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"I'm gonna keep knocking dudes out, and beating 'em up until I get the title." - Kampmann
"I gotta beat Kampmann to get to that UFC title, and nothing else matters." - Hendricks
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(I couldn't find a free to use picture of Hendricks, so use your imagination. Picture a walking beard)
5'9" 170 lbs (Welterweight)
69" reach, Southpaw
Sept 12, 1983
14-1 (UFC: 9-1)
4 straight wins
Two-time NCAA National Champion wrestler
Everyone has heard of ‘The Dolce Diet’ and how it can transform bodies. The man behind it, Mike Dolce proved that today, as his client Johny Hendricks went from 212lbs all the way down to the 170lbs weight limit.
Weigh-ins for UFC 154 are later today and we will get to see Johny Hendricks and Martin Kampmann face-off prior to their co-main event battle tomorrow in Montreal.
6'0" 170 lbs (Welterweight)
72" reach, Orthodox
April 17, 1982
20-5 (UFC: 11-4)
3 straight wins
Brown Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
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The UFC makes it’s long awaited return to La Belle Province this weekend as it also makes its return to the airwaves of Pay Per View. Live from the Bell Center in Montreal, Quebec, Canada the UFC brings UFC 154 live this Saturday night.
So for the three people out there who did not realize that UFC welterweight champion, Georges St-Pierre is returning after over eighteen months out of action from injury and rehab, pay attention and gather the change from the couch and ashtrays, order UFC 154 this Saturday night and watch the French Canadian do what he [...]
The main event of Saturday night's UFC 154 in Montreal will only solve one question in the crowded welterweight division: Who is the true champion: longtime belt-holder Georges St-Pierre, coming off a 19-month layoff due to injuries, or Carlos Condit, who captured the interim belt in St-Pierre's absence?
After that, the division is as full of unanswered questions as any...