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UFC 143 Striking Breakdown: Nick Diaz vs. Carlos Condit

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By Jack Slack

The upcoming welterweight tilt between Nick Diaz and Carlos Condit at UFC 143 (February 4th, Las Vegas) is an exciting prospect for casual viewers and passionate fans alike. The match-up will answer no questions about Diaz or Condit’s ability to deal with the great wrestlers of the division — Diaz in fact hasn’t fought a real takedown artist in half a decade — but it promises to be a damn good tear-up. With Georges St. Pierre out of the fight game for a while and an interim title on the line it also provides just what UFC brass has likely been seeking: We will finally see an exciting striker at the top of the welterweight division.

The match is expected to stay on the feet and it is hoped the two men will “bang it out” until one is left standing. Assuming that neither fighter will come out with the plan of exposing the other’s takedown defense, this article examines the assets and deficits in each man’s bag of tricks from the standing position.

Nick Diaz’s Boxing

Much has been made of Nick Diaz’s pugilistic talent, and rightly so. His excellence while boxing against pure strikers over recent years almost excuses the lack of skilled wrestlers on his record in that time. Nick has taken on the likes of Paul Daley, Evangelista ‘Cyborg’ Santos, KJ Noons, BJ Penn, and Marius Zaromskis in striking contests and got the better of all of them through his ferocity, grit and unique style.

Diaz is a prolific volume puncher, having been known to crash the Compustrike computer by throwing over a hundred punches a round. His form is not attractive in that it rarely provides one-punch knockouts, but his straights are uncompromisingly straight, his hooks loop in behind his opponents guard and when he sets his feet he rips terrific punches to his opponents’ torso; unquestionably he is the poster boy for body-punching in the sport.

Nick often attacks almost side-on in an old fashioned boxing stance with his lead foot turned in, allowing him to turn his lead shoulder further towards his opponent and gain a couple more inches on his already considerable reach (a stylistic feature he shares with his younger brother Nate). Often taking a few substantial punches in the opening exchanges, the Diaz brothers seem near impossible to knock unconscious, yet every opponent they face seems to labor under the illusion that they will be the first to do so.

In addition to his brilliant jab and body work, Diaz also draws punches better than any fighter in the sport — sticking his chin out and raising his hands in the taunting posture that has become iconic in MMA fight photography. As soon as his opponents attempt to punch his head he slips or parries and counters with a salvo of his own blows. Factor in Nick’s habit of throwing multiple punches with the same hand consecutively (“doubling up” or “lever punching”), his ability to launch double-digit punch combinations, his range, and his aptitude for changing rapidly from offense to counter-punching, and Diaz’s boxing begins to look more and more like a minefield for Carlos Condit.

What may interest some fans of fight strategy is the question mark over Nick’s ability to take a body shot. The last man to beat him was the lightweight KJ Noons, who had Diaz breathing hard and attempting to fight from the “butt scoot” position through the use of body punches in the opening stanza of their first meeting. Unfortunately this fight was called off due to the cuts which had opened on Nick’s face at the end of the first round and Noons largely neglected body work when they fought for a second time at welterweight, so the question mark over Diaz’s abdomen remains.

Carlos Condit’s Muay Thai

Condit for his part lacks the boxing prowess of Diaz — often allowing his elbows to flare out when on guard or punching, exposing his body — which could be costly against Diaz, but he has crisp combinations and power to his shots. Being a long, lanky fighter, Condit throws his punches in what are best described as “looping straights,” similar to the way Tommy Hearns threw his right hand in an arc to use momentum.

Condit is also the owner of a solid left hook as he demonstrated against Dan Hardy, though it was his attacking of Hardy’s front knee, taking away Hardy’s stance and making him reluctant to be the aggressor which meant Condit could step into punching range and land his power. If Condit has used that win over Hardy to convince himself that his hands are world-class he may run into problems as he finds out just the same way Donald Cerrone did a few weeks back against Nate Diaz that good punching does not equate to good boxing.

Where Condit does excel however is in combining kicks and punches and in throwing his opponents off of their game with his unusual arsenal of techniques. Great grapplers such as Dong Hyun Kim have had trouble with Condit because of his ability to keep them at range and punish them when they step in. His reach is substantial to begin with but he often uses front kicks to establish an even greater distance between himself and his opponent — such as the one he threw at Kim before finishing him with a spectacular flying knee strike.

One of the interesting points coming into this fight is the weakness against low kicks that both the Diaz brothers have show in the past. Evangelista Santos, Hayato Sakurai and Paul Daley use kicks far less commonly than Condit and found great success against Nick Diaz with low kicks before mysteriously abandoning them to swing for Diaz’s head when he taunted them. Several weeks ago, Donald Cerrone, after being beaten savagely in the first round attempting to box with Nate Diaz, showed how effective kicks could be against the Diaz brothers, but also demonstrated the need to commit to them early when he gassed — just as Santos did against Nick Diaz.

The front-foot-turned-in stances that the brothers present mean that they are particularly vulnerable to kicks to the outside of the leg, rather than the inside. As southpaws, kicking the outside of their lead leg requires the opponent to use his lead leg, just as Fedor Emelianenko did to break Jeff Monson’s leg in November, and this would be a good strategy for Condit to follow. His push kick to the knee may also buckle Nick’s leg inward while preventing Nick from entering punching range, and it would be sensible for Condit to commit to this from the beginning in an attempt to slow Diaz down and limit engagements. When he does find himself in punching range it is in his interest to immediately attempt a Thai Plum or neck clinch in order to prevent Diaz’s combination punching and enable himself to land the clinch knees that have changed the course of so many of his matches.

The Bottom Line:

Carlos Condit is not going to be able to knock Nick Diaz out with pure punching any more than Paul Daley, Cyborg Santos, or Scott Smith could. However, if he combines his biting kicks (particularly his push kick to the knee) with punching combinations, and never attempts to engage Diaz in prolonged exchanges, instead choosing to tie him up or circle out, he may be able to strike his way to a decision or even stop Nick with a high kick or knees.

For Nick Diaz the game plan is clear — get close enough to volume punch against a taller opponent with an identical reach, a challenge he has never faced before. He must convince Condit to meet him in punching range (and his gamesmanship has proven to be up to the task before) or push Condit backwards to prevent him from kicking. Donald Cerrone had so much trouble kicking in the second and third rounds against Nate Diaz even though it was having an effect simply because it is impossible to kick with power while backing up, and eating any amount of punches is detrimental to a fighter’s discipline and wind. If Diaz can begin to back up Carlos Condit by the end of round one, we are unlikely to see Condit reverse the momentum of the fight in the second or third round.

Jack Slack is an author for HeadKickLegend.com and blogs at http://fightsgoneby.blogspot.com where he breaks down striking technique in boxing, kickboxing and MMA.

Comments

  1. jgtokyo Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 07:53


    Don't forget that this will be a five round fight and Diaz is a Triathlete with tons of cardio. Will Condit be able to keep pace if it goes into the later rounds.
  2. JoseMonkey Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:06


    Solid article, Jack. Well done.
  3. WARBONG Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:15


    blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah...WAR FUKIN DIAZ! but yeah, Carlos is a bad mother fuker too...this is gonna be a MOTHER FUKIN WAR...like fight of the mother fukin year WAR...YYYEAHHHHH!!! GSWHO???
  4. WARBONG Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:17


    oh yeah, nice article.
  5. WarpedAcorn Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:22


    Wow, look forward to some more technical articles like this!
  6. RSparrow Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:23


    Michael phelps - weed, great cardio. Nick Diaz -weed, great cardio. This shit ain't that bad is it
  7. RSparrow Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:27


    Rogan - weed, sharp commentating
  8. RSparrow Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:29


    Myklhoey - weed, best flows on da block
  9. Mofo Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:35


    In that poster, it looks like we're looking in through the bedroom window of some strung out meth heads about to have some really rough sex.
  10. Zescape Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:41


    "If Diaz can begin to back up Carlos Condit by the end of round one, we are unlikely to see Condit reverse the momentum of the fight in the second or third round." I agree, but isn't this a 5 round fight?
  11. RearNakedSpoon Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:49


    WAR CONDUIT! He's going to make wigger pie, out of this guy...
  12. jimbonics Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:50


    Jesus Christ look at that chin.
  13. RwilsonR Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:55


    Wait, when did this site choose to have serious articles? I... kinda... liked it. Nice breakdown Jack.
  14. Jugger Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 09:00


    Solid article. I could stand to see more of this on CP. And let me just say, I can stand seeing fighters use the front push-kick to the knee. That, to me, is like cranking a kneebar just to end a career. Also, I think that many fighters look at them as a dirty strike (like a groin shot). If I remember correctly, Jones threw one and Rampage, and 'Page stood back and shrugged at him, like, "Why you gotta throw that dirty stuff?"
  15. Kintamachikara Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 09:06


    Good article. nice to read a technical breakdown of the different styles. MORE PLEASE.
  16. KeithHackneyWindmillPalmStrike Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 09:16


    That is a HARDCORE mean mug on that poster from Diaz
  17. Dagnut Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 09:24


    I don't rate either as high level strikers tbh.. conduit was outclassed by the only really good technical fighter he has faced ,Kampmann..Diaz has a very exciting style and is super tough but I don't think he's top level boxer ... good but not top level...he needs his spectacular cardio as he wastes a lot of shots..but I suppose this keeps on the relentless pressure but again has he faced any other good strikers? Daley ha d him seriously rocked and IMO threw that fight away by being seriously impatient... it should be a great fight don't get me wrong but I think work rate and raw desire are their better attributes not their technical striking...just my 2 cents ...great article but no disrespect..we are quick enough on here to diss the writing so credit where it's due
  18. Null Kuhl Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 09:25


    Yes, really excellent article. Thanks, Jack!
  19. Me likey Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 09:39


    diaz is good at boxing because of his output. his technique is nothing to emulate. he keeps his head straight up during exchanges and if it wasn't for his range he would get dropped more often than he currently does. he makes people back up from the volume of his attack and that is where his true skill is. volume and ability to sustain the volume of punches he throws.
  20. Get Off Me Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 09:42


    What needs to be mentioned when looking at striking with diaz/Condit is that this will be the first time Diaz fights an opponent with the same size and reach. . If Condit can eat a few of Diaz's shots early and answer with his own, we may see Carlos finish Diaz. The longer the fight stays standing, the less chance Condit has of winning. The caveat is that Condit trains under Jackson and may just force the fight to the ground en route to a decision win.
  21. mcw89138 Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 10:01


    Diaz is the closest thing to Joe Calzaghe I've ever seen. Because high volume punchers like Diaz and Calzaghe tend to keep their arms extended a lot, their peripheral vision field is limited. Condit needs to try to catch Diaz with some blind shots - i.e., hooks and uppercuts originating from below and to the sides of Diaz's limited field of vision, as well as straight, crips counter punches. Condit should check out the early rounds of Calzaghe's fights against Jones and Hopkins - both men managed to drop Calzaghe with blind shots. High volume punchers like Diaz and Calzaghe also tend to be flatfooted in late rounds, so Condit should look to attack Diaz's frail-looking legs once he notices Diaz becomes flatfooted.
  22. Mofo Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 10:13


    TL/DR
  23. Mofo Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 10:14


    Just kidding. Yeh that's the first time I've seen a truly technical article on this site. Keep it up!
  24. MMAFool Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 10:21


    Daley had Diaz flat on his face. Any other fighter would have finished that fight right then and there.
  25. XENOPHON Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 10:52


    @Slacking Jack - what about when they get intertwined on the deck and start rolling around? . Is Condit a threat to Diaz, or is it the opposite way around? . You mentioned elbows, but that was it?
  26. dude Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 10:53


    Excellent article...Awesome breakdown of the upcoming fight...A+ journalist...highly recommended...will definitely read from this dude again!
  27. XENOPHON Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 11:08


    Dude your a push over. . You never like anyone's articles and complain all the time...not your soft for Jumping Jack Flash - what gives?
  28. RwilsonR Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 11:26


    I do think it needs to be pointed out that Diaz was basically outstruck by a lot of hose opponents you mention, in both power and technique, but overcame it due to cardio and just a solid chin. You addressed his chin, but not that Noons (first time, in shape), BJ, and even Daley were certainly getting the better of Diaz before cut stoppage, lazy cardio, or stupid game planning lost out for each of them. While Diaz is good at finding his mark, he does leave himself a pretty open target.
  29. Mofo Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 11:30


    What gives? It's another conspiracy Xeno!
  30. XENOPHON Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 11:55


    @Mofo . Id tell you if there was one. . What conspiracy is this? . My boy "dude Says" hates every post, now suddenly he is giving out "A+" on Jack Flashes first assignment. . Its not like him....I can see that, can't you?
  31. Jack Slack Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 12:15


    Cheers folks, Xenophon, I don't think I mentioned anything about elbows. The reason I didn't mention what would happen on the ground is because this is a stand up analysis. It could well turn into a stalling contest or a Jiu Jitsu war, but I know far less about those elements. Jack Slack
  32. RSparrow Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 12:55


    Jumping jack slack mounted xenos back...
  33. rophelius Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 01:17


    This article is well written and was fun to read. Thank you, Author!
  34. BryanF Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 01:18


    @rsparrow then placed an attack on his crack, like THAT!
  35. Mofo Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 01:29


    Xeno - I withrdaw my ball-busting. Any time you want to give crap to someone who does nothing but complain about CP I'm in agreement.
  36. XENOPHON Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 01:41


    @Jack Slack Says: . "...often allowing his elbows to flare out when on guard or punching, exposing his body..." . Please reread - Carlos Condit’s Muay Thai, first couple sentences. . That one gets a "D-" bro...
  37. Jack Slack Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 01:48


    Yeah I searched the article for references to elbows... what on earth does "what about when they get intertwined on the deck and start rolling aroun Is Condit a threat to Diaz, or is it the opposite way around? . You mentioned elbows, but that was it?" mean? Condit could try to land some standing elbows I suppose... but I still fail to see what you're getting at. Jack Slack
  38. Mofo Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 01:49


    Xeno he's talking about when a striker lets their elbows flare out while standing, instead of keeping a "number eleven". He's not talking about throwing bows on the ground.
  39. Jack Slack Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 01:52


    Ah sorry folks! Coulda made that clearer I suppose...
  40. Mofo Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 02:44


    Jack for me the most interesting comments in the article were about the lead foot being sideways. Hadn't really thought about that before, though as soon as you said it I was like "yeh THAT'S what's so weird about their stance".
  41. elburrogrande Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 03:07


    "If Diaz can begin to back up Carlos Condit by the end of round one, we are unlikely to see Condit reverse the momentum of the fight in the second or third round." good read except the author ended it thinking it was a 3 round fight. He needs to reevaluate his analysis for a 5 round fight.
  42. frenger Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 03:33


    cheers for the article, nice work
  43. Jack Slack Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 03:35


    Apologies folks, I did realise this was a 5 round fight, I just wrote 2nd and 3rd from habit. So to correct; if Condit backs up in the first I doubt he'll recapture momentum in any of the subsequent rounds.
  44. XENOPHON Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 03:53


    @ Jack Slack - go take a smoke break. I did think you meant "elbows to flare out when on guard" . You really don't know what a deck is? In the military the ground (floor) is often refereed to as the deck. Such as the deck of a ship. . Your best bit of critical analysis was this: . If Condit has used that win over Hardy to convince himself that his hands are world-class he may run into problems as he finds out just the same way Donald Cerrone did a few weeks back against Nate Diaz that "...good punching does not equate to good boxing." . @ MoJO - your my hero. I owe you one "free pass."
  45. eatthecage Says:

    Tue, 01/17/12 - 06:13


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    Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:34


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  47. ronburgundy Says:

    Wed, 01/18/12 - 12:30


    fuck this xeno motherfucker knows nothing about nothing, go away
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    Sun, 01/22/12 - 06:40


    In response to the post by "WARBONG" on 1/17, shown below. Are you 12 years old or what? Are you inbetween bong hits or just frustrated with life? How about to try to discuss a topic as an adult and add your thoughts without acting like a 4th grader that just learned his first new swear words!!! (SEE WARBONG'S POST BELOW)!!! WARBONG Says: Tue, 01/17/12 - 08:15 blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah…WAR FUKIN DIAZ! but yeah, Carlos is a bad mother fuker too…this is gonna be a MOTHER FUKIN WAR…like fight of the mother fukin year WAR…YYYEAHHHHH!!! GSWHO???
  53. niki Says:

    Sun, 01/22/12 - 06:53


    Nick Diaz should be able to win based on his cardio and continuous punch output. Condit is no slouch and his kicks scare me. If he can keep Diaz off of him and get in a few good leg kicks to the head to rock Diaz, he's got a chance. The problem is Diaz has a great chin. Maybe the best path would be for Condit to try to chop out Nicks wheels so he can't throw as many or as hard with his volume punching. If Nick gets too brave, too early, and tries to walk through the Condit power and take the attitude two to give one, he may get caught. For that strategy to work, he has to get Carlos tired first. On the ground, Diaz wins all day!!! Diaz in the 4th, TKO, or wins a decision based on cardio and sheer number of punches.
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