"I'm going to have to go with Georges St. Pierre. Georges St. Pierre - he's just a more polished fighter. Johny Hendricks, he's dangerous and he's got good skills be he is a little rough around the edges when it comes to his whole game, and Georges is just such a technician. He puts things together so well and is just a sharp, clean fighter and I think that's going to make the difference in that match up."
-- Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight contender Carlos Condit tells Kenny Rice and Bas Rutten of "Inside MMA" on AXS TV that he believes current 170-pound kingpin Georges St. Pierre is going to defeat Johny Hendricks when the inevitable title clash between the two takes place. "The Natural Born Killer" has as good of a perspective on the match up as anyone, as St. Pierre and Hendricks were the last two opponents for Condit and he came out on the wrong end of unanimous decision defeats to both men. The former interim welterweight champion believes the well rounded skillset of "Rush" is going to make the difference in the bout, but he is certainly not counting out "Bigg Rigg" either.