Just three weeks away, folks. Get hyped.
Love him or hate him, there's no questioning the fact that Georges St. Pierre is one of the greatest mixed martial artists in history. He's left a legendary footprint on the welterweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and after a year and a half away dealing with knee issues, he's back to reclaim his spot at the throne.
Sitting there waiting for him is Carlos Condit, who defeated Nick Diaz for the Interim welterweight championship at UFC 143 while "Rush" was busy rehabbing. He hasn't competed since then, though, and now it's time to finally unify the titles.
Let the best man win.
Also on the card, Martin Kampmann will battle Johny Hendricks in the co-main event of the evening for number one contender status to the very title St. Pierre and Condit will be fighting for later in the night.
It all goes down at UFC 154 on Sat., Nov. 17, 2012, at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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