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Condit is fighting Martin Kampmann on the 28th at UFN 27. He is on a two fight losing streak, though both fights have been great ones against the two top welterweights in the world. He will be looking to both get back in the win column and avenge a split decision loss he had to Kampmann back in 2009. Needless to say this is a big fight for the “Natural Born Killer” and one that he is preparing for very seriously.
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Martin Kampmann at the fan expo
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Former WEC champion Carlos Condit dropped by UFC Tonight to talk about his upcoming rematch with Martin Kampmann at UFC Fight Night on Wednesday, August 28th.
After amassing a five fight win-streak in the WEC and becoming the company's Welterweight Champion, Condit lost his UFC debut in a tightly contested split decision.
After dropping back to back fights against champion...
Carlos Condit (28-7) and Martin Kampmann (20-6) square off in the main event of UFC Fight Night 27 on August 28, 2013 at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana where they meet for the second time. In the video below you can check out their first meeting from April, 2009, where they met at UFC Fight Night 18, […]
UFC 167 is set for November 16th and Johny "Bigg Rigg" Hendricks has the power to run the champ Georges St-Pierre off his 6 year unbeaten streak. After a devastating ACL injury, GSP has successfully defended his belt against Carlos Condit and Nick Diaz. Over his last two fights, Hendricks has also defeated Condit and holds a KO win over Marton Kampmann.
With the bantamweight brawl between Sarah Kaufman and Sara McMann erased from “UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Kampmann 2‘s” main card due to injury, the 135-pound affair with Takeya Mizugaki (picutred) and Erik Perez has been promoted from the prelims in its place.
Additionally, welterweights James Head and Jason High were bumped from a Facebook fight to the Fox Sports 2 broadcast...
On Wednesday, August 28th top welterweight contenders collide in Indianapolis as former UFC interim champion "The Natural Born Killer" Carlos Condit #2 (28-7) and Martin "Hitman" Kampmann #6 (20-6) face-off in the main event. Condit is seeking to avenge his first UFC loss when Kampmann defeated him in his UFC debut via controversial split decision.