UFC 154: GSP vs. Condit Media Call (Full Audio)

Posted on November 7, 2012, 05:19 PM by Anton Gurevich
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UFC Welterweight champions Georges St. Pierre and Carlos Condit exchanged comments ahead of their long-anticipated fight at UFC 154. The event will take place next week in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, but it already seems as GSP and Condit are more than ready to get inside the cage. Speaking about the cage, Anderson Silva might get inside the Octagon to challenge St. Pierre, if the French-Canadian beats Carlos Condit. UFC President Dana White has officially confirmed that Silva will be ringside at UFC 154.

Remember to check out the highlights of the fight right here on LowKick.com.


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  • grapplure
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    i hope gsp doesnt duck silva

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  • Dabs
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    Times are tough out there so maybe we over-priced the tickets??!! Dana has just shown the corporate greed culture that caused the recession in the first place via people that are already stinking rich wanting more to fund an insane lifestyle at the behest of the sheeple.

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  • Brian Cox
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    Anderson Silva Ringside:



    If Anderson wants a fight with GSP, all he has to do is tell Dana that he's prepared to hit 170 on a given day and to build a card around that date, that is all he has to do. GSP will not turn down the fight.



    Spider should stop trying to play MMA Hero trying to cop catch-weight "super" fights that only play to his advantage and prove nothing.



    Again, if he wants the fight that bad and should, I repeat should, GSP beat Carlos Condit, a fight GSP is wise not to look past and is not, then he should tell Dana...if GSP wins this fight I will cut to 170 and face him for his title.



    To negotiate some deal that does GSP no favor and Anderson no harm (cutting to 178) would be a strategic error on Rush's behalf. GSP has no problem cutting to 178, that's obvious. Anderson, could hit 178 with the cut back of a quarter-pounder...sorry, Whopper or two and make that weight. De Facto, GSP is, for all intents-and-purposes, fighting The Spider at his championship weight. That's a big mistake and one his coaching staff should not allow.



    If Anderson wants the fight that bad, then cut weight. And that's exactly what GSP should say to him, post victory, should he have it. Other than that, Silva should go fight Jones or better yet, go defend his belt in his own division (Chris Weidman) and stop trying to show off against smaller fighters or less talented ones, in 205...lest the people begin to think The Emperor has no clothes.

    Reply 1 year ago
  • grandslam
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    Very Interesting, but you could have said the same thing in one sentence unless you are practicing to write a dissertation. Hence, I had to weak you.

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  • Brian Cox
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    And you could have simply not read it, not commented and "weaked" it, but instead you had to comment. For that I am weaking you.

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  • grandslam
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    Good. tooth for a tooth I guess. Thank you.

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  • mindkontrolle
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    GSP: ALL DAY.

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