Found November 19, 2012 on
Nick Diaz is who he is. War Diaz brings it every fight and doesn’t run around like Carlos Condit did against him. In Carlos’ defense, I don’t think he wanted any part of Nick. Here’s what Nick tweeted about GSP’s performance at UFC 154.
GSP Is All Marked Up
Call Me Dana Black
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
George St-Pierre couldn't have drawn up a better return to the Octagon than what actually transpired at UFC 154 (other than that Carlos Condit head kick he ate). GSP battered Condit for a decision win in front of a roaring home crowd, and also walked away with the bigest pay check.
Before we go any further, we should note that international events generally...
Aside from Carlos Condit's "Headrush" that opened the 3rd frame, the performance Georges put together tonight inside of the Bell Centre was a dominant one.
St. Pierre showed no signs of wear in tear following his 18-month layoff, even though he would admit to ring rust in his post fight victory interview. GSP opened up a mammoth cut on Condit in the opening stanza...
“UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit” will be jumping off Saturday inside Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada. Facebook kicks off tonight’s festivities by streaming three preliminary bouts at approximately 6:30PM ET/3:30PM PT.
Fans simply have to “Like” the UFC’s Facebook page in order to watch the scraps live.
FX will then broadcast the remaining four prelims starting at 8PM ET...
Georges St-Pierre solidified his spot as the planet’s top welterweight on Saturday, but there was a certain suspended 170-pounder in Stockton who wasn’t blown away by GSP’s unanimous decision victory over Carlos Condit at UFC 154. Nick Diaz (Pictured) tore a page out of the St-Pierre smack talk handbook to slight the French-Canadian’s showing. “I am not impressed by your...
“UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit” took place Saturday inside Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Welterweight king Georges St-Pierre ended his 19-month hiatus in style by unifying the 170-pound crown against interim champ Carlos Condit in the show’s featured attraction.
Johny Hendricks likely punched his welterweight top contender ticket by punching Martin Kampmann in the...
Quebec’s Combat Sports Commission has medically suspended all of the athletes who competed in Saturday’s “UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit” event.
Martin Kampmann (Pictured) was issued the longest ban. The welterweight will be forced to ride the pine for 60 days following his vicious knockout loss to Johny Hendricks in the show’s co-featured attraction.
If you missed UFC 154‘s featured attraction between welterweight king Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) and interim champ Carlos Condit, it certainly sucks to be you right about now. However, our partners at FOXSports.com have released the video highlights to get you up to speed.
Although St-Pierre unified the 170-pound crown in unanimous decision fashion, it wasn’t your typical...
After a spectacular night of MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Johny Hendricks, Ivan Menjivar, Georges St-Pierre and Carlos Condit each an additional $70,000 for their special performances Saturday night at “UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit.”
It took Hendricks all of 46 ticks to earn his ‘Knockout of the Night’ check. Martin Kampmann was unconscious on the canvas...