12/07/2011 3:52pm, #1
UFC Champion Georges St. Pierre injured. Condit fights Diaz for Interim Title
UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre is injured. Carlos Condit vs Nick Diaz to fight for the interim title.
Nick Diaz posing with boxing legend Kevin "Kimbo Slice" Ferguson
Diaz/Condit To Headline 143 for Interim Belt
For the second time in two months, welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre has been injured and forced to withdraw from a title defense.
"GSP blown acl will be out for 10 mos. Now [Carlos] Condit vs [Nick] Diaz for the interim welterweight title on Feb 4th in Las Vegas!!" UFC president Dana White tweeted.
St-Pierre was originally slated to face Diaz in the main event of UFC 137; Diaz was then replaced by Carlos Condit.
Ground, Striking Technicians Braced for UFC 143 updated Nov 29
Verbal agreements are in for a welterweight matchup between two exciting strikers as Wanderlei Silva protégé Jorge Lopez takes on Ultimate Fighter winner Amir Sadollah at UFC 143.
In addition, “undefeated Judo specialist Michael Kuiper has verbally agreed to make his UFC debut at UFC 143 against Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu champion Rafael 'Sapo' Natal,” UFC president Dana White announced today.
The Super Bowl weekend fight card is headlined by the once-cancelled welterweight title scrap between reigning UFC champion Georges St-Pierre and former Strikeforce king Nick Diaz. Welterweight contenders Josh Koscheck and Carlos Condit will battle in the co-main event.
Bruce Leeroy Geared Up to Glow at UFC 143 updated November 17
A fan-friendly scrap is on tap with Edwin Figueroa set to throw down with Alex "Bruce Leeroy" Caceres at UFC 143 in Las Vegas on February 4th. "Both fighters are coming off impressive victories in the bantamweight division," said UFC president Dana White. Verbal agreements are in place for the bout.
Koch, Poirier Lined Up for February Fireworks updated November 15
Two of the fastest-rising stars in the featherweight division will finally face off as Erik Koch and Dustin Poirier have verbally agreed to a bout at UFC 143, scheduled for Super Bowl weekend in Las Vegas.
Both Koch and Poirier are dynamic strikers and undefeated in the UFC. A win for either of the WEC vets would catapault him toward the top of the division.
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12/07/2011 6:21pm, #3
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Sucks....was really lookin forward to seeing GSP put him in his place
12/07/2011 10:22pm, #4
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Brutal, although Diaz x Condit is going to be a solid fight too at least.
12/07/2011 11:06pm, #5
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I actually like this fight better. Condit will stand with Diaz and if it goes to the ground there will be some nice scrambles and sub attempts.
Sucks for Kos
12/08/2011 1:55pm, #6
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BOXING LEGEND??? Kimbo?
12/08/2011 3:00pm, #7
Bloody hell this fight is cursed. More importantly, congratulations to Kimbo slice on becoming a "Boxing legend".
12/08/2011 3:14pm, #8
Didn't he pull out of his previous fight for a knee injury?
This really sucks. Could be the end of his reign.
12/08/2011 4:55pm, #9
Which of you no humour blokes give me a thumbs down? I had a thumbs up for the original post before haha
12/08/2011 6:00pm, #10
Rep bitching? BOO this man