"Just thinking! That dude [Carlos Condit] should of took the fight with me on a week notice [because] if he HAD a chance 2 make it a close fight, it was then. NOW 0 chance."
-- UFC welterweight Josh Koscheck recently took to his Twitter account to remind Carlos Condit that he had a chance to accept a last-minute fight with him at UFC 137; however, "The Natural Born Killer" opted to wait for welterweight Georges St. Pierre to recover from the knee injury that forced him out of their recent main event fight. Though appreciative of the bold offer, which came with just one week until fight night, company president Dana White shot it down, stating that Condit had elected to wait for the "Rush" to get healthy and preserve his title shot. Malki Kawa, Condit’s agent, said yesterday that a "curly haired blonde" was among Condit's possible next opponents since UFC officials opted to give Nick Diaz, not Condit, the title shot against Georges St. Pierre following the Canadian's apparent ringside "flip-out" upon hearing Diaz' post-fight speech after he defeated B.J. Penn this past weekend. By the looks of things, this potential welterweight clash is picking up some momentum. Is it wise for Condit to risk his title shot against a very tough contender killer, or should he hold out and wait for the winner of St. Pierre and Diaz? Or, are there better options besides Koscheck still on the table?