Ik moest ff 2x kijken. Ik dacht even dat ie tegen Rafael Nadal ging.
Ik moest ff 2x kijken. Ik dacht even dat ie tegen Rafael Nadal ging.
gsp voelt dat ie ze belt wel eens kan gaan verliezen en knuffelt stiekum in ze slaap met ze belt
kom op nou gsp iedereen wil dit gevecht pussy boy why duck him again
Manager Malki Kawa Talks Condit vs. Diaz, Jon Jones' Vacation, Chris Leben's Future
Watch below as MMA manager Malki Kawa discusses his client Carlos Condit stepping in to fight Nick Diaz for the interim welterweight title at UFC 143, Jon Jones' long vacation after UFC 140, what's next for Frank Mir, and Chris Leben's recent suspension from the UFC.
Ik baal hier wel van, had die pot graag gezien maar goed het is voor mij altijd een feestje om Diaz bezig te zien en zijn kans tegen de champ komt nog wel !
“The tyranny of a prince in an oligarchy is not so dangerous to the public welfare as the apathy of a citizen in a democracy”
-Charles de Montesquieu
Kan niet wachten op het volgende filmpje van Diaz....Hij zal wel flink tekeer gaan tegen Greace st Piere.
"Don't be scared homey"
warrrrrrrrrrrr micheal.het is jou gegund amigo!!!
fuck fuck fuck fuck fuckkkkkkkkkkkkk
Favorieten: Nick Diaz - Chad Griggs - Gokhan Saki - Daniel Ghita
Ik bedoel verbaal tekeer gaan in een van zijn homevideos!!!
Een gescheurde ACL is ook niet bepaald een gekneusde rib. 8 maanden revalideren en dan nog een paar maanden om je fit te trainen. Echt superzonde. Ik keek haast nog meer uit naar dit gevecht dan dat van Overeem en Lesnar.
Josh Koscheck to Face Mike Pierce at UFC 143
Josh Koscheck's new opponent at UFC 143 will be Mike Pierce.
"With Carlos Condit moving to face Nick Diaz for the interim welterweight championship, it will be powerhouse wrestler vs. powerhouse wrestler as Mike Pierce takes on Josh Koscheck at UFC 143," UFC president Dana White stated recently on UFC.com.
In September, Koscheck (16-5) recorded a knockout over UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes at UFC 135. That was Koscheck's first fight back after suffering an orbital bone injury in a loss to Georges St-Pierre at UFC 124 in December 2010.
Pierce (13-4) went 2-1 this year with wins over Kenny Robertson and Paul Bradley and a loss to Johny Hendricks. Upon learning of the opening at UFC 143, Pierce went to the media and Twitter to ask for the Koscheck fight.
UFC 143 takes place SuperBowl weekend on Feb. 4, 2012 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.
Jonathan Chaimberg Discusses Georges St-Pierre's Injury, Road to Recovery
Watch below as Georges St-Pierre's strength and conditioning coach Jonathan Chaimberg discusses Georges St-Pierre recent knee injury, what happened, his road to recovery, and when he will return.
Carlos Condit Is a Nick Diaz Fan, and Looking Forward to Matchup of Similar Styles
What a stretch it's been for Carlos Condit. First he was going to fight BJ Penn at 137, then he was going to fight Georges St-Pierre for the title. Then St-Pierre got injured and Condit got neither. Then, he was going to wait for his title shot with GSP, until he was moved aside in favor of Diaz. Then, Condit was going to fight Josh Koscheck at UFC 143, until a new St-Pierre injury occurred. And now, Condit is preparing for an interim welterweight title match against Nick Diaz.
Got all that? If not, the bottom line is Condit and Diaz are paired up in a bout that promises fireworks. And as far as Condit is concerned, that's just fine.
"Seeing everything that's happened over the past couple months, I kind of just had to laugh," he said on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour. "It's crazy, a lots of ups and downs but after all this turmoil and stuff, it ended up going my way."
Condit (27-5) said that he is a fan of Diaz's fight style, likening it to his own aggressive approach that often leads to crowd-pleasing fights.
Because of their similar styles and go-for-broke mentalities, many believe that a Condit-Diaz bout will be more intriguing than one involving St-Pierre. Though he doesn't necessarily agree, Condit is convinced the duo will produce something special at UFC 143.
"Whether it's an interim title or not, this is what the fans have been screaming for from the welterweight division," he said. "They're looking for exciting fighters, guys who go out and put it on the line and come to thrown down win, lose or draw. I think both Diaz and myself are those guys."
The switch from Koscheck to Diaz was a major shift in opponent base. Given his NCAA wrestling pedigree, Koscheck brings with him the constant threat of the takedown. Diaz is nowhere near as accomplished in that area though he compensates well for it with his dangerous ground game.
Condit noted that he could be described in a similar way, and even though he believes he had the tools to overcome Koscheck, he likes the Diaz matchup.
"Nick is a physically tougher guy, but I think his style matches up better with me, he said. "We're both standup fighters and we both have a jiu-jitsu base. I think Nick's style is definitely a better matchup for me."
Condit said he still hopes to fight Koscheck at some point in the future, but his long-term hope is of course to fight St-Pierre, the longtime division champion who will be on the sidelines for possibly up to 10 months will recovering from a torn ACL in his right knee.
To do that, he'll have to get through one of the sport's most fierce competitors, a guy who he has come to enjoy watching.
"As a fighter, I am a fan," he said. "I think he's a great fighter. He's had an impressive run lately. He's top notch, one of the best in the world. I don't know the guy personally, so I can't really speak to whether I'm a fan of his personally. I think he's got a bad attitude, but you've got to be yourself, so that's just him doing him."
GSP staat er wel om bekend dat hij een bitch is, dus dat dit verdacht is is logisch. Weer gaat het niet door, snap de teleurstelling hier!
Carlos Condit is wel een veel grotere dreiging voor Nick Diaz. Maar inderdaad ze zouden GSP zijn belt moeten afpakken als hij zolang niet vecht, dit kan toch niet..
Mijn droom matchup gaat niet door, kutzooi, fuck die kut ufc
Ik keek nog meer uit naar dit gevecht dan ALLE andere gevechten OOOOIT!!! Faaaaaaaaaaaaackkcckckkc!!!!
Georges St-Pierre Undergoes Surgery to Repair Injured Knee
UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre will undergo surgery Tuesday to fix the damage to his injured right knee.
The procedure will be done at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles, a renowned facility for sports medicine among professional athletes. It will be performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache, the team physician of Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers, who is considered one of the most accomplished orthopedists in sports medicine.
Dr. ElAttrache has performed knee surgeries on top athletes including NBA star Blake Griffin, Major League all-star outfielder Andre Ethier and NFL Pro Bowl quarterback Tom Brady.
In a recent teleconference, St-Pierre's personal orthopedist Dr. Sebastien Simard said that the surgery would require a total reconstruction of St-Pierre's anterior cruciate ligament along with repairing damage in his meniscus.
Estimates for his return have ranged from between 6-10 months, depending on how he responds to physical rehabilitation.
St-Pierre (22-2) attributed the knee injury to overcompensation issues. Just prior to it, he had hurt his left knee, and believes the extra stress on his healthy knee led to the ACL tear. The major injury happened during a wrestling training session. At the time, St-Pierre heard a crack and felt pain but attempted to continue.
In the days afterward, St-Pierre suffered no swelling, so he was convinced it was only a minor setback, but the stability never improved, eventually leading him to a pair of MRIs that both confirmed extensive damage.
The injury of course, forced St-Pierre out of a planned February bout with Nick Diaz, and his spot was taken by Carlos Condit. The Diaz-Condit bout has now been designated as an interim welterweight title fight.
St-Pierre has reigned over the welterweight class for over 1,300 days since defeating Matt Serra at UFC 83 in April 2008. Upon his return, St-Pierre will fight the interim champion in hopes of re-staking his claim to No. 1.
Georges St-Pierre Undergoes Successful Knee Surgery
UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre underwent successful knee surgery Tuesday in Los Angeles, St-Pierre's coach Firas Zahabi confirmed with MMAFighting.com.
"It went great," Zahabi wrote via text message. "The doctor said it could not have gone better."
The surgery was performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles, a renowned facility for sports medicine among professional athletes. St-Pierre's team expects the champion to return to action in 2012. The recovery time could be anywhere between 6-10 months.
In the meantime, the UFC has booked an interim title fight between Nick Diaz and Carlos Condit for UFC 143 in February.
It was announced last week that GSP had completely torn his anterior cruciate ligament and damaged his meniscus.
• Interim Welterweight Championship: Nick Diaz (26-7) vs. Carlos Condit (27-5)
• Josh Koscheck (16-5) vs. Mike Pierce (13-4)
• Scott Jorgensen (13-4) vs. Renan Barao (27-1)
• Dustin Poirier (11-1) vs. Erik Koch (13-1)
• Alex Caceres (6-4) vs. Edwin Figueora (8-1)
• Rafael Natal (13-3-1) vs. Michael Kuiper (11-0)
• Amir Sadollah (5-3) vs. Jorge Lopez (11-2)
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A UFC 143 heavyweight showdown between Roy Nelson and Fabricio Werdum is in tap for Super Bowl weekend, according to MMAWeekly.com sources.
Nelson’s (16-6) UFC tenure was teetering on the brink following back-to-back losses to Junior dos Santos and Frank Mir, but he bounced back strong in his most recent fight. Nelson took the fight to Mirko “Cro Cop Filipovic at UFC 137, likely ending the Croatian’s career via a third-round TKO stoppage.