Martin Kampmann: GSP could quit if hurt

Posted on November 13, 2012, 07:15 PM by Anton Gurevich
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UFC Welterweight contender Martin "The Hitman" shared thoughts about his upcoming scrap with Johny Hendricks, and GSP's return to the Octagon against "The Natural Born Killer" Carlos Condit. Kampmann, who defeated Condit back in 2009, has Johny Hendricks as the only roadblock en route to his first ever title shot in the UFC.

Interestingly enough. Kampmann stated that he can see Georges St. Pierre breaking down mentally if Carlos Condit manages to hurt him on November 17th. Kampmann's fight with Hendricks will be the co-main event of the night at UFC 154, so the Dane will get a chance to watch LIVE whether his grim prophecy becomes a reality.

"I could see GSP quitting if he gets hurt, if he gets hit with a good shot, but Condit he's going to keep going, he's going to be in the fight till the end. That's why I'm starting to lean more towards him."


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  • totalburnout
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    This troll sure is trying to Chael Sonnen his way into a fight.



    He's been put on queer street and has been fighting on borrowed time. Its a joke that he won the Ellenberger fight by stoppage - after he was given ample opportunity to recover and Jake wasn't given half that time.

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  • grapplure
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    hey troll!!!!!!!! dont forget gsp TAPPED due too strikes before against serra

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  • totalburnout
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    That fight didn't end by a tap to strikes. That was a TKO.



    Good effort. Derp derp.

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  • grapplure
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    watch the fight again loser!

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  • totalburnout
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    Yeah, sorry but you're wrong. He was TKO'd. He didn't tap to strikes.

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  • regarrica
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    @totalbrunout



    Time has nothing to do with stoppages. The referees job is to pay attention to the actual fighters and not how long they're getting punished for. There's body language and its key to pay attention to the fighters eyes. Stop being an idiot keyboard warrior and just enjoy the opinions of others...



    ****ing idiot.

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  • Troll Police
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    @regarrica, re-read your post. It is you who doesn't seem to be able to enjoy totalburnout's opinion (followed by "#$@#$ idiot").



    You can be wound up a little too tight if you want but there is no need to be impolite.

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  • totalburnout
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    Too stupid to see my point.



    Ellenberger was no more out than Kampman was, Kampmann was just given additional time to recover.



    Keyboard warrior. That's funny. And I bet you've never trained in your life.

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  • cranestyle
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    Kampmann is doing typical pro fighter math. I beat Condit, therefore he must be tougher than GSP.



    But then again, though Marty subbed Pitbull Alves, it was after getting beat up for most of the fight. GSP kept dominated Alves, even after he pulled a muscle in his groin .



    To say this is a guy who will "quit if he's hurt" suggests to me that Marty has taken a few too many blows to the head.

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  • chiller
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    I see Kampmann quitting when Hendricks connects with one of his bombs.

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  • totalburnout
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    This. He's finally going to get knocked out. He's not an elite talent.

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  • totalburnout
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    Glad you clowns weaked this.



    Feels good to be right.

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  • falcon4917
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    I think C ondit has more fight mentality than GSP and is less likely to tap to something. GSP has shown he can be broken down mentally in my opinion. I am not just talking about eye pokes and pukked groins. He has shown fear to engage an opponent who is barely a threat anymore, choosing to point out what should clearly be finished.

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  • falcon4917
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    should have been pulled groins not pukked.lol.

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  • Brian Cox
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    Last guy who used the words quit and GSP in the same sentence was Penn and we all saw how that worked out. I think Kampmann is sitting around praying that Condit wins, because he knows he'll get smoked by Rush, but then again, Kampmann has to make it past Hendricks....if he can. My advice to MK...worry about the fighter in front of you.

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  • Evan Holober
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    Funny, wonder what Nate Marquardt and Paul Daley would say about Kampman.

    Reply 1 year ago