The welterweight divisional elite are largely names that have been among the best for years. Robbie Lawler. Carlos Condit. Rory MacDonald. Demian Maia. Tyron Woodley. Even the specter of a Georges St-Pierre return looms over the division. But now, a new name joins them. Show More Summary
While January provided neither the quantity nor the quality of December's delectable smorgasbord of MMA action, it was still a month filled with meaningful action. Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit put on an all-timer of a welterweight title fight to open up proceedings, while Dominick Cruz regained the belt he never lost in the cage against T.J. Show More Summary
No one, it seems, is happy with their driver's license photo. But imagine having to take your picture after going toe-to-toe with one of the baddest strikers in all of mixed martial arts (MMA). That was the case with Carlos Condit, as...Show More Summary
Carlos Condit better be ready for a lot of raised eyebrows. A lot of chuckles. A lot of low whistles. Why? Because he has a big, huge black eye in his new driver's license photo. That shiner is courtesy of Robbie Lawler, who gave Condit...Show More Summary
While the timing probably wasn’t the greatest, Carlos Condit has a surefire conversation-starter for cashiers, bank tellers and anyone else who needs to see his ID for the next few years.Filed under: News, UFC
The 49ers held a press conference on Wednesday that was designed as a chance to introduce Chip Kelly as their new head coach, but there was also discussion of other team matters. Running back Carlos Hyde’s condition after ending the season on injured reserve because of a stress fracture in his left foot. Hyde was…
After coming up short in his bid to capture the welterweight title against Robbie Lawler at UFC 195 earlier this year (recap here), Carlos Condit broke a few hearts by revealing he was considering retiring from the sport of mixed martial...Show More Summary
It was just a few short weeks ago that UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit kicked off the year with a barnburner of a title fight. Check out the slow-motion highlights.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos
In the upcoming episode of "Reign," Mary will be snooping around Don Carlos, now that she believes the Prince may just be lying about his true condition.
Fans will surely get excited about a second tilt between the two leather-slingers, but what about "The Natural Born Killer" himself? UFC Welterweight champion Robbie Lawler put on a breathtaking performance (video) when he defended his...Show More Summary
Even before Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit stepped into the Octagon and co-wrote an instant classic at UFC 195, Tyron Woodley knew the title shot he had been promised last fall had the possibility of being rescinded. .. Click here … Continue reading ? The post Woodley makes case for welterweight title shot appeared first on Boxing News.
UFC veteran analyst Joe Rogan shared his recent thoughts about the outcome of the main event fight between welterweight champion Robbie Lawler and challenger Carlos Condit at UFC 195.
Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit went through five rounds of marvelous hell at UFC 195, setting the bar early for “Fight of the Year” and “Round of the Year” in 2016.
Photos by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC In the main event of UFC 195, Carlos Condit challenged Robbie Lawler for the UFC welterweight title. From the moment the match-up was announced, it seemed to have all the ingredients for an instant classic, and in the end, it was just that. Show More Summary
Former interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit is considering retirement after his disappointing loss to undisputed champion Robbie Lawler at UFC 195 on Saturday night.
At least the oddsmakers had this one dialed. Leading up to Robbie Lawler ’s welterweight title defense against Carlos Condit on Saturday at UFC 195, we were told the fight was too close to call. Nearly every website that offered a betting line showed Lawler and Condit in a dead heat. Show More Summary
Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit went to war on Saturday night at UFC 195. The champion walked away with his belt—but not without controversy. Per Fightmetric, Condit outlanded Lawler by 84 significant strikes, the largest margin for a losing fighter in the history of the UFC. Show More Summary
Photos by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC Exhausted after a grueling five round championship bout, both defending welterweight champion Robbie Lawler and challenger Carlos Condit held themselves up against the fence of the Octagon awaitingShow More Summary
Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit put on one of the most exciting fights in recent memory at UFC 195 this past weekend (Sat. Jan. 2, 2016) in Las Vegas, Nevada. And after five rounds of rock-em, sock-em action, both men somehow left the...Show More Summary
The main event between Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit could have gone either way, but it was not a robbery, writes Greg Savage.