There are pros and cons when considering the type of match up that Saturday’s co-main event represents.  Carlos Condit vs. Johnny Hendricks is an outstanding contest in the welterweight division that has huge title implications.  However, this is also a risky fight...

Sparks fly again at UFC 158 press conference

You didn't expect this one to go smoothly did you?

Georges St. Pierre vs. Nick Diaz final thoughts

The grueling media rounds are over for welterweight kingpin Georges St. Pierre and his arch-nemesis Nick Diaz. Now it's time to decide who is the better mixed martial artist, in 5 rounds or less. So what will the result be? Another dominant GSP decision with some Diaz s**t talk, head smacks and middle fingers peppered in? Or will we see the underdog force the UFC's golden...

UFC 158 bonuses

Jake Ellenberger, Johny Hendricks and Carlos Condit each earned $50,000 bonuses for their performances at UFC 158 this past Saturday. UFC president Dana White announced the winners after the event. Ellenberger was awarded the ”Knockout of the Night” award for his first round knockout of UFC and Strikeforce veteran Nate Marquardt. With the knockout victory, Ellenberger [...]

Our Friends At Give Us Their Picks For UFC 158

Our friends over at give us their picks for this Saturdays stacked card. GSP vs Nick Diaz Winner: GSP Diaz if very dangerous but GSP’s ability to take the fight to the ground and control him should earn him the decision. Carlos Condit vs Johny Hendricks Winner: Hendricks This is an extremely difficult fight to call since both are very tough and talented.  Hendricks...

UFC 158: St-Pierre, Hendricks shine

Georges St-Pierre probably didn't give Nick Diaz the worst beating he's ever seen as promised. But it was still a victory -- and an overwhelming one at that -- as St-Pierre defended the welterweight title he's held since 2008 with a unanimous decision (50-45 on all three cards) at UFC 158 early Sunday morning. "He did a great job promoting the fight," St-Pierre...

GSP Post Fight Interview

How much of an instigator is Ariel Helwani? Right off the bat he tells GSP that Diaz says he wants an immediate rematch and that he hits like a girl.  Which is correct, Nick did say that, but out of context it sounds much more insulting than how Nick meant it in my opinion.  GSP did what he needed to do to win this fight against a very dangerous opponent but he did not look as...

UFC 158 Main Card Highlights

The UFC has released the main card highlights for last night’s UFC 158 event in Montreal, Quebec. Georges St-Pierre put on a reasonably standard performance, taking down Nick Diaz and controlling him en route to a unanimous decision victory whilst Johny Hendricks and Jake Ellenberger put on impressive performances cementing themselves as top contenders in the division. Watch...
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