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Chris Lytle Breaks Down Condit-Kampmann

Chris “Lights Out” Lytle was one of the premier players in the UFC’s welterweight division for years, bringing in ten post-fight bonuses in his past thirteen Octagon appearances, but he retired after a submission finish of Dan Hardy in his final UFC fight.

Lytle has teased a possible return to the cage, but has yet to officially announce anything.

“It’s gonna be a great fight. The good thing about these guys is they match up very well for an entertaining fight. By that I mean both of them are not powerhouses, they’re not typically one-punch knockout guys, but they put forth a lot of offense. So that means you’re gonna get a good fight where two guy are gonna be able to battle back and forth and neither one of them will get knocked out,” Lytle said in a recent interview.

Lytle was actually set to fight Condit on two separate occasions – Lytle backing out of their first fight with an injured knee , and Condit pulling out of the last scheduled scrap with his own knee injury.