Carlos Condit knockout video against Dan Hardy at UFC 120


Carlos Condit is a bad man (even with no gun in his hand, he's a bad man).

There was no questioning this when he was running roughshod through the World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) welterweight division from Jan. 2007 on and up to Aug. 2008.

That's because "The Natural Born Killer" went 5-0 during that span, with four submissions, one technical knockout, a welterweight championship win and three subsequent defenses of said title, the last of which earned him "Fight of the Night." 

Did I mention he's a bad man?

Then he made his UFC debut against Martin Kampmann and dropped a split decision in a closely contested but not altogether enlightening bout.

In short, he was introduced to the fans of the largest fight promotion in the world with an uninspired and largely disappointing performance.

His next two fights inside the Octagon went about the same, against Jake Ellenberger and Rory MacDonald, respectively, although he notched victories in both.

"Uh, Geno ... I thought you said he was a 'bad man?'"

I did and after those three shaky outings, Condit finally proved my point when he went toe-to-toe with Dan Hardy across the pond at UFC 120 this past Oct. 16.

And he brutally knocked out "The Outlaw" in the first round with a blistering left hook.

As usual, words cannot do it justice but luckily for you, the video of said knockout is after the jump for your viewing pleasure. And keep this in mind tonight (July 2) when he makes his way to the cage to take on Dong Hyun Kim at UFC 132 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Is this what Kim is in for tonight?

Stay tuned.

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