Five Biggest Takeaways From UFC 219


4. Carlos Condit Has Some Tough Questions To Answer

Condit went into Saturday night’s showdown with Neil Magny as a former interim champion and overall betting favorite, but failed to deliver and ended up turning in a tepid performance that may warrant requests for him to hang up the gloves.

”The Natural Born Killer” looked bored and unmotivated in there against Magny, who ragdolled the former champ with his wrestling and even stood toe-to-toe with the Muay Thai wrecking machine without issue.

Condit managed to make it to the end of the bout but had obviously lost a clear-cut decision to the younger man. After an illustrious career with titles in the WEC and UFC, Condit has nothing left to prove in MMA and has given fight fans everything he has in his wars with Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald.

While he’s not getting knocked out or completely blown out of the water, Condit appears to have lost the fire that had sustained him throughout his career at UFC 219. With nothing left to prove, Condit, who’s talked about retirement quite a bit recently, may have fought his last fight if he hasn’t already decided to hang them up.