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Carlos Condit Wants Rematch Against Nick Diaz, Dana White Confirms

Carlos Condit is coming of a controversial win over Nick Diaz at UFC 143, a win that many MMA fans disagreed on according to various polls across the internet.  Condit was confident in his win over Diaz and was now focused on facing UFC welterweight champ Georges St Pierre sometime in November 2012.  However, with all of the controversy going on behind his last fight against Diaz, the “Natural Born Killer” has decided to accept an immediate rematch to prove that he was the better fighter.

We’ll hear more on the possibility of a Condit vs Diaz rematch this Friday, February 10th.

UFC President Dana White confirmed the news via Twitter:

@justScrap85 @carloscondit @malkikawa–  the rumor is true. Carlos did accept the fight today and Carlos is coming on Friday not thur…Carlos wanted it…Nick wanted the rematch the same night.

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. andykattt

    February 8, 2012 at 9:15 am

    The problem still remains, should judges be giving the advantage to the fighter with more points or more damage. In this case Carlos won a points battle.

  2. Joe Pic

    February 8, 2012 at 11:13 am

    Everyone wants to say Carlos ran away from him, blah blah blah. You have Nick Diaz coming at you and cornering you…..are you going to stay there so he can pound you?? FUCK NO. You are going to get out of that corner asap and reset in the center. Thats exactly what he did. Carlos didnt do an Anderson Silva and dodge everything with nothing in return. He attacked. People need to understand what a game plan is all about.

  3. Frank Dux

    February 8, 2012 at 11:58 pm

    Nick Diaz pushed the pace, but Condit had the better gameplan to win the judges over. Condit had more strikes landed than Diaz. Diaz kept pushing forward, but never really put him into any danger. I’d def pay to see a rematch. I wonder if Condit is pissed with fans saying that he lost, all he had to do was chill and wait for GSP. I think Condit is gonna go nuts on Diaz.

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