UFC 154: GSP vs. Condit Primetime Show (Episode 2)

UFC 154 fight week is now officially underway with a second episode of St. Pierre vs. Condit Primetime show.

UFC Primetime continues to reveal the behind the scenes of fighters preparing for what could be easily labeled as the most important fight of their careers. Georges St. Pierre set his camp at the famous Tristar Gym in Montreal, Canada, while Carlos Condit hails from Albuquerque, New Mexico.

This will be GSP’s first fight in 18 months, while Carlos Condit comes off a somewhat controversial victory over Nick Diaz, also carrying a reasonable ringrust. The fight will determine the identity of the Undisputed UFC Welterweight champion, but according to St. Pierre – Carlos Condit is currently the true champion, and he’s the challenger.

Make sure to check LowKick.com this week for full UFC 154 coverage, with pre-fight interviews, weigh-ins, press conferences, live chat, and much more.



14 Comments

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    KeithFarrell

    November 12, 2012 at 4:11 am

    That Muay Thai fighter looks like a beast, like how since he is the invited guest they reset his beliefs and don’t do anything he will find disrespectful

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    Clinch_z_Demise

    November 12, 2012 at 6:25 am

    I think they credit the thai guys a little too much, sure their shins are like bats but they really dont deal well with hand speed.

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    Rock'em Sock'em

    November 12, 2012 at 7:22 am

    GSP – might just be out to kill this time – he better be because Condit will be.
    Side note : Condit’s girl is nice! Where’s GSP’s family is he just all business?

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    grandslam

    November 12, 2012 at 8:35 am

    I am all fired up! November 17th…..

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    mindkontrolle

    November 12, 2012 at 9:36 am

    CARLOS CONDIT IS THE CHAMP???? LOL!!!!!!!

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    darejz00

    November 12, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    It is true that most Thais really don’t do well against solid boxer hands but I still reckon they deserve all the credit they get. Good Muay Thai is extremely overwhelming against anyone.
    Look up fighters like Saenchai, Paykaroon or even Dieselnoi for his clinch, that is true Muay Thai. Saenchai also has a perfect 5-0 professional boxing record.

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    Cookie77

    November 12, 2012 at 3:29 pm

    This John Dannaher (sp) sounds like a deep intelligent man I wonder if he has his own school?

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    Kris-tyahn

    November 13, 2012 at 12:54 am

    That Muay Thai guy kicked 18 times in under 9 secs, so basically 2 kicks per second, and they weren’t lil panzy kicks, they were I’m going to **** you up kicks, 18X. I didn’t count the 1st “warm up” or the last “cool down” kick, just the ones he went bananas. That was sick to watch, usually after 6-8 kicks you’d see a dicrease in strength, but this guy, NO SIR it was pretty consistent power kick, I guess there’s a reason why he’s only a 6 time world Champ!!! Left leg Hospital – Right leg … morgue!

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    DKMcGrath

    November 13, 2012 at 3:56 am

    Condits down with no-shave november.

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    ksooner76

    November 13, 2012 at 12:03 pm

    I think it is bad ass that GSP says Carlos is not the interim but the
    “”TRUE”” champ andplans to get his belt back that he had a contract with UFC bottom line at least 1 fight in 12 months and has been past that so he breached the contract and Carlos is Champ….BUT is a scary fight for him….HOW would you like to be gone for over a year and your 1st fight is the best Carlos anyone has seen ….will be one
    of the greatest fights of the year the GSP of old and a guy that will actually come to fight cause alot of these guys come and run there mouth how there going to do this and that ,..bell rings and they dont do shit they said they were going to do,..how they were going to take the fight to him but …..”bing”bing”” and nothing then its GSP layed and prayed or whatever guys that good, GSP has no control his job is not to lose the belt….if guys would do what they say take the fight to him
    like fighters use to we will see the fighter of old GSP has a way of what ever that fighter bring and fighting that way and beating them
    if they come to grind it out he out grinds them if they come to fight then he throws down but he will not make a mistake or take a reckless move and risk the belt and legacy so it will always be up to the fighter
    fighting him on what will happen in the fight if the guy is scared to commit will be like the Koscheck fight but if the come to fight Hghes,Serra,,Herion…then its on

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    ksooner76

    November 13, 2012 at 12:46 pm

    guys that are champs there are GREAT!!! INSANE!!!! at what they do
    im just guessing you havent seenor watched much on this cause
    it is a relegion ppl send there kids off to a camp at early age and when I say most like 85% 90% have fights 150 200ppl or better the guys who
    make it to the CHAMP level are no joke…they have earned the respect
    its like UFC fans and MMA fans is a huge difference

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    buschbeater82

    November 13, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    I’m gonna need a designated driver Nov 17th.

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    azzkika

    November 14, 2012 at 2:04 am

    GSP had 4 hookers in a hot tub waiting for him.

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    azzkika

    November 14, 2012 at 2:05 am

    November 17th is tricky business.

    PS: Imagine the sight of GSP having to leg it from 75 yr old grumpy gramps.

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