Found November 17, 2012 on
Georges St. Pierre vs. Carlos Condit
Dan Rose: This pick should be short and sweet, but I like to talk, so it won’t be. Carlos Condit is a tremendous fighter with a killer instinct and devastating strikes. He can beat anyone in the world at 170 on any given night, except for GSP, and especially GSP in Montreal. I love Condit, and have been a huge fan since he was the WEC champion, but I think he's just in over his head here.
I happen think St Pierre is as mentally tough as anyone who’s ever fought in the sport. I think he is driven by an unreasonable fear to not be embarrassed ever again like he was against Serra. I think that fear is turned into a work ethic that is not matched by anyone else in MMA, and in turn, results that are predictable and spectacular. GSP will out-point Condit standing, by using a piston driven jab and head movement. He will take Condit down at will, as he’s done everyone else in the sport. He likely won’t finish the game Condit, but this will...
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The fighter walked out on stage, absorbed the applause, bowed slightly and then sat down, looking every bit like the politician's son that he is: Sharp black suit, black shirt with the top button undone, black leather shoes and a bearded gaze that could slay many a lady.
For Carlos Condit, the interim UFC welterweight titleholder who on Saturday night at UFC 154 will try to...
A thrilling welterweight title unification bout between champion Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) and interim champ Carlos Condit headlined Saturday’s UFC 154 pay-per-view broadcast.
Please click HERE to catch our live results and play-by-play coverage.
Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada hosted tonight’s festivities.
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Carlos Condit +250
The question going into UFC 154 was whether a 19-month layoff would hamper Georges St-Pierre. The UFC welterweight champion answered that with a thrilling victory over Carlos Condit. Now the question is whether GSP will continue to defend the championship or accept the challenge of Anderson Silva.
Go inside the personal lives and training camps of welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and interim champion Carlos Condit in the weeks leading up to their title fight at UFC 154.
St-Pierre, Condit and the coaches of each fighters discuss the preparations of both fights as they near arguable the biggest fight of their lives.
Watch episode three of UFC Primetime: St-Pierre vs....
“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...
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...
UFC 154 went down this past Saturday from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
We saw Georges St-Pierre return to action after a 19-month layoff and absolutely dominate Carlos Condit in the nights main event.
In the co-main event Johny Hendricks threw an amazing left straight to knockout Martin Kampmann in just 46-seconds.
Check out five interesting numbers from UFC 154 below...
UFC 154 aired live last night from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and was headlined by a clash between UFC welterweight champion George St. Pierre and interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit in a unification bout of welterweight titles.
Check out the highlights of the UFC 154 post-fight press conference in the video below. UFC President Dana White, welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, Carlos Condit and Johny Hendricks reflect on the event and discuss what is next.
UFC 154 post-fight press conference highlight video is a post from: MMA Interplay UFC News
Preliminary Card (Facebook - 6:35 PM ET)
• Lightweight Bout: Steven Siler (21-9) vs. Darren Elkins (14-2)
• Bantamweight Bout: Ivan Menjivar (24-9) vs. Azamat Gashimov (7-1)
• Welterweight Bout: Matthew Riddle (6-3) vs. John Maguire (18-4)
Preliminary Card (FX - 8 PM ET)
• Featherweight Bout: Antonio Carvalho (14-5) vs. Rodrigo Damm (10-5)
• Lightweight Bout: Sam...
Coming at you live like Johnny number 5, Fight Hub TV will be blogging the results of tonight’s UFC from Montreal, Quebec, Canada which is showcasing the retrun of the greatest welterweight and one of the best to participate in the sport: Georges St Pierre. Do you think that the time away has affected the [...]
Now it's not a matter of if, it's just a matter of when and where. Toronto, Dallas, or Brazil? The when will likely be May of 2013 if UFC President Dana White has his way. White met with Jay Glazer, Kenny Florian, and UFC Bantamweight Champion Dominick Cruz on Fuel TV's post fight show where he didn't stutter when asked about the potential super fight between the...
Congratulations to Georgina Moss who won our UFC 154 Pick 'Em Contest. Next Pick 'Em Contest will be for Bellator LXXXII on Nov 30th. Thanks for playing!
Georges St-Pierre - 74%
Martin Kampmann - 53%
Francis Carmont - 56%
Mark Hominick - 79%
Consensus Overall Record in 2012: 103-59...