August 4th, 2016 by index
The former UFC champion Carlos Condit made an alleged announcement recently that he is undergoing training for his next fight with Nick Diaz.
The UFC Welterweight champion had achieved the title of 170 pounds when he defeated Nick Diaz during UFC 143. The natural fighter had his championship fights with Robbie Lawler and Georges St-Pierre. Condit is doing all the required preparations for a rematch with Nick and it will take place sometime after August as Diaz is still under suspension period. Once Diaz is released from it, there is going to a tough competition between these two fighters which would be fun to watch.
Carlos, who is the mixed martial artist from America, is now the part of the welterweight division of the UFC. He was the former interim UFC champion as well as WEC champion. As far as the rankings of UFC welterweight is concerned, Condit was in the 4th position. The fighter has never been terminated or knocked out due to strikes.
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June 6th, 2016 by index
Fighters in the ring often do much more than simply providing entertainment and recreation to their fans and onlookers.
Some become public figures for the way they develop their bodies and spirit for fights and martial arts. Indeed, the kind of rigorous routines, grueling fights and workouts, stamina and mental strength that one needs to showcase can help motivate many others to get over their weaknesses and be better individuals.
Carlos Condit is one such figure who does more than simply fight in the ring. Being a mixed martial artist from America, he has competed in the welterweight category. He also holds the title of WEC Welterweight Champion. As in 2015 he obtained the fourth rank among UFC welterweights worldwide. Condit has been able to achieve thirty wins in his fighting career so far. Out of those wins, Carlos has mostly made victory either by knocking out his opponent or making them submit. He himself has never lost due to being knocked out or being struck down. He has lost only due to being injured. Read the rest of this entry »
May 10th, 2015 by index
Ultimate Fighting Championship or UFC Welterweight Carlos Condit is feeling good about himself once again. Having suffered a horrific knee injury in his bout against Tyron Woodley at UFC 171 more than a year ago, the American has now said that he feels back to one hundred per cent and is primed to take on Brazilian fighter Thiago Alves in what promises to be a slugfest.
Condit recently travelled to Brazil to promote the card set for May 30 which both of them are headlining and he said that he feels really good. He mentioned that it was unfortunate that he blew his knee but now he is feeling back to his best – both mentally and physically.
According to Carlos Condit, he is back and it is all a part of the game adding that he is just trying to get the strength back to his leg with the ACL. He mentioned that he also working on his overall development as a Mixed Martial Artist. He firmly believes that this injury has been a blessing in disguise for him and that he will come back stronger.
A former interim UFC Welterweight champion, Condit knows the importance of the match against Alves. He said that a win against the Brazilian will take him a long way along the path to getting a shot at the title but he doesn’t want to look beyond Pitbull just now. Read the rest of this entry »
May 6th, 2015 by admin
Ultimate Fighting President or UFC boss Dana White stunned the Mixed Martial Arts fan following in recent months when he announced that he doesn’t think former UFC Welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre will be returning to the Octagon. The man himself, however, does not share those opinions entirely.
Speaking to a news outlet from his native Quebec, where he has been spending his sabbatical, Rush said that White says he thinks he is sure that he will not be making a comeback, but that is entirely his opinion. GSP added that he trains and he keeps his body in shape. He mentioned that he has marks on his body because his body gets bruised easily and he is training quite hard. Read the rest of this entry »