Georges St-Pierre won't be in the Octagon by himself on Saturday night.
No, really. This won't be a one-man show. There's going to be another guy in the cage with him, I promise you.
One can't tell from all the pre-UFC 154 buzz -- which has focused on what's being called the most anticipated comeback in UFC history, as well as on GSP's legacy, not to mention on the single most valuable surgically repaired right knee in mixed martial arts -- but Georges St-Pierre will actually have an opponent in the fight in GSP's hometown.
His opponent's name is Carlos Condit; Carlos Condit is a bad, bad dude and one hell of a fighter; Carlos Condit has most assuredly earned his shot to take his interim UFC welterweight belt, which he gained during GSP's 19-month layoff, and turn it into a unified, real belt.
And that's the last time you'll hear the name Carlos Condit in this column.
Because when a man known as one of the greatest mixed martial artists of all time suffers a career-threatening ...