"Obviously Carlos is a great fighter, but I think his greatest asset is that he never stops. He's a relentless fighter, he's got a lot of heart, and you can't break that guy so you really have to put him away with technique and you have to be a more solid fighter, which is what I think I am. I think his game has a lot more holes than mine and I'm going to expose that. It can't just be a win, it has to be an exciting performance and that's what I'm looking to do. Wherever the fight goes, there's going to be pressure from me and there'll be a finish for sure. I'm not going to take this to a decision."
Twenty-year-old Canadian bred mixed martial artist Rory MacDonald talked to Tapology.com about his upcoming fight with former WEC welterweight champion Carlos Condit at UFC 115. The card is set to go down next Saturday, June 12, from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, just a few-hour drive away from where he grew up in Quesnel, B.C. As one of the top young prospects in the game carrying a perfect record of 10-0, Rory has a great chance to defeat a fairly prominent name in Condit and reap the rewards that come with such an accomplishment. Having never gone the distance in any of his previous fights, MacDonald says he plans on keeping that streak alive and finishing Carlos before the final bell rings. So, where are we on this fight? Does Rory run his undefeated record to 11-0? Or, will "The Natural Born Killer" show the fight world why he was once considered to be one of the best 170-pounders in the sport?