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He challenged for the belt back when Georges St. Pierre was the king of the UFC's welterweight division, and now that GSP has vacated his crown, Carlos Condit looks to secure a title shot against the new champion with a win over Tyron Woodley tonight in Dallas.
With the UFC welterweight division now wide open with the exodus of former champion Georges St-Pierre , Jake Shields and Hector Lombard stepped into the Octagon opposite each other at UFC 171 on Saturday night with the winner looking to position himself in the thick of title talk.
Back on December 6, 2008, it was pretty clear the career of Oscar De La Hoya was over after his fight with Manny Pacquiao ended after the eighth round.
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Joe Rogan calls "Ruthless" Robbie Lawler a scary mother f---er in this exclusive interview.
It's hard to picture the welterweight division without Georges St-Pierre at the top of the throne, but we have to get used to it.
For the first time in almost six years, the UFC will crown a new welterweight champion at UFC 171 , with Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler facing off to determine who will succeed Georges St-Pierre.
UFC 171, which is a go for this Saturday night in Dallas, will usher in a new era for the 170-pound division.
Kelvin Gastelum Talks About Training For His Fight With Rick Story Posted by Joseph Lee on 03.14.2014 He worked with Johny Hendricks... In an interview with MMA Junkie , Kelvin Gastelum revealed that he spent his entire training camp with Johny Hendricks for Gastelum's fight with Rick Story on the preliminary card of UFC 171 on Saturday.
UFC 171 hits Dallas for fight week, and for the first time since 2008, someone other than Georges St-Pierre will hold the UFC Welterweight Championship.
So much for Carlos Condit's supposedly promised UFC welterweight title shot. After last week's announcement that, barring a loss this weekend, Condit would be next in line to face the winner of UFC 171's main event between Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler , UFC president Dana White squelched that claim during Thursday's pre-fight media scrum.
To hear Johny Hendricks tell it now, he hardly remembers that bitter November night when, for a brief moment, he felt certain he was seconds away from wrapping the Ultimate Fighting Championship's welterweight belt around his waist.
Atop a small elevated stage in the corner of Dallas' American Airlines Center, next to the black and white posterboard that bears his name, Carlos Condit leans forward into his high-chair and explains his idea.
Six of the UFC's top-12 welterweights are in Dallas, TX this week as the division begins to move on without the man who ruled it with an iron fist for seven years, Georges St-Pierre .