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Carlos Condit: “I’m on the precipice of achieving my life goal.”

On the surface, UFC welterweight Carlos Condit’s upcoming clash with Georges St-Pierre at UFC 154 may just appear to be a title-fight. However, to Condit the thought of having his hand raised is far bigger than simply winning a belt or enjoying the fame/fortune coming with the distinction. Rather, the 28-year old sees an opportunity to fulfill a dream he’s had since first deciding to test his skills as a professional Mixed Martial Artist – being named as the best in the world.

“I’m on the precipice of achieving my life goal,” said Condit in an interview with the UFC when asked about the November 17 match-up with GSP. “He’s the best in the world. He’s one of the best this sport has ever seen. It’s a huge fight with a lot of buzz around it. Those are the kinds of fights I want to be in.”

Condit also acknowledged his road to victory is not an easy one considering St-Pierre’s accomplishments in the Octagon. The 22-2 champion is seen by most as one of the top two pound-for-pound fighters in MMA and is on a nine-fight winning streak including success against some of the sport’s best.

“Georges is a very technical, precise striker. Great jab, great fundamentals,” said Condit of his adversary before pointing out a few of his own qualities he sees as being a threat to St-Pierre’s reign atop the division. “I’m a different fighter every time I come out. I have a lot of new weapons in my arsenal. My strength, my conditioning, my athleticism have come up a considerable amount, and just mentally I’m in a good place.”

“The Natural Born Killer” has won five straight fights with strike-based stoppages of Dan Hardy, Dong Hyun Kim, and Rory MacDonald. He was last seen narrowly outpointing Nick Diaz this past February to earn an interim title in case a knee injury GSP had previously suffered didn’t heal as fast as planned.

Check out the conversation with Condit below:


  • Hell yes I’ve been waiting for this since 08 when Carlos was running through everyone in the WEC and while alot of people think he can’t beat georges , I do, and so does he.


    I hope Condit takes it to GSP and if he does get taken down, he pops right back up and makes the fight a bloody war!!!!!!!!!

  • raker says:

    Love GSP but he has also bored me to tears in recent fights. I’m with you Gike, I wanna see a war. GSP is too smart and cautious to allow that to happen though so if Condit wins it’ll likely be him catching GSP just like Serra did.

  • To me that’s the beauty of this fight. Gsp has been fighting guys who are one dimensional and putting them in the situations that they’re weaker in (kept shields standing took down Alves and Hardy, refused to brawl with Kos.) He doesn’t have that option this time. Carlos is mean everywhere and in my opinion the only true skill advantage Georges has is wrestling. That makes for a very interesting fight.

  • Mad_Hatter_XX says:

    As much as I would like to see a war I bet GSP stays away and makes it a classic GSP snoozefest.

    Why fix what isn’t broke? If I were Condit I would focus on that previously injured leg over and over.

  • Rece Rock says:

    I just want to see Diaz/ GSP and a Condit/Macdonald rematch


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