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UFC 154 is taking place on Saturday at Bell Centre in Quebec, and it’s being headlined by Canada’s favorite fighter: Georges St-Pierre. GSP will be facing Carlos Condit for the UFC welterweight title. It’s a good card and the main event is a big one, so we’ll share with you the top five reasons why you should watch.
1. Will this lead to a GSP-Anderson Silva superfight?
One of the biggest reasons to watch this fight is to see whether or not we end up with the big superfight we’ve been thinking about for years. Georges St-Pierre and Anderson Silva were considered to be the top pound-for-pound fighters in the world, and there was a clamor to see them face each other. UFC boss Dana White said in September that an Anderson Silva-GSP superfight was likely to take place at Cowboys Stadium in Texas. Only one thing stands in the way: Carlos Condit.
2. Can Condit be the spoiler again?
“The Natural Born Killer” seems to be a perfect nickname for Condit, ...
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Just in case FUEL TV’s week-long love fest for Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) or FX’s three-part “Primetime” series didn’t already give it away, the UFC’s reigning welterweight king finally returns to action this Saturday at UFC 154.
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76" reach, Orthodox
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5 straight wins
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UFC 154: St. Pierre vs. Condit
UFC fans are foaming at the bit to see the return of Georges St-Pierre this weekend as he takes on Carlos Condit for UFC 154 (November 17th, 10 PM EST). Why is that? It’s because this match...
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All the major players participating in Saturday’s “UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit” extravaganza will be hitting the podium today inside New City Gas in Montreal.
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A welterweight title unification bout between champion...
Mixed martial arts continues to gain steam in terms of popularity, but there are still those who are generally skeptical of the sport. If you’re interested in some intense action, however, look no further than Saturday’s UFC 154, as it could be the event that wins over borderline fans.
The main event of Saturday’s UFC card at Montreal’s Bell Centre features 170-pound welterweight...
Given that the welterweight title unification bout between champ Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) and interim champion Carlos Condit has hoarded most of the UFC 154 spotlight, and understandably so, there is another critical 170-pound shootout showcased in Saturday’s show.
While the three-part “UFC 154 Primetime” series on FX has focused solely on GSP vs. Condit, FUEL TV’s debut...
On November 17, at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Georges St. Pierre will finally step back into the octagon for the first time since April 2011. Last December while preparing to defend the UFC welterweight championship against Nick Diaz, Georges sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury. ACL's that are torn are usually associated to impact sports such as American...
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 [...]
Contrary to what UFC president Dana White believes, or probably prefers, reigning middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) will not enter the Octagon to challenge a victorious Georges St-Pierre this Saturday. According to Silva, he is merely attending UFC 154 as a respectful spectator.
Oh, and get this, 185-pound contenders, the 37-year-old, who turns a ripe 38 in April, claims...