“The Natural Born Killer” Carlos Condit was the UFC interim welterweight champion when he defeated Nick Diaz by unanimous decision at UFC 143. Then he lost that title when he faced Georges St. Pierre at UFC 154. It would turn out to be GSP’s most entertaining bout to happen in the past few years, courtesy of Condit’s will and guts to stay in the fight while he was soaked in his own blood.
A third-round head kick sent Pierre to the mat but he kept his composure and regained top position. Condit fought until the bitter end, trying anything and everything to get up from underneath the most dominant welterweight around.
Condit feels like the judging criteria is flawed in several different ways, and having three UFC losses to Martin Kampmann, GSP and Johny Hendricks — all by decision — the former WEC champ has the right to state his case.
The Natural Born Killer shares some thoughts on how he feels about judges’ decisions, via AXS TV Fights.
“There are a lot of problems with judging,” said Condit. “Judging is subjective and a lot of time its opinion and what angle are you seeing the fight from as a judge…and yeah, I definitely think there’s something that has to be done to standardize the judging criteria.”
The former UFC interim champion’s next fight is later this month against Martin Kampmann, who defeated Condit in his welcoming to the Octagon back in 2009.
Watch on August 28th to see who wins the rematch