"Put it to you like this, I'm happy. I'm very glad this is what's going on. I'm very glad this is what's going down. I don't think Carlos has been a favorite in any one of his past three fights. I think in every one of his fights, either the fighter he's fighting or the media or whoever said something about another fight or they're going to set this fight up, and look at how it's worked out for him. He doesn't care about none of this stuff, he just sits there and says, 'Hey, I spoiled their plans once with Nick. I'll spoil it again with Georges, so who cares?'"
-- Superfight? Carlos Condit doesn't care about no stinkin' superfight. In fact, his manager, Malki Kawa, recently told MMAWeekly.com "The Natural Born Killer" is relishing his role as the man who will play spoiler to one of the biggest fights of all time, Georges St. Pierre vs. Anderson Silva. According to UFC bosses Lorenzo Fertitta and Dana White, if St. Pierre is to defeat Condit at UFC 154 on Nov. 17, 2012, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the next logical step is a bout against Silva, the reigning middleweight king. By that point, "Rush" will have once again unified the welterweight titles and all but completely cleaned out the division. But, again, Condit has been here before, in just his last fight, actually, when he defeated Nick Diaz to spoil his planned "superfight" against St. Pierre. Anyone think he'll do it one more time by beating "GSP?" Even if he does, the Silva camp would still be interested in the fight but would the UFC? Will we even have to find out?