Carlos Condit meets Matt Brown in hardcore fans’ fantasy match-up at UFC Fight Island 7
At long last, hardcore Mixed Martial Arts fans will lastly have the ability to see the extremely expected match-up in between UFC welterweight veterans Matt Brown and Carlos Condit at UFC Battle Island 7 on Saturday.
While the majority of fans most likely want this battle happened in previous schedulings in between the 2 when they were closer to their primes, both Brown and Condit will probably be coming out of eviction searching for the surface on the feet.
Regardless of constantly being a fan of “The Natural Born Killer” and cheering for him whenever he battles, Brown will not be pulling any punches when the cage door closes.
“Unfortunately for [Condit], he’s got to deal with me this weekend,” Brown stated. “After I beat him up, I’m probably going to be sad in the back that I beat him up so bad. But I’m okay with that.”
In terms of how this will affect the legacy of the other corner, Condit says it’s based on how he performs. Not just getting the victory.
“That’s what’s important,” Condit states. “I intend to go out there and do it in violent fashion. Stop Matt Brown, and I think that’ll be a feather in my hat for sure.”
Both fighters acknowledged they are taking the rest of each of their particular professions battle by battle.
Condit, nevertheless, is on the last battle of his UFC agreement. He stated he would have an interest in battling in a various promo if the UFC hands him his strolling documents.
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“I love what I do,” Condit stated. “If I can still get out there and get paid to fight people, I think I’d entertain the idea of fighting for another organization.”
The UFC has actually been actively paring its lineup of late, so that does not bode well for older fighters that remain in their golden years as professional athletes. An outstanding surface at UFC Battle Island 7, nevertheless, might contribute to either fighter’s durability.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.