The UFC has one more event up it’s sleeve to round out the month of May, with UFC Fight Night 67 taking place in Brazil this Saturday night on FOX Sports 1.
Headlining the show is a welterweight clash between Carlos Condit, who’s returning after over a year out due to a knee injury, and Thiago Alves who’s compiled back-to-back wins since returning from a very long layoff himself...
Jon Jones is keeping an extremely low profile at the moment as he deals with the fallout from a hit and run incident recently which led to him being suspended from the UFC, stripped of his light-heavyweight title and facing a potential prison sentence.
Recently his manager Malki Kawa suggested that it’s possible Jones will never return to the Octagon, but according to one of the...
UFC Fight Night: Alves vs. Condit
When: May 30th, 2015
Where: Goiania Arena in Goiania, Goias, Brazil
How: Fox Sports 1
(FOX Sports 1 8PM ET/5PM PT)
Mirsad Bektic vs. Renato Moicano
Tom Breese vs. Luiz Dutra
Jussier Formiga vs. Wilson Reis
Nicolas Dalby vs. Elizeu Zaleski
Wendell Oliveira vs. T.J. Waldburger
(FOX Sports 1 10PM ET/7PM PT)
The UFC has officially announced that welterweight contenders Carlos Condit and Thiago Alves will headline a May Brazil card in what is sure to be an exciting scrap, scheduled for five rounds. Condit has not fought since injuring his knee in a March 2014 fight against Tyron Woodley.
Alves is in the midst of his own comeback, having won two straight fights after a rough stretch where...
Carlos Condit Vs Thiago Alves is rumored to be going down at UFC Fight Night 67 on May 30th.
Condit will be returning following a year long lay-off after he suffered a torn ACL and partially torn meniscus that required surgery during a takedown in the second round of his fight with Tyron Woodley at UFC 171.
Defeat that night left him with just one win in his last four fights, though...
It's been almost one year since Carlos Condit last fought in the UFC due to a severe knee injury suffered in his bout against Tyron Woodley last March when he blew out his ACL.
With a win, Condit would have been in the crosshairs of another run at the UFC title, but instead he spent the majority of 2014 in recovery and rehabilitation to come back from reconstructive knee surgery...
Carlos Condit’s fight with Tyron Woodley ended in unfortunate circumstances at UFC 171 on Saturday night when he injured his knee.
Condit first appeared to be in pain after being taken doing by Woodley in the second round, but after getting back to his feet it was a leg kick that spun him around before dropping to the canvas in agony, unable to continue.
‘The Natural Born Killer’...
Carlos Condit lost to Tyron Woodley at UFC 171 by TKO on Saturday night after being unable to continue following a major knee injury. Condit was kicked by the Woodley in the left knee, then spun back to remain standing, but his right knee gave out. The right knee is where he reportedly suffered a […]
During Thursday’s UFC 171 conference call, former interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit (pictured) revealed he will earn next dibs status with a win over Tyron Woodley in the March 15 event.
According to Condit, UFC brass have informed him that he will get first crack at either Johny Hendricks or Robbie Lawler, who battle for the vacant 170-pound crown that same evening inside...
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Nick Diaz (pictured) has given no indication that he wants to cut his retirement short, yet the UFC continues to present him with fights. UFC president Dana White revealed Saturday that he wanted Diaz to return to MMA and rematch Carlos Condit.
“I was trying to make Carlos Condit vs. Nick Diaz, and Nick Diaz turned the fight down tonight. He doesn’t want it,” White said at...