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UFC cuts Jake Shields following UFC 171 loss to Hector Lombard

Wow. Well, this came out of left field. Jake Shields was good enough to defeat Dan Henderson, Carlos Condit, Tyron Woodley, Robbie Lawler, and Demian Maia, just to name a few. But he wasn't good enough to stay employed with UltimateShow More Summary

Surgery Roundup: Weidman and Hendricks Set Timetables for Return, Carlos Condit to Go Under the Knife Tomorrow

("And for my next trick, I will pull a horseshoe out of Joe Rogan's ass and beat him over the head with it!" Photo via Getty.) I don't mean to jinx things, but 2014 is rapidly approaching 2012 as the year of the injury curse. So far,...Show More Summary

Carlos Condit knee surgery scheduled for March 28, UFC return date unknown

Former UFC interim champion Carlos Condit will undergo surgery this Friday, hoping to make a return sooner rather than later. It looks like Carlos Condit is going to be out for a while and bumped from the welterweight title picture for...Show More Summary

Trainer: UFC 171's Carlos Condit suffered ACL tear / partially torn meniscus, out of action 'for some time'

The MRI results for "Natural Born Killer" are in... and they're not good. If you ever want an example of how fickle the fate of a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter can be, look no further than the case of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight Carlos Condit over the past seven days. Just one week ago, Condit was the No. Show More Summary

Carlos Condit Injury Update: Torn ACL, Partially Torn Meniscus

Former UFC interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament and a partially torn meniscus during his Saturday UFC 171 loss in Dallas to Tyron Woodley. Condit's manager Malki Kawa confirmed the news with Bleacher Report on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Tyron Woodley: Joe Rogan's 'horrendous' commentary favored Carlos Condit at UFC 171

Despite the biggest win of his career, "The Chosen One" wasn't feeling the love in "The Lone Star State." Joe Rogan is back in the hot seat. A few days after having to explain himself to disgruntled fans over the push for Rory MacDonald,...Show More Summary

Tyron Woodley: Lost PPV buys forced UFC to repackage 'prince' Rory MacDonald as the next Georges St. Pierre

In addition, "The Chosen One" believes he deserves a title shot after wrecking Carlos Condit. The biggest win of his career is seemingly going unnoticed. Tyron Woodley generated his fair share of critics over the weekend, with some believing...Show More Summary

Official UFC rankings updated after UFC 171: Tyron Woodley cracks top five, but still ranked behind Carlos Condit

Despite a paltry 1-3 record since outpointing Nick Diaz in early 2012, "The Natural Born Killer' is still considered the third best welterweight fighter in the world. I have a feeling Tyron Woodley is going to be splintered when he finds...Show More Summary

Carlos Condit Facing Possible Torn ACL, Undergoing MRI This Week

The overall status of Carlos Condit still remains uncertain, but early indications are that he possibly suffered a small meniscus tear and a torn ACL. Sherdog.com confirmed the news Sunday after speaking with Jackson’s MMA general manager...Show More Summary

Carlos Condit Suffered Meniscus Tear, Possible Torn ACL in UFC 171 Loss to Tyron Woodley

(I like the genuine look of concern on Woodley's face. I mean, two seconds ago he was trying to tear Condit's limbs off, but still. / Photo via Getty) Carlos Condit's UFC 171 fight against Tyron Woodley started badly and got worse from there. Show More Summary

Monday Morning Hangover: Carlos Condit knee injury at UFC 171 crushes 'Killer' title hopes

After an action-packed UFC 171 event from Dallas, Texas, plenty of fighters are still feeling the buzz; however, Carlos Condit is likely suffering from the worst post-fight hangover after his knee gave out in the second round, costing...Show More Summary

UFC 171: Did Hector Lombard Do Enough to Earn a Title Shot?

With Johny Hendricks vs. Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit vs. Tyron Woodley gobbling up most of the column inches post UFC 171, Hector Lombard’s dominant win over Jake Shields has seemingly flown under the radar. The Cuban imposed his...Show More Summary

Tyron Woodley vs. Carlos Condit: Does an Injury Undermine a Win's Legitimacy?

The unpredictable nature of mixed martial arts is part of the sport’s appeal, yet the abrupt end to UFC 171’s simmering co-main event between Tyron Woodley and Carlos Condit almost makes one wish we could occasionally exert some control over the chaos. Few things are more frustrating in MMA than a freak injury in the middle of an absorbing fight. Show More Summary

UFC 171 Results: 10 Burning Questions Heading into UFC Fight Night 38

UFC 171 is in the books. The results are as follows: UFC 171 Main Card Johny Hendricks def. Robbie Lawler, Unanimous decision (48-47, 48-47, 48-47) Tyron Woodley def. Carlos Condit, TKO (Round 2, 2:00) Myles Jury def. Diego Sanchez, Unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) Hector Lombard def. Show More Summary

Carlos Condit: How His Potential Absence Hurts the Welterweight Division

Lots of fighters won at UFC 171 on Saturday night, and an equal number lost. That's the nature of MMA, but it may have been Carlos Condit who lost the most of anyone. Condit, in the midst of a battle that could have made him the topShow More Summary

UFC 171 results recap: Tyron Woodley vs Carlos Condit fight review and analysis

Carlos Condit was on the hunt for another title shot against Tyron Woodley in the co-main event of UFC 171 last night (Sat., March 15, 2014) from Dallas, Texas. He was met with severe resistance from "Chosen One," but it was a serious injury that ultimately spelled his doom. Show More Summary

UFC 171 Quick Quote: Tyron Woodley thinks he earned title shot with win over Carlos Condit

Although he won thanks to an injury suffered by his opponent, Tyron Woodley thinks he deserves a title shot. "I think if I was fighting me and I was Condit, I would think to watch out for my right hand and watch out for my wrestling....Show More Summary

Carlos Condit Injury: Updates on UFC Star's Knee and Recovery

In one of the most brutal sports in the world, injuries are to be expected for MMA fighters. And like any other sport, some of the brightest stars can go down and completely shake up the sport. On Saturday night, Carlos Condit lost to Tyron Woodley after being forced to withdraw due to knee injury. Show More Summary

Carlos Condit vs. Tyron Woodley Video: Highlights from Woodley's Injury TKO Win

A win is a win. Tyron Woodley's TKO victory Saturday night was caused in part by a strange injury to Carlos Condit, but it was a win nonetheless and will surely move Woodley farther up the UFC welterweight rankings. Woodley won the fight...Show More Summary

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