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‘UFC 143: Diaz vs. Condit’ — Live Results and Commentary


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Tonight, the UFC is putting an interim welterweight belt on the line, to be decided by two gamebred sons-of-bitches who go out to take scalps, not win points. If Nick Diaz vs. Carlos Condit isn’t a thrilling fight, I’ll eat my hat. Plus: Roy Nelson welcomes Fabricio Werdum back to the Octagon, Josh Koscheck slugs it out with his evil twin Mike Pierce, and Scott Jorgenson does his best to snap the 27-fight win streak of Renan Barao.

Handling play-by-play for tonight’s action is interim liveblog champion Aaron Mandel. Follow us after the jump for live results from the UFC 143 pay-per-view card, beginning at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT. Refresh the page every few minutes for all the latest, and please use the comments section to let us know how we can better serve you.

Okay Potato Nation, it’s almost time for the pay-per view portion of UFC 143.  If you haven’t been watching along already, here’s the results from the prelims:

Steven Thompson def. Dan Stittgen via knockout (kick) – Round 1, 4:13

Rafael Natal def. Michael Kuiper via unanimous decision

Matt Riddle def. via Henry Martinez via split decision

Matt Brown def. Chris Cope via knockout (punches) – Round 2, 1:19

Edwin Figueroa def. Alex Caceres via split decision

Dustin Poirier def. Max Holloway via submission (mounted triangle-armbar) – Round 1, 3:23

Is anyone else excited for the new non-gladiator intro?

Well that intro was…interesting.  On the plus side, I bet Heath Herring is stoked about the free publicity!

And here we go!

Ed Herman vs. Clifford Starks

Huge opportunity here for Starks, getting a pay-per view shot in his second fight against the veteran Herman.

Round 1- Fighters exchange right away.  Good hands being thrown.  Starks pushes Herman against the cage, working for the takedown, Herman defending well.  Starks seems content to lean into Herman and work some dirty boxing.  Fighters break and move back to the center.  Goldberg notes that Starks is “physically strong”, when will he say “athletic” or “dynamic”?  More exchanges into the middle and then Starks puts Herman back into the cage.  Starks is landing more than Herman.  Both guys jockeying for position against the cage.  Herman bleeding from what appears to be his left ear.  Action has stalled.  They separate and Starks is landing at will on Herman’s face.  Herman seems uninterested in blocking or slipping punches.  Herman gets a takedown and works from half guard.  Starks reverses position and lands strikes from Herman’s full guard.  Round ends with Starks on top.

Round 2- Starks was the clear winner of the first round.  Second round starts with Starks landing more punches.  Starks again puts Herman against the cage in the clinch.  Herman takes Starks down and lands in side control, quickly transitions into mount and takes his back.  Herman working for the rear naked choke, it is deep.  Herman adjusts and sinks it in, Starks taps and it is allll over.

Ed Herman defeats Clifford Starks, submission (rear naked choke), round 2

Renan Barao vs. Scott Jorgensen

Kim Winslow refereeing this one, someone’s gonna die.  Barao is riding an incredible 27-fight win streak and comes out looking pumped up.

Round 1-  Barao opens with a kick to the head.  Barao throwing kicks, including the spinning variety.  Barao fights off a takedown from Jorgensen and goes back to work on the feet.  Jorgensen looks tentative and Barao is throwing fluidly.  Jorgensen shoots for a takedown but Barao defends again.  Back to the center, both fighters throwing punches.  Apparently Barao has good jiu jitsu also, that’s scary.  Good straight punches from Barao mixed with solid leg kicks.  They go into the clinch, Jorgensen with his back against the cage, Barao working some knees and kicks.  Round ends, I give that one to Barao.

Round 2- Gotta love the lighter weights, both fighters come out fresh, moving around well.  Jorgensen working hard for a takedown but Barao’s defense is excellent and it remains on the feet.  Barao is working the leg kicks well.  Jorgensen’s left leg is going to feel like my friend who is “drinking for science” next to me tonight.  Both fighters in the center throwing punches, Barao is getting the better of the exchanges.  Jorgensen takes a hard kick to the body and winces.  Jorgensen shoots in for a takedown but ends up on his back.  Barao in half guard delivering some punches to the body.  Barao back in Jorgensen’s full guard now.  Jorgensen works back to his feet.  Spinning back kick to Jorgensen’s body.  Jorgensen misses a jumping kick.  Round ends, Barao in charge two rounds to none now.

Round 3- Touch of the gloves and the final round begins.  Jorgensen comes out more aggressive, he must know he’s down on the cards.  Barao fires back, but Jorgensen is tough as hell and stays in the pocket, swinging.  Flying knee from Barao misses but Jorgensen’s mouth is wide open and I think he’s tarting to fade.  Spinning head kick from Barao glances off Jorgensen’s hands.  Jorgensen is having no luck with his takedown attempts which is bad news for a guy who relies on his grinding wrestling.  Ninety seconds left and both guy throwing strikes.  Leg kicks from Barao really adding up now.  Joe Rogan has said almost nothing this ride, very eerie.  Round ends with Barao firmly in charge.

Renan Barao defeats Scott Jorgensen by unanimous decision

You’d think after five years as an avid MMA fan I’d understand Portugese by now, but I have no fucking clue what Barao is talking about, good win for him though!

Josh Koscheck vs. Mike Pierce

Watching Koscheck walk to the cage I can’t help think of the Koschek/Bob Ross thread from a few years ago.   Pierce talked his way into this match and has everything to gain and almost nothing to lose.

Round 1- Pierce takes the center of the cage and shoots for a takedown early, Koscheck defends well but has his back against the cage.  Pierce doing a good job making it ugly, holding Koscheck against the cage, landing some foot stomps, kicks and dirty boxing.  Koscheck eats a few shots as they separate.  Pierce gets put against the cage but they quickly separate.  Both men throwing hard strikes and landing.  Pierce is hanging in there at a level I did not expect.  Pierce shoots in but Koscheck defends and the round ends with the fight remaining on the feet.  Very close round, I’d give it to Pierce but I’m glad I’m not a judge!

Round 2- Pierce lands first with a right and shoots for a takedown.  Koscheck defends and they clinch against the cage.  Pierce lands as they separate.  Koscheck looks tentative and a little stunned at how well Pierce is landing on him.  Pierce bleeding from the head quite severely, makes me remember the old “head wound Harry” skits from SNL.  Koscheck with a knee that misses.  Pierce puts Koscheck back against the cage.  Time is called as Koscheck pokes Pierce in the eye, punching with an open hand, measuring distance with his fingers out.  Koscheck shoots for the first time and completes it with ease.  Pierce gives up his back as he tries to use the cage to stand up.  Pierce  works back to his feet from a bad position and the round ends.  Pierce is on the verge of a big upset.

Round 3- Pierce lands again but Koscheck answering back.  Koscheck seems to be winking and wincing like in the GSP fight, I wonder if his eye is hurt again or it’s just become a tic of his now.  Pierce gets a takedown but it is brief, Koscheck powers back up with ease.  Koscheck has Pierce clinched against the cage.  Koscheck is turning it up now but Pierce regains the clinch and is landing with dirty boxing and short strikes.  Fighters break and face off in the center.  Koscheck shoots for a takedown but Pierce defending well against the cage.  Herb Dean is treating Koscheck like a misbehaving child, separates them and immediately warns Koscheck yet again for the fingers to Pierce’s face.  It is extremely hard to like Koscheck.  Both fighters striking, Koscheck shoots for a late takedown and holds Pierce to the canvas.  Pierce ends with a spinning elbow as he works back to the feet.  Very close fight, I have it for Pierce but this could either way.

Josh Koscheck defeats Mike Pierce by split decision

Koscheck getting showered with boos from the crowd and responds with a middle finger and some stuttering excuses for what will undoubtedly be a controversial win that won’t advance him much in the welterweight division.

Rogan describes the upcoming Rousey-Tate matchup as “the hottest title fight” in history.

Roy Nelson vs. Fabricio Werdum

Nelson looks noticeably slimmer, sporting a massive graying beard and a braided mullet,control yourself, ladies.

Round 1- Werdum dwarfing Nelson in the staredown.  Touch of gloves.  Front kick from Werdum starts the action followed by a knee and a kick to the body.  Nelson stalking, throws a right and slips to the ground.  Werdum takes his back with astonishing speed and works to sink in a choke but Nelson fends it off and gets back to his feet.  Werdum with the plum throwing knees at Nelson that are doing damage.  Nelson breaks free and puts Werdum into the cage.  Werdum regains the Thai clinch and unloads knees into Nelson who is starting to look and act like a drunken uncle outside the bar on a Tuesday night fighting a pack of angry skunks.  Nelson is slowly bleeding his way down to light-heavyweight.  Referee Josh Rosenthal stops to the action to have a doctor confirm what everyone can see on tv, that Nelson’s face is fucked up.  Action restarts and Werdum goes back to work with kicks.  Nelson drops Werdum and dives into guard ala Fedor and fights his way out of an armbar threat.  Werdum gets back to his feet as the round ends and misses with a roundhouse.

Round 2- Werdum opens up with a leg kick and drops Nelson with a kick.  Nelson back to his feet and throwing a kick of his own.  I’m not sure if it’s possible to knock Nelson out, but Werdum is trying.  Nelson is hanging in there throwing strikes but there’s not much on them.  Roy Nelson is being described in my living room as an “un-dead viking” and a “zombie skeleton with a coonskin cap”.   Action is slowing noticeably in the second round but Werdum is still winning the exchanges, when they happen.  Body kick from Werdum but Nelson catches Werdum and flurries but Werdum survives, this is getting interesting.  Nelson is sitting back waiting for a big shot as the round ends.

Round 3-  Nelson has streaks of his own blood on his over-sized gut, I’m mesmerized.  Werdum comes in and gets caught in a standing guillotine but survives and separates.  Nelson puts Werdum into the cage as they tie up.   Werdum landing knees and punches but Nelson must have a fast food bonus in his contract if he goes the distance because he is charging forward.  Nelson tries a hilarious spinning back kick and Werdum catches and the round ends.

Fabricio Werdum defeats Roy Nelson by unanimous decision

Werdum managed to get into his interview with Rogan sans translator and ended up congratulating Nelson somehow.

Carlos Condit vs. Nick Diaz

It’s time for the main event, interim welterweight title on the line.  A little touch of the foreheads on the staredown, no glove touch.

Round 1- Condit opens with a leg kick and then another.  Condit working knees to the body, perhaps trying to drain the endless gas tank of Diaz.  Diaz tees off with a few punches on Condit.  Both fighters tentative.  Condit just misses with a question mark kick.  Condit really working the kicks.  Spinning back first from Condit just misses and Diaz starts talking to Condit and looks to open up against the cage.  Diaz works punches to the body against the cage, mixing them up with head strikes.  Condit with a leg kick but Diaz is starting to pick up his patented flurries.  Round ends with Diaz lowering his hands and throwing strikes.  Very close round, I’d give it to Condit.

Round 2- Condit with more kicks to start the second round.  Flying knee from Condit misses and Diaz catches it momentarily.  Condit tries his fifth spinning back first of the night and finally lands but Diaz walks right through it.  Diaz yelling in Condit’s face and open hand slaps him!  Diaz is talking more in the octagon than he did on the entire primetime series.  Diaz with a good combo on Condit.  Condit seems tentative and Diaz is exploiting with combinations.  Condit throwing big straight kicks but they are not landing.  Condit lands a body shot.  Diaz lands a flurry to the body.  Back and forth striking action as the round ends.  I’d give this round to Diaz.

Round 3- Third round and Condit again opens with a head kick that misses.  Very even exchanges over and over, Diaz slightly getting the better of it.  Diaz tagging Condit whenever he gets him against the cage.  Very hard to live blog a fight like this!  They are just striking over and over, nothing definitive landing, but Diaz’s strikes are adding up a little more.  Condit missing a lot of kicks.  Diaz not working at as fast a pace as we’re used to, perhaps he’s game planning for the five rounds.  Condit is doing a good job circling off the cage when Diaz starts to come in with a flurry.  Condit lands a knee and Diaz immediately starts talking shit.  Diaz responds with a left hand but Condit is looking more active and more confident now.  Round ends with Condit slipping on a kick.  I think Condit took that round and is now up two rounds to one on my horribly unofficial card.

Round 4- Condit kicking away to start the championship rounds.  Again lots of strikes being thrown, nothing significant yet.  No ground fighting in the fight whatsoever, and no sign of it happening.  Just as I type this Diaz shoots for a takedown but fails.  Condit kicking and fighting smart.  Condit gets Diaz on the feet with some hands and then kicks Diaz straight in the face, Diaz just stares him down.  Diaz catches a kick but can’t complete the takedown.  Condit is landing much more this round, Diaz seems slow and ineffective.  Condit wins that round.

Round 5- I think this round needs to see Diaz end the fight to win.  Condit looking much more confident.  Diaz not moving very fast.  I was just informed that Cecil Peoples is one of the judges tonight so none of what I’m writing or what you’re seeing matters at all.  Diaz winging kicks at Condit without much success.  Condit has thrown nearly ten spinning back fists at this point.  Condit chops Diaz down with a leg kick and then goes up high.  Diaz clinches him against the cage and attempts to take it to the ground but Condit separates with two minutes left.  Diaz nails Condit with punches but Condit comes back with a knee.  Diaz throwing combinations and starting to pick up the pace.  Diaz drags Condit down and takes his back working furiously for a submission.  Diaz trying desperately for a rear naked choke but Condit is defending well.  The fight ends with Diaz trying for an armbar.  I think Diaz got the fifth round but Condit will take it 48-47.  Close fight.

Carlos Condit defeats Nick Diaz by unanimous decision.

Classy interview with Condit post-fight, it’ll be him against GSP toward the end of the year.  Diaz apparently retires in the cage because he thought he won the fight and “don’t wanna play this game no more.”

That’s all folks, thanks for hanging out!

Comments

  1. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:30


    I thought Cacares still win despite the 2 points off. -- Also, it'll take something fairly special to take the KO of the night away from "The Wonderboy".
  2. SeanMcCorkle’sBruisedEgo Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:31


    How the hell is this Mandel character already an interim champ? i got Gannon, this is bullshit.
  3. bootystar Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:38


    how many hours till the next fight
  4. MMA Mafia Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:39


    Im so nervous for this fight it itches. And by itches I mean my nuts itch. Ok...maybe that's not UFC related and I should go to the doctor tomorrow but nevertheless I'm uber super stoked.
  5. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:42


    Sub of the night for Poirier! That was beautiful!
  6. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:46


    I'm guessing they'll make Poirer Aldo's next victim, he has no one lined up at the moment.
  7. Xanderschultz Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:48


    Just hung out with Genki Sudo! Not related, but only my peeps at cage potato could understand why I'm excited and I had to tell someone.
  8. The Oracle of MMA Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:56


    Anyone have a working stream for the fight?
  9. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:58


    firstrowsports,eu the American version got shut down today, but it's the same thing.
  10. darkstarrocketship Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 06:58


    I'm predicting that the Diaz vs. Condit fight will be a major anti-climax resulting in an early finish.
  11. CrushCo Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:00


    @Xanderschultz: Bad. Ass. Where are you? I've wanted one of his tattoo t-shirts forever, but if Google translate is correct they cost around $80 before shipping. Not that money is an object...
  12. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:01


    I'm just happy we get to see a WW title fight actually get finished. - captcha: shosri alcoholic
  13. RearNakedSpoon Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:08


    I took a step onto the wonderboy band wagon but jumped off swiftly when Jesus got mentioned.
  14. EnemyofReality Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:10


    I did the same thing RearNakedSpoon
  15. CrushCo Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:12


    I wasn't a big fan of Holloway's, but then he blamed Satan for the loss and won me over.
  16. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:13


    He also Tebowed like a total douche. This guy's gonna be wicked annoying.
  17. danomite Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:15


    Well I'm staying on the bandwagon. Does anybody know if he comes out to Tenacious D? Also, wasn't that the same punch/kick combo that CP had an article on a few months ago? I think it was a video of pat barry doing it.
  18. SethF Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:23


    So Corn Nuts is the official corn snack of the UFC? As oppossed to all of those other corn snacks that arent popcorn?
  19. myklhoey Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:24


    so what do you guys think, they been hypin steven thompson pretty hard, he has more hype at a earlyer stage then bones did, you guys see a future champ
  20. myklhoey Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:27


    RearNakedSpoon Says: Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:08 I took a step onto the wonderboy band wagon but jumped off swiftly when Jesus got mentioned. EnemyofReality Says: Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:10 I did the same thing RearNakedSpoon GEEKS
  21. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:28


    thompson looks a little lean to be able to stop the wrestler's takedowns (ie. GSP, Macdonald)... And that's why Herman/Starks made the PPV, Herman is a finisher.
  22. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:35


    myklhoey Says: Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:27 RearNakedSpoon Says: Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:08 I took a step onto the wonderboy band wagon but jumped off swiftly when Jesus got mentioned. EnemyofReality Says: Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:10 I did the same thing RearNakedSpoon GEEKS ------------------------------------------- they are just being fucking stupid is all dude. its typical scumball reaction.
  23. myklhoey Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:39


    man if diaz can win this which he should i believe, the next LHW and WW and HW and MW title fights will all be ones fans have been wantin to see, its ginna be a good year for fights, @dranokills ya your right, were the heck is everyone tonight has CP been abandoned by its core memba's
  24. Xanderschultz Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:40


    @Crushco At the OTC in Colorado Springs. That guy is awesome. I really want to get his we are all one flags made with all the different flags together. Apparently he's got crazy fame as a pop singer in Japan these days
  25. SomeSarcasticBastard Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:54


    MMA-TV is back up on Sopcast, in case anyone was looking...
  26. bootystar Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 07:55


    I heard that Diaz channel's his stuff through, purple jesus marijuana swords
  27. weedrulz15 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:11


    @Xanderschultz dude, that's awesome.
  28. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:21


    herb dean is having a "dickhead" night. shut up herb and just be a ref you fucker.
  29. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:26


    Too many warnings for Fraggle. He should have been deducted a point.
  30. Lex Talionis Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:27


    If Herb refs the Diaz Fight it will be interesting to see how long he puts up with the stockton slap
  31. SeanMcCorkle’sBruisedEgo Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:28


    koscheck a punk.
  32. ccman Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:29


    Kos won on damage. Everything else was even
  33. Lex Talionis Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:32


    Was that carraway next to tate wearing sunglasses in the arena?
  34. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:33


    I'm pretty sure the fact that Herb Dean took 2 points away from Caceres today had everything to do with not taking any away from Kos. I think he didn't want to fuck up two fights in one night. Understandable, I guess.
  35. NomadRip Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:35


    So far Xanderschultz is the only one who is having a good night, and that sounds like an excellent one.
  36. CrushCo Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:36


    @Lex Talionis: I believe Mazagatti is reffing the Diaz-Condit fight.
  37. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:37


    I pray that If GSP beats either Condit or Diaz which he will that Kosh doesnt work his way back to another shot because that would just be stupid.
  38. Liverpunch Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:39


    But Koscheck is genuinely a nice guy and he's completely misunderstood! Boo hoo hoo! He ain't exactly trying to bring me around with the way he represents himself. . Oh, and he lost on my and score cards. Fuck this fucking fucker. . Drink of the night goes to Spaten Oktoberfest for the 12 pack attack on my liver and marriage.
  39. bootystar Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:45


    gillette, strong enough for a man, made for a woman
  40. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:48


    This fight is much more entertaining than I was expecting. Big Country's clock is ticking, but he's still got a hell of a puncher's chance.
  41. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:51


    I don't care who you are you gotta love Big Country dude has heart man
  42. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:54


    I think that last exchange might have slowed down Werdum significantly. Zombie round coming up.
  43. abenormal Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:56


    I think Stitch just stuffed a piece of bacon into Roy's forehead.
  44. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 08:59


    hahaha Roy Nelson fell for the old "Your shoe's untied" trick. Then he has the guts to try it again. Classic
  45. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:00


    Werdum's standup looked fantastic today. I'd like to see him fight Frank Mir next.
  46. Liverpunch Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:01


    The man never took a step backwards, while his larger opponent was on his bike through all three rounds. That's Amerika!
  47. 2Dogs Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:03


    THAT NELSON FIGHT WAS SO FIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXED!!!!!
  48. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:05


    so A. Silva is in the audience now but not during the sonnen-bisping fight?
  49. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:07


    if diaz wins, I went 7 of 8 for my parlay which fuckin' blows, wtf jorgenson.
  50. myklhoey Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:08


    @abenormal lol ahh that was funny man, had me in stitches for a few minutes
  51. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:09


    I don't know what was up with Nick Diaz's demeanor this week, but I still think he's got this fight in the bag. I really hope we get a fight of the year candidate in this one. So pumped!
  52. the glza Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:16


    Yeah -- Nick's Stockton swagger is in full effect and conditions doesn't look one bit intimidated ... This is gonna be a great fight.
  53. Lex Talionis Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:17


    A 7 year old boy from Arizona swam from Alcatraz that's who, stfu with that already.
  54. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:24


    Diaz started out slow but he's beginning to get more and more confidence. He's starting to overwhelm Condit. He just needs to avoid getting KO'd and keep his pressure going. 10-9 Diaz.
  55. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:31


    interesting fight, but you can't sit bac w/ Diaz, stiall 3 rounds for Diaz to apply pressure.
  56. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:36


    30-27 Diaz. Condit's gonna look like a fish out of water by the end of the 4th round. I think Diaz will finish him in the 5th by TKO.
  57. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:36


    Condit has won all 3 rounds so far....
  58. Liverpunch Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:40


    @drano yeah, but ya gotta take into account that Cecil Peoples is a judge tonight. Personally, I have Round 1 for Diaz and rounds 2-3 for Conduit.
  59. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:42


    thats FOUR rounds straight...anyone who says otherwise is up Nicks ass. Nick is slow, and stupid. the THUG act isn't working nick!
  60. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:43


    not looking good for Nick.
  61. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:49


    Very close. I got 1,2 and 5 for Diaz. 3 was a tossup (I gave it to Diaz cause he finished stronger) 4th round definitely went to Condit. Interesting decision coming up.
  62. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:49


    so who does Caros fight next? macdonald/mills winner?
  63. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:50


    Unanimous decision and new interim champ...CARLOSSSSSSSSS CCONNDDDIIITTTTTTTTT!
  64. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:50


    I got Condit
  65. Liverpunch Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:51


    I'll remind you that Cecil "I'm a terrible judge and ref" Peoples is a judge for this fight. Just sayin'... Also, Nick has had octagon control, even though Condit has landed more significant damage in striking. Again, just sayin'... I have it Diaz 1 to Condit 3 as far as rounds.
  66. myklhoey Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:52


    i hope diaz wins im at work cant watch i listen to what you all say, sounds bad for nick
  67. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:53


    @Liverpunch You gotta understand fighting bro, just because Diaz had octagon control doesn't mean anything Condit had great counter fighting.
  68. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:54


    sorry nick, but you lost.
  69. Lesnarischamp Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:55


    seriously nick, what else are you going to do if you retire?
  70. rampageisgod Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:56


    Nick is a bitch, and I just might change my name to conditisgod.
  71. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:56


    I thought Diaz had that but I could see most of those rounds going either way. I think Diaz clearly had 1 and 5. Condit clearly had round 4. 2 and 3 were really close. Good job Condit.
  72. SonOfSerbia Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:57


    what a load of b/s...condit ran like a scared little bitch the whole fight...i cant wait for GSP to whoop his ass. Diaz is done..if he cant beat condit he has no chance against the new generation of welterweights like Hendricks, McDonald, or Ellenberger..WAR GSP
  73. Elentius Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:58


    He will obviously train others and live off of the money he already has. The cherry on top would be if Carlos made him retire for real. They always bitch and complain when they lose just like Penn. GJJ losers hahahaha!!!
  74. The Oracle of MMA Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:58


    That was the most brutal example of judges on the take since professional boxing lol
  75. Liverpunch Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:59


    @HandsofGold I understand fighting. I'm just thinking of how the judges will be viewing the fight since neither of the fighters are terribly interested in finishing.
  76. Like a Bas Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:59


    @Liverpunch - Who gets the other round. I aint no mathemagician, but I'm pretty sure 1+3=4? Typical bully behaviour from Diaz. "Boo hoo. I lost, so I'm not playing anymore!" I'd like to see his face when he sees the punch stats. It's obviously a conspiracy.
  77. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:59


    And yes I agree that Diaz is being a little bitch for retiring after a close loss. Get back to the gym and come back better, fag. "I don't wanna play this game anymore because I don't like the rules." Fuck you, man. That's what you signed up for.
  78. Clinch-Smash Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:59


    ya the next time a get in a fight i'm going to talk the dude down with my hands at my side talking shit and then after he punches me in the face 3000-7 tell all my friend i won.
  79. Lex Talionis Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:59


    He went Sonnen / Lesner all rolled into one. Declared himself the winner and then retired cuz he lost. Fuck him, he should have lost a point for holding Condits leg that long after the bell too.
  80. RSparrow Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 09:59


    Hey guys, at the bar and I couldn't hear the after fight interview... I didn't agree with decision but can someone please put the interview into words? Diaz quit or somethin?
  81. Elentius Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:00


    Anybody who says Condit ran does not know MMA so you can still post here I guess. I am all GSP but I really like Condit now... he is smart and tough. GSP better not try the stand up for very long against him.
  82. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:00


    wow. I mean....fucking wow. The one thing I never thought would happen...Nick turned into a cunt and a quitter! For real Nick? you think you won, and because of that you are gonna take your ball and go home? MY gawd....ok Nick fans come on out and tell me how you can support a coward fucking move like this? I expected it from Brock Lesner we always knew he was a coward with no heart, but seriously? NICK?!?!?! Enough words cannot be spoken on how disappointing Nick Diaz is. Hey Nick, learn to fight you pussy, and then make a comeback. that talking and walking like a dumbass monkey and hand jesters just doesn't do it in REAL MMA. Someone please help Nick Diaz get a set of balls and some heart and stop playing the poor me song. It's to bad GSP didn't get to crush you like the pussy you are acting Nick Diaz.
  83. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:00


    @Liverpunch I love both fighters and honestly wanted to see Diaz vs GSP but i just had Condit winning i felt like after that kind of Counter play he deserved it. No disrespect didn't mean for it to come off rude
  84. 2Dogs Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:01


    Came down to points , pure and simple
  85. Bluntaholic Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:01


    Don't think anyone could have sum'd that up better than Diaz did. I woulda swore he was fighting kalib starnes.
  86. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:04


    Condit did what he needed to win, i would rather see that then see a fucking wrestling hump fest. Diaz should have found a way to win. Honestly it is good for Nick now he doesn't have to go get his ass kicked by GSP its a win win for him, huge payday and safe
  87. Elentius Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:04


    I agree about the leg holding after the bell. He had nothing else because he did not know what to do... dumbfounded by a brilliant plan so stop crying kiddies! His entire gang are coward bitches that need to outnumber the ones they fight which is why they are no good in MMA!
  88. WARBONG Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:04


    FUUUUUUUUUUUUK...i thought Nick pulled it out but i was fukin wrong......Congrats to Condit tho- that kid fought a hell of a fight- i hope he knocks GSP straight the fuk out.
  89. Kimbo Lesnar Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:07


    Condit was avoiding the close range for exactly the reason you saw at the end of round 5. He outstruck Nick FOR SURE, and if Condit was firing weak shots, then so was Nick. Condit used the method that Machida used but landed more strikes while doing it.
  90. chibjj Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:08


    That's rope a dope MMA style. Evade, attack and repeat. Diaz should practice checking kicks and less time going on bike rides and talking during the fight. Great fight to watch. GSP is still going to ground and hump him to decision though.
  91. rampageisgod Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:08


    Did people really expect Condit just stand there and take the shots? He evaded and counter punched. He got the better shots off and didn't spend half the time playing charades.
  92. johnnytuthumbs Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:09


    Hey Bluntaholic maybe you should lay off blunt when your watching the fights. Condit clearly executed the game plan that was needed to beat Diaz. So quit your whining.
  93. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:09


    @Kimbo agreed condit fought the perfect fight against diaz
  94. J. Jones Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:09


    You know, for some time I have been developing a theory that Nick Diaz was actually an eighth grader with some kind of JACK disease. It's safe to say the theory has been confirmed tonight.
  95. schwm39 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:10


    I had Diaz winning 48-47 but I can see giving the fight to Condit and have no real gripe with the decision itself. But for TWO refs to score this fight 49-46 is a little bit ridiculous.
  96. Bluntaholic Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:11


    Condit took the bitch ass path to winning that fight. Him & GSP both fighting to win on the scorecard is going to be a damn snooze fest. Scorecard fighters will never get my respect regardless of how many times they win or who the manage to "outpoint" Fight to finish the other guy or get a new job.
  97. tomahawk1fan Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:12


    Nick was pissed because Condit played the old boxing type game with him....throw and get out. Although everyone will say how brilliant of a strategy that was, it did make for a less exciting fight. Guys that have ZERO intent on standing and banging at least a LITTLE bit aren't well received (Boo birds were out in force during the interview). Maybe Condit's beard was a necessity for his membership in the Fitch "Do anything necessary to eek out a decision" club. There was a time when I hated Diaz, but he makes for exciting fights...even playing to his opponents strong points to prove a point. I hope he doesn't retire...we need more Diaz. WAR DIAZ WAR 209
  98. Liverpunch Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:12


    @HandsofGold No troubles bubbles. I didn't feel any disrespect. @ Like a Bas Sorry, there must have been some kind of bizarre misinterpretation from me running around between the big screen, the computer and my fridge. I had Diaz winning round 1 and Conduit winning all the rest.
  99. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:14


    Funny thing is people wanna talk shit about condits strategy yet everyone that stands in there with diaz gets beat up with his boxing so when someone is smart and sticks to a game plan they are like fitch????? Condit had 13 subs, and 13 knockouts im pretty sure he is a lot different then ol fitch is need to get your facts straight.
  100. johnnytuthumbs Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:17


    You are clearly an idiot Blunt boy and I'm sure they could care less about earning your respect. Your argument makes no sense either because it's obvious Diaz wasn't going for the finish either. I like Diaz but he lost, so suck it up and learn how to respect a true winning game plan.
  101. sk8rdude0521 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:18


    Hey @Bluntaholic, idk if you have checked Condit's record or not but this was only his second decision win out of 28 wins. Don't try to say he is fighting to win the scorecard. As far as the scoring went, 49-46 is a bit rediculous, but I saw it as 48-47, Condit winning. He landed more shots and landed harder shots. All Diaz was able to do for 5 rounds was swing at Condit's shadow and get 1 takedown that he was unable to do anything with. He said he didn't try to finish the armbar because he thought he was winning the fight, doesn't that sound like fighting to win the scorecard??
  102. ccman Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:19


    Plain and simple, the Diaz goad you into their fight didn't work. He for once didn't have 3+ inches of reach so he couldn't make people eat 2 to get one, but my favorite part was him deciding him and his brother quit. Gooooooo ghetto! Losing must mean the 'man's is holding you back. Before conspiracy theorists dive in, THE UFC WANTED DIAZ TO WIN..
  103. Jersey Shua Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:19


    Maybe I'm the crazy one here...but I really don't see how there is any way to think that Diaz won that fight. I had Condit winning the first 4 rounds blatantly outstriking Diaz the whole way. 5th round obviously goes to Diaz via near submissions for the last 2 mins. But there is NO way you can think that Diaz won that fight.
  104. eradz Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:19


    @handsofgold, exactly man. Wtf would he stand there? I think diaz is just pissed cause he found someone that has the same endurance as him but strikes alot better. Diaz throws bitch punches to run up the numbers. Joe Rogan has been saying both the diaz's throw mass amounts of half power punches.
  105. RearNakedSpoon Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:19


    Counter punching and leading someone to walk into your offense is octagon control. Sorry diaz, ufc's 170 division is not empty of talent and propped up with 155ers. Condit looked like a mini GSP only less dominant or elusive. Its a shame we can't see GSP destroy diaz but Condit is clearly a top talent and intelligent which is what MMA is really all about so fully deserves the win.
  106. cabj1905 Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:19


    I don't get why people are bitching about Condit's game plan either. Who the hell is gonna stand in front of Diaz and take the punishment? The game plan was perfect, the fight was very entertaining. Again, I had Diaz in 1,2 and 5 but I don't disagree with the decision either. Now I just wanna see Condit beat GSP so we can get exciting fights back at 170.
  107. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:20


    @ eradz agreed
  108. Kid Clam Curtains Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:21


    Just won $160 on condit. Feels nice. Maybe I'll lose it all on the super bowl tomorrow.
  109. Bluntaholic Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:21


    @ johnnytuthumbs hey if you like boring ass fighters & fights like that you should love watching him vs GSP. @HandsofGold that wasn't fitch like that was a kalib starnes reenactment Diaz saying he is quitting was a bitch move though I fully understand his frustration & I doubt he stays gone
  110. AndyInflammatory Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:21


    Diaz lost on the cards, and also by Stockton Rules. There shall be no argument.
  111. Kid Clam Curtains Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:25


    Lol @ people who thought Diaz won. Was it his talking shit or the one TD he had at the end? otherwise he was handily out struck the whole fight.
  112. Bluntaholic Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:29


    I don't think diaz won but at least he came to bang & didn't treat the fight like a damn track meet. Hard to finish someone when they running the whole fight. Kinda surprised Nick didn't pull a nate quarry at some point.
  113. Morningwood Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:30


    can we get a gif of Kim Winslow asking for Renar to put his dick in her mouth before round 3? I think Diaz says he quit just to talk his way into a fight with GSP. Which after what was shown tonight, there's no way he beats GSP. GSP would humiliate Diaz.
  114. Liverpunch Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:31


    @KidKK Exactly. Thank you. Coming forward and getting hit/kicked in the mouth does not constitute winning.
  115. Lex Talionis Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:33


    Werdum was backing up the entire fight, don't hear anyone complaining about his gameplan
  116. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:34


    On top of everything else you delusional Diaz fans...suck on THIS: Condit broke the record for LANDED kicks. HELLO pussy Diaz, open your goddamn ears to this...you got beat! waving your hands, and talking stupid shit and acting tough made you ZERO points. Condit=perfect game plan...and shockingly is still the interim champ regardless of delusional Diaz or his equally delusional fan-base. Diaz=pussy ass pot smoking quitter poser cunt.
  117. Fedor Penn Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:34


    Nick got robbed. Had octagon control the entire fight. I'm glad for Condit though but he acted like he was gonna fight a fight but he he fought for points.
  118. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:39


    @Fedor Penn wrong
  119. Lex Talionis Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:39


    chasing someone until they punch you in the face seems like an odd sense of control.
  120. Bluntaholic Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:42


    Honestly I'm just pissed I was expecting a FOTN quality WAR & got a snooze fest track meet instead. It's sad when the only finish of the night comes from the fight that most everyone was wondering how it got on the pvp card to begin with.
  121. KarmaAteMyCat Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:44


    I will only comment on this momentarily as the Diaz hate is an Abundance on Cagepotato and I honestly love you all to much to quarrel. - Diaz controlled the Octagon and had forward movement the entire fight, the only rounds he got out struck in was round four and five, and within the last couple seconds of round three. He lost rounds 1,2,3 thorough like in which I can't even begin to wait to see the Judges score cards. - How did anyone give Carlos forward movement or Octagon control? How did anyone consider him the aggressor? How was he out striking Diaz, WHEN someone walks through your power and is the aggressor and continuous the forward movement while adding punches in bunches without breaking rhythm they win the fight Please refer to Diego Sanchez/Martin Kampmann. - I am not a conspiracy theorist but I am ashamed at the scoring in Mixed Martial Arts. I am ashamed that this happened whatever shit happens they left it to the judges and Dana has me on ignore on twitter already so your right DANA you aren't a judge but I do give a fuck what you think.
  122. WuTangClan Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:48


    ^ eat a dick.
  123. eradz Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:49


    one day I was trying to catch rattlesnakes, those elusive things just keeping running away and biting me. WTF! then I QQ'd myself to sleep and died.
  124. ccman Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:49


    What you guys claiming octagon control are wrong kn is moving toward is aggression. Except since he was out struck that fails. Condition had striking, octagon control ( fight went where HE wanted it) so striking condition. aggression negated. Octagon control condition. Grappling negated. (Takedown, sub attempt, even Dias said he didn't go for it, then reversed.) Negated. that's scoring criteria, with damage always filtering in which was also Condition. Dias lost.
  125. KarmaAteMyCat Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:50


    @Drano; Carlos beat? Aldo's landed kicks in the fight with Faber? No, sorry bro he did not.
  126. eradz Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:51


    hell with points, he beat diaz straight up. When was condit in danger? maybe at the last 50 seconds of round 5? lol
  127. KarmaAteMyCat Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:53


    @CCman; You mean Diaz? - @Wutang; Classy guy, feel free to suck my balls as always you know I love you and your classless act you bring to the table. - @Eradz; That's what she said, QQ.
  128. eradz Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:55


    @karmaatemycat, those comebacks suck about as much as your mma skills
  129. bustacaps Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:56


    Can't believe people are blind enough to think Diaz won the fight. All Diaz scored on was aggression, yes he moved forward, that's about it. He had no octagon control, or he would have been able to keep Condit where he wanted him, and Condit wouldn't have been able to run circles around him. When it came to damage, well just give Diaz a mirror, those little pats that Diaz thinks are punchs don't amount to a whole lot, so Condit clearly takes the damage portion of the cards. there wasn't much grappling at all, with only a little bit in the last minute of the last round, which i think Condit won aswell, since i don't see how out striking someone for 4 minutes all gets taken away because someone has your back for 45 second. It's good that the judges knew what they were scoring in this fight, and didn't fall for the whole "I'm pushing him back crap", Good call by the judges. P.s. I hope diaz takes his ball and runs far far away with it, and takes his brother two, the sport doesn't need his kind of crap
  130. KarmaAteMyCat Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:59


    @Eradz; Yeah I haven't heard that before very classy amazing skills you have there "You have become more Learned at Slander". Like I said I don't care end result not my fight just my thoughts as I know I'm still better then you on any given sunday I'll sleep soundly thanks. Night everyone.
  131. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:01


    KarmaAteMyCat Says: Sat, 02/04/12 - 10:44 I will only comment on this momentarily as the Diaz hate is an Abundance on Cagepotato and I honestly love you all to much to quarrel. - Diaz controlled the Octagon and had forward movement the entire fight, the only rounds he got out struck in was round four and five, and within the last couple seconds of round three. He lost rounds 1,2,3 thorough like in which I can't even begin to wait to see the Judges score cards. - How did anyone give Carlos forward movement or Octagon control? How did anyone consider him the aggressor? How was he out striking Diaz, WHEN someone walks through your power and is the aggressor and continuous the forward movement while adding punches in bunches without breaking rhythm they win the fight Please refer to Diego Sanchez/Martin Kampmann. - I am not a conspiracy theorist but I am ashamed at the scoring in Mixed Martial Arts. I am ashamed that this happened whatever shit happens they left it to the judges and Dana has me on ignore on twitter already so your right DANA you aren't a judge but I do give a fuck what you think. ------------------------------------ karma I respect your opinion, but you are wrong. blah blah blah, point-counterpoint, no need to even do that with you, BUT Condit broke a record tonight with his strikes, and you cannot deny the facts. Go read em and get that in your mind. Just because you walk someone down all aggressive doesn't make you a winner. Condit out pointed Diaz in each round, including 5. Dana is right he is not a judge. Diaz didn't win a single round. On top of that how can you, who should know better than most on here... how can you support a fucking quitter?
  132. eradz Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:08


    http://blog.fightmetric.com/2012/02/condit-vs-diaz-official-ufc-statistics.html stats
  133. Jersey Shua Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:11


    @ Karma... so your point to say Diaz won is to use the Sanchez/Kampmann fight as an example? A fight that almost everyone here will agree Kampmann won? C'mon man, poor example. Condit outlanded Diaz easily all the way.
  134. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:19


    News & Fight Reports Sunday, February 5, 2012 @carloscondit Breaks UFC Record for Leg Kicks in a Single Fight Carlos Condit took the interim welterweight title at UFC 143 and took another distinction as well. He landed 68 leg kicks against Nick Diaz, setting the record for most leg kicks landed in a single fight. The previous record was 49, landed by Donald Cerrone in his fight against Vagner Rocha, which remains the record for a three-round fight. Through three rounds, Condit had only landed 42 leg kicks. Karma you were saying?
  135. Mike Russell Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:25


    ROUND 1 Condit: 29/63 significant strikes and 30/64 total strikes Diaz: 23/55 significant strikes and 28/60 total strikes ROUND 2 Condit: 29/78 significant strikes and 29/78 total strikes Diaz: 32/64 significant strikes and 35/67 total strikes ROUND 3 Condit: 32/72 significant strikes and 33/74 total strikes Diaz: 22 of 54 significant strikes and 24 of 56 total strikes ROUND 4 Condit: 36/63 significant strikes and 37/64 total strikes Diaz: 11/28 significant strikes and 11/28 total strikes ROUND 5 Condit: 25/44 significant strikes and 30/49 total strikes Diaz: 17/45 significant strikes and 19/47 total strikes
  136. Kid Clam Curtains Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:25


    I'm pretty shitfaced but I think drano may have just shit in karma's mouth.
  137. HandsofGold Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:27


    @KarmaAteMyCat you ask how did condit out strike diaz look at the numbers they don't lie now shut up and pretend to be a fighter
  138. eradz Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:28


    LMAO @ kid clam curtains!!! hahahahahah
  139. Bluntaholic Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:31


    too bad they don't keep track of "laps around the octagon" & "backwards steps taken" or Condit might have broken 3 UFC records tonight.
  140. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:34


    Kid Clam Curtains Says: Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:25 I'm pretty shitfaced but I think drano may have just shit in karma's mouth. ------------------------------ I did NO such thing. Listen, all the haters are gonna hate on karma, but Karma is a very good fighter, and a damn nice guy. he is only a dick cause the haters fucking make him that way. What I did was correct my friend, in a civil way. Unlike the haters here I happen to like Karma and since the day I donated to his cause I have considered myself his friend. He is angry right now, and I understand that feeling I have felt it many times watching fighters I like loss....and I am mostly wrong when it comes to predicting fight outcomes as I pick them with my emotions, while Karma usually always gets his picks right cause he isn't an emotional person when it comes to Thinking. Don't put words in my mouth....nor make light of Karma cause I defend his right to feel how he wants, and if you haters think you are better than he...get your asses in the ring and prove otherwise you are just like Diaz, you talk shit, and make ZERO points.
  141. KarmaAteMyCat Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:34


    Like I said I disagree, Slanderous attempts really make you feel better? Do you think besides coming off as a tool that makes you seem like a more objective party in the situation. "lets call karma out on being a fake fighter that'll get him , hur hur hur". I admit Drano if he did break the record he did, however most of those leg kicks rd one to three were all foot on shin or lower leg that would be the loud smack you were hearing, Power leg kicks the ones that do real damage are thuds, it's more the shin on shin or Shin to thigh aka the sweet spot so sure those kicks count. All the credit in the world to Carlos Condit congratulations to him I HOPE he has nothing but success in his future I just disagree, why am I not aloud to disagree and join the argument without getting the same trolls saying the same shit every single time. At this point it isn't witty, it isn't worth my time to respond to that anymore in fact I am done responding to those type of comments pretty much through and through my opponents records speak for themselves. I don't fight 1-0 2-0 opponent's I don't fight shitty fighters regardless if we're amateur and if I can help it I won't ever be in an amateur bought that requires Shin Guards, I got offered a 1-0 fighter this month and I told them I wanted harder fights. So you got me I am a Poser who like's to make believe he is a fighter who pretends to be Humble and Passive for the most part, You happy? Can you come up with some new Material now? You guys have your opinions I have mine, don't like mine? Ignore me because like I've said I am Cagepotato 4 Life. WAAR POTATO NATION(AGAIN Drano I admit your right on the record thing)
  142. Kid Clam Curtains Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:39


    FTR I've never once hated on karma. Seems lke an alright dude. I'm literally twice his size and too big of a pussy to actually fight. I just log in and say stupid shit. Still condit won.
  143. XENOPHON Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:42


    SonOfSerbia - No shit. I would like Mike Russell to take a count of how many times Condit step backwards during that fight. It has to be a all time 5 round record for distance covered walking backwards. I doubt Diaz could beat him in a triathlon running backwards. Kalib Starnes, you're off the hook, your record has now been broken by Condit.
  144. Kid Clam Curtains Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:45


    Thank god Xeno just showed up to make us all look smart.
  145. dranokills Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:45


    ignore those haters Karma they just want to get under your skin at a weak moment. you are right you ARE cagepotato for life. The only reason I brought up the record was cause I heard em say it on the FX post fight special, then I looked it up while others were swinging their cocks. I didn't do it to make you look bad or hurt you...unlike these clowns. Your opinion is always welcome....hell far as I am concerned, its early bro stay up, keep posting. ha...fuck em if they can't handle you. In the morning that cocklover xeno will be posting on here with his delusional shit and we all can walk away and ignore this thread, ha.
  146. eradz Says:

    Sat, 02/04/12 - 11:46


    @karma, i just like bustin your balls cause you make huge ass posts! anyone who steps in the cage has my respect but the fight was fairly cut and dry on who won imo. @blunt- "too bad they don't keep track of "laps around the octagon" & "backwards steps taken" or Condit might have broken 3 UFC records tonight. " I thought diaz had octagon control?
  147. CungwantsCookies Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 12:05


    i had condit winning 48-47, diaz taking the first and last rounds. i wouldnt have shit a brick if it had gone the other way because the second round was pretty close as well, IMO. 3 & 4 were clearly to condit, again, my opinion. and for the record, karma-hating keyboard warriors can swing from my fat irish nuts. dude has contributed more to this sport, AND this site than most of you.
  148. RSparrow Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 12:13


    Drano and Karma, get a fuckin room you two
  149. RwilsonR Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 12:15


    I am amazed so many people think Diaz won this fight. Because he walked forward and taunted? I wanted Diaz to win this fight to see him fight GSP, but while neither fighter was close to ending the fight, round by round, the scoring wasn't even close. I had Condit winning every round, with rounds one and two being the closest and possibly up for debate. Condit looked the more nervous near the beginning of the fight. As it went on, Diaz was frustrated and had no ability to adjust. Yeah, he walked forward pretty much the whole time. But at what point do you need to look at your gameplan and decide that walking forward isn't really working for you, and you need to do something to win this fight? Condit landed more, landed more significantly, and I can't think of a single round clearly won by Diaz.
  150. RSparrow Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 12:16


    You guys make Nick Ring look like the Dos XX guy
  151. ArmFarmer Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 12:36


    Condit clearly won that fight. I really didn't want it to be true, and was hoping for a bad decision from the judges... but I don't see how you can think Nick won. At best I think 1 and 5 go to nick, 2-4 to Condit. I wanted Nick to win, but his style got shut down. No denying it, perfect gameplan and execution from Condit. Boring, but perfect.
  152. HoldMyDick Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 12:39


    only posted once before about idiot XENO, will again A) Karma, love your insight, first time I watched the fight I agreed with you, I thought 48-47 Diaz, when I heard 49-46 I thought for sure diaz won. But, its like watching the 49er-Giant playoff game, during the game I kept yelling at the Giants receivers "WHY DROP TO THE GROUND IN OPEN SPACE", turns out the because of the weather and all the game-plan for WRs was to get the first down and GO DOWN! After re-watching the Diaz-Condit fight I feel Condit did the same thing, he didn't take chances, played the fight to his advantages, circled out and made the fight where he wanted it. Octagon control should have been awarded to CONDIT, he fought the fight where he wanted it, did diaz ever really corner him? NO? Condit controlled the octagon by circling and staying away from the fence. and kicked the crap out of diaz B)XENO; everything you say sounds stupid. im guessing your an idiotic mayweather fan, BUT HES A COUNTER PUNCHER! right? is that not what condit did, and not only did that but continually beat diaz down... I guess if were gonna go on the basis of: throwing wild shots with no power, and then taunting and yelling at an opponent, then fuck diaz won! PROOF: CECIL PEOPLES WAS A JUDGE, we all know his statement that "leg kicks dont win fights"... If HE THOUGHT CONDIT WON... well damn BTW: Xeno. are you this fucking retarded? you talk out of your fucking ass like a moron. either put down the alcohol or stop commenting, you are make the diaz brothers sound intelligent!
  153. RwilsonR Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 12:43


    And did Big John recently train Herb Dean on his new style of reffing? The "insert yourself into the fight, make yourself more important than the fighters, and talk just to hear the sound of your own voice" school of reffing. I've said this ad nauseum, but the biggest thing holding MMA back is lack of consistency, transparency, and universality of rules for reffing and judging standards. So one person is docked two points arbitrarily because the guy who was kicked in the balls by complete accident writhed on the ground in agony, while another is given a warning... then another warning for an eye poke, but docked nothing. What warrants a two point deduction? An accidental kick that is hard to control when the opponent moves forward into it? Why isn't it given as a penalty more often then? If an accidental kick following a warning is worth a two point deduction, then what about purposely grabbing the shorts and the fence about eight times, and being warned four times about it, like Bisping just did? Why is an accidental foul worth two points while several purposeful fouls don't result in ny deduction? Is it because the opponent rolled on the ground in pain extra long, so it needed an extra penalty? If so, MMA will turn into soccer, where bitches roll on the ground crying trying to get a penalty called. I'm not disputing any of these calls. I'm disputing the arbitrary implementaion of the rules. How can any new fans understand this sport if there is no consistency in application of these rules?
  154. alkku87 Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 01:12


    GSP vs. CONDIT most boring fight ever!!
  155. HoldMyDick Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 01:24


    RwilsonR: great point. needs to be some system, hard to tell what is accidental or on purpose w/inside leg kicks, etc. Things such as illegal kicks/knees to grounded opponent, grabbing cage/shorts/etc; anything purposefully done warrants one warning and then a point deduction thereafter (illegal kicks/knees I think automatic 1 pt; possible NC called by referee(can they?) if fight cant continue).
  156. fatbellyfrank Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 02:17


    Just watched the repeat so now I can comment, yeah, happy with Condit taking that fight, however, some fans may not like the way he executed, that said,he stuck to his game plan, frustrated the fuck out of Nick, fought it on his terms and took the belt home, Condit showed a lot of disclipine to take the belt, well done, thoroughly deserved. Other fights, Big Roy, can you get down to 205, these big blokes are belting you a bit to often, Kos is a complete shithead, to the marrow, but he is true to himself!
  157. cursed5 Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 02:18


    Diaz clearly won every round. Just like Silva did against Sonnen. And Koscheck did against GSP. And Carter did against Reagan.
  158. fatbellyfrank Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 02:20


    @ Drano & karma, yeah get a room, then order the liquor, blow and hookers and I'll be there shortly
  159. fatbellyfrank Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 02:41


    Tonight, the UFC is putting an interim welterweight belt on the line, to be decided by two gamebred sons-of-bitches who go out to take scalps, not win points. If Nick Diaz vs. Carlos Condit isn’t a thrilling fight, I’ll eat my hat. ................................................................. Someone didn't read CP before there fight, Carlos, I'm lookin at you, however, due to the game plan executed his nickname is now Carlos "The cerebral Assassin" Condit
  160. Robpd22 Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 03:05


    RwilsonR: sometimes I think you're inside my head. 100% agree with your last two posts. I was yelling at BJ Penn the whole fight against Diaz saying "get the fuck off the cage". I was really happy to see Condit didn't get sucked in by the B.S. trash talking and start trading with someone who just wants to trade. Apparently if you don't let Nick sub you or stand directly in front of him the entire fight then you're a pussy and you lose according to Stockton rules. After the BJ fight I was on here saying I couldn't see GSP getting that gassed after 3 rounds and I couldn't see him standing against the cage taking that much punishment. Unfortunately GSP didn't get to expose Diaz but Condit showed what happens when you don't stand in front of Diaz the whole time. I hope Diaz comes back though, I think if he sits down and watches the fight rationally he could learn a lot about his own weaknesses and be even stronger.
  161. Dagnut Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 06:30


    So 2 major lessons in 2 weeks for you guys...first Sonnen and now Diaz...don't believe the hype
  162. bootystar Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 06:49


    condo it the fish that didn't fall for the sport fisherman's bait, motoring his boat everywhere looking for fish
  163. holeeball Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 06:50


    It's a good thing they fight inside a locked up enclosure, otherwise they might have ended up in Canada. The sad part is I'm not even exaggerating it one bit.
  164. bootystar Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 06:50


    finally someone cracked the diaz gameplan, he's another machida now
  165. bootystar Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 07:02


    no sense for condit to blast himself tired in one round & get Koed from exhastion. he fought to fight 5 rounds, while Diaz was taken out of his happy place & didn't know how to adapt. another gracie, big name but the world passed on by
  166. Dagnut Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 07:08


    bootystar Says: Sun, 02/05/12 - 06:50 finally someone cracked the diaz gameplan, he's another machida now Yeah the unbeatable Diaz.. who was beating such high quality opponents at the top of their game...have we been watching the same fighter? Do you have human eyes?
  167. bootystar Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 07:10


    I knew a guy who fired a few dudes from work for doing stuff, but he rehired them.
  168. Dagnut Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 07:13


    What?
  169. bootystar Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 07:27


    I used to be in fighting but was tired of the juicing so I quit
  170. XENOPHON Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 07:41


    @HoldMyDick - LOL, you might want to include all the Karate-kid ballet spins that Condit preformed and never landed. They looked fast, snappy, and flashy but was there any indication that he injured or landed damage to Diaz. I didn't see it, and neither did anyone else. What you saw was the most impressive retreat in UFC history. It should have been a draw, there was no clear winner. As for the taunting and yelling, its not like that was uncommon for a Diaz. I don't know who expended more energy, Condit with his back peddling, or Diaz screaming at him to slow down. GRIN Lastly, I know, you're right about how fucked up I am. I am just stupid. Can I just stand next to you for a while, holding my dick while both of us try to look intelligent?
  171. XENOPHON Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 07:51


    The next big question, will Diaz leave the UFC...I don't know if his contract is up, or allows for it. (HINT - hey CP, maybe you could look into this and be the first news source to write an article) But it gets better....................................................................................... At the end of the fight, Ferttita was looking very concerned and standing in Nicks corner with arms folded tight. That usually means some one is not happy with what he is hearing, learned, or had been told.............................................................................................. At first I was wondering why would the real owner of the UFC be spending time with the guy that was just declared the loser, yet cared less to go coddle his new interim champ - Kid Condit. Then it dawned on me what really was really at stake. Come on CP Staff, go back at re-watch the tape, and you writers tell us everything you can about Fertitta's actions.
  172. ccman Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:04


    As MRuss posted, diaz even lost in the stat sheets, which generally are what Diaz fans wave as their smoking gun of proof, so with nick being outstruck, what exactly are you arguing as 'this is why he won'? Walking foward? Wasn't effective. Damage? Nick recieved all the damage. I honestly can't see how anyone could argue beyond a 48-47 loss. Which is still a loss.
  173. bootystar Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:10


    I knew an actor who played a guy on the office, & his lines were that he was supposed to quit that episode
  174. ccman Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:13


    Xeno, I've seen the fertitta enter the cage numerous time, usually checks on the loser and congradulates the winner. I saw basically the same thing except I saw Diaz being intimated and rambling at him and him staying calm. Last night I guessed he was counting the bundle he blew trying to prop Diaz up as legitimate and wondering how much it will take to push a condit v. Gsp card.
  175. XENOPHON Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:19


    @ArmFarmer - QUOTE: "Condit clearly won that fight".......................................................................................You are too respected to say something like that. Redux
  176. bootystar Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:20


    I knew a bar that was pretty rough, fights, strippers till a guy with a tie bought it, then anyone who wore looked tipsy was cut off from drinking.
  177. bootystar Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:27


    had some juice last night during the fight before condit vs Diaz, it was that good I would remember
  178. KarmaAteMyCat Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:29


    So Diaz "lost" to a top fighter in a VERY CLOSE if not obviously controvertial Decision I saw a Split decision for either fighter. Not a unanimous decision. Seriously? I'm done arguing particulars so lets look at this "Objectively". Did Carlos Dominate Nick? No, the fight was incredibly close and very evenly Matched I think another fight would go much differently. I see no shame in a loss to Carlos Condit this guy is a legit fighter! Why are people already saying Diaz is a hoax? He's already proven at least give him his dues try and not be a blatant hater.
  179. J. Jones Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:36


    Anyone who thinks Nick Diaz won that fight probably thinks Machida beat Shogun...the second time they fought.
  180. bootystar Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:40


    Dana looks like's built like a fighter too, he's a friggin pitbull all of a sudden
  181. dranokills Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:51


    KarmaAteMyCat Says: Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:29 So Diaz "lost" to a top fighter in a VERY CLOSE if not obviously controvertial Decision I saw a Split decision for either fighter. Not a unanimous decision. Seriously? I'm done arguing particulars so lets look at this "Objectively". Did Carlos Dominate Nick? No, the fight was incredibly close and very evenly Matched I think another fight would go much differently. I see no shame in a loss to Carlos Condit this guy is a legit fighter! Why are people already saying Diaz is a hoax? He's already proven at least give him his dues try and not be a blatant hater. -------------------------------- Brother man, there is NO room in MMA for the Diaz's of the world, and even if they opened arms wide to TRY to except his thug-ninja style, he would shit on everyone who was kind to him. Face facts Diaz doesn't change and against a real top fighter he would never win. You may think he is fun to watch, but the fact is he is nothing but an over skilled bully who has no respect for the sport or for the fans. It's best to let him go. I think Diaz has mental issues, he is a social illiterate and he has the worst sportsmanship I have ever seen.
  182. RwilsonR Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:51


    @ Karma - I respect your opinion on the outcome of the fight, even if I really disagree with you about the winner. But your last post starts with an opinion I can't respect, because it is one of the most infuriating things to me that is still often said by MMA fans (and even MMA journalists). It should have been a split decision? Are you serious?! Why, because it is close? A split decision does not mean a fight was close. It means one of the judges got it wrong. It is an outlying statistic that should happen rarely due to human error, not due to good judging. The goal should be to eliminate human error, and have a consistent outcome each time. That doesn't always happen, but to suggest that a judge should have seen the fight incorrectly is just wrong. It is not a matter of opinion - it is just wrong. And a unanimous decision in a close fight does not say anything about how close the fight was. Hell, you could have a 50-45 decision that was razor thin, but each round one fighter barely did enough to win each time. All a unanimous decision reflects is that the judges are in agreement on the outcome, which should be the goal assuming they were watching the same fight.
  183. KarmaAteMyCat Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 08:58


    @Rwr; I said I was fine with a draw.
  184. RwilsonR Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 09:04


    @ Karma - one thing I do agree with you about was that neither fighter completely dominated the other, and both are good fighters. I thought this fight was akin to Edgar vs Penn or Edgar vs Maynard. One fighter outworked and out-gameplanned a dangerous opponent in a close match. But I think like Edgar did in both of his rematches, I would now favor Condit to win in a rematch with Diaz. Condit proved he was the smarter fighter, and will learn more from this fight and come back stronger and smarter still. I think like Penn and Maynard, Diaz is a talented fighter who isn't always the smartest, and is stubborn in the way he likes to do things.
  185. RwilsonR Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 09:06


    @ Karma - a draw is fine, but my point was that you should never "see" a split decision. A draw or UD is a real outcome. A split decision is an incorrect judge.
  186. Jackbequick Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 09:14


    At first, I had Diaz getting screwed out of a razor-thin decision. Then realizing that I really wanted Diaz to fight GSP, I decided to look at fight metrics. Wow, how picking a favorite in a fight can change your view of things. That said, I've always been a Condit fan since he was tearing up WEC. Good for him to take the title. So long as the fight with GSP is exciting, then I can appreciate this outcome more. Feel me?
  187. Jackbequick Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 09:18


    On a lighter note, post-fight, Stephen Thompson did a McTwist into a Dragon-Ball Z power up that literally blew my mind.
  188. XENOPHON Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 09:30


    ccman - Sure your right, but the stats didn't say that most every strike Condit threw was while in a retreat. Nor do they talk about about how fast Diaz got that leg lock as Condit's "OH SHIT" meter went bat-shit as he struggled to defend that left arm from kimura, and his neck from being squeezed by a Diaz choke. .............................................................................If you watch that fight with non of Rogan and Goldie, you see a fight with one man running backwards, stopping on occasion to attempt a spin of sorts, then running backwards again. Sure the kicks of Condit where top notch, but many that landed didn't fully connect. Proof, Diaz was chasing him nearly all 5 rounds. ........................................................................................Was Diaz going to beat up GSP with that show, likely not. Then again, is Condit going to be able to make GSP look bad enough to keep that belt when he spends more of his time getting away from a fight vs actually standing any ground?.........................................................................................If it wasn't for the cage, at the rate Condit was back stepping he would been able to make home for dinner from Vegas to New Mexico in the same 25 minutes.........................................................................................Diaz only needed to do one thing different to win that fight decisively. Instead of doing the slow stalk, he needed to stalk at twice the pace. If Dirtweed had done that, Condit would have never been able to stop long enough to ever plant his feet.
  189. humperdinkal Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 10:05


    I'd agree with the Condit/Diaz play by play except for rd. 2. Diaz in my opinion won one and only ONE rd. that being the fifth. Condit, outscored Diaz via punches, utilized various skills(legs, back spins,etc..) in countering the one strength Diaz has had success against many of his opponents. Gang banging them against the wall, using that octopus reach and throwing tons of punches that eventually tire out his opponent. Condit, was very smart in studying up and taking advantage of that skillset Diaz had, converting it into a major flaw. It was clear Diaz was frustrated. He couldnt' keep Condit against the wall. What should Condit have done. Stood there and let Diaz keep hitting him? Instead his cardio was up to par with Diaz which many opponents do not have, and he utilized his kicks in keeping Diaz away, along with being that night the much better fighter. Each round Condit exposed Diaz. Rd. 5, Diaz got lucky. He took Condit down and because of that, won the last rd.
  190. Nippletwist Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 10:24


    bullshit diaz won that fight, he'll probably end up getting a shot at gsp anyway at some point if he does keep fighting and judges stop ripping him off
  191. dranokills Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 10:42


    Nippletwist Says: Sun, 02/05/12 - 10:24 bullshit diaz won that fight, he'll probably end up getting a shot at gsp anyway at some point if he does keep fighting and judges stop ripping him off --------------------------------- Welcome back Nick, we REALLY thought you were gonna be a cunt and quit. It's good to have you back.
  192. HandsofGold Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 11:03


    I love how people say "oh well he landed them in retreat" That is fucking counter punching. Learn your shit. Diaz had 5 rounds to figure out something and didn't oh but he sure did try wrestling condit down 3 times in that fight, if im right isn't diaz the guy that bitches about wrestlers. (brushes shoulders off)
  193. XENOPHON Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 12:06


    Who is fucking DranoKills and where does the fuck reside? Anyone know, I want to punch this fuckhead in nose this afternoon...it would be so much fun.
  194. dranokills Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 02:19


    XENOPHON Says: Sun, 02/05/12 - 12:06 Who is fucking DranoKills and where does the fuck reside? Anyone know, I want to punch this fuckhead in nose this afternoon...it would be so much fun. ----------------------------- Nigga PLEASE!!! You couldn't beat your meat.
  195. XENOPHON Says:

    Sun, 02/05/12 - 05:25


    LOL
  196. Dagnut Says:

    Mon, 02/06/12 - 12:59


    So is Conduit even a genuine top contender? would he beat Koscheck, Shanchez or Kapman..would he even beat Fitch or Shields?? .................who exactly has he beat? Dan Hardy and Nick Diaz? This has probably been the easiest route ANY fighter has had to a belt...you guys have worse memories than goldfish...when this division pans out and people get the fights they deserve, overcome injuries etc..conduit and Diaz will be distant memories
  197. ‘UFC 143: Diaz vs Condit’ Aftermath Part I–Two Steps Forward, One Step Back | Rocked MMA Says:

    Wed, 02/08/12 - 07:18


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  198. Condit Waiting the Rest of 2012 for GSP Fight [VIDEO] « Rocked MMA Says:

    Tue, 03/13/12 - 08:13


    [...] UFC interim welterweight champ Carlos Condit made a stop by HDNet’s Inside MMA last night and revealed his intention to wait on his Team Jackson stablemate Georges St-Pierre to return from knee surgery, instead of taking a bout in the interim. [...]
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    Fri, 04/27/12 - 03:26


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