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UFC Quick Quote: Carlos Condit looking to break Martin Kampmann

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"With Kampmann I see a very well-rounded fighter. He's complete -- him and I have similar skill sets. He's got great kickboxing and also a very good ground game. He's tough too, McFedries had him in trouble and he came back and won that fight, so I'm expecting a war. [But] this is only his second time cutting down to 170. I've been fighting at 170 for the majority of my career. I know that I can perform at my peak ability after having cut my weight. I know I have the endurance to push hard for three rounds. I'm hoping to go out there and push the pace and hopefully break him."

– The last man to hold the World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) welterweight title, Carlos Condit, talks to host Larry Pepe on’s exclusive presentation of Pro MMA Radio about his Octagon debut against Martin "Hitman" Kampmann in the main event match at UFC Fight Night 18: "Condit vs. Kampmann" after the WEC recently dissolved its welterweight class. Be sure to see if "The Natural Born Killer" can hang with the big dogs during the Spike TV telecast that is scheduled for tonight at 9 p.m. ET from the Sommet Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

For a replay of Condit’s in-depth interview click here.

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