Carlos Condit could be competing in the UFC for the very last time at UFC on ABC: Holloway vs. Kattar tomorrow night.
“The Normal Born Killer” Carlos Condit has been competing underneath the Zuffa umbrella for 13 yrs. The reminiscences he has created for himself and tens of millions of lovers for the duration of that time definitely endure to this working day. Perhaps the closing memory of Condit’s famous Zuffa occupation will take position tomorrow (Jan. 16) in the co-key function of UFC on ABC: Holloway vs. Kattar. Simply because right after all the wars Condit has been in in the WEC and UFC, tomorrow’s bout towards Matt Brown will be the very last battle on Condit’s UFC contract. Condit would appreciate to keep on being in the corporation, nevertheless, and continue on to check himself in opposition to the hardly ever-ending stream of new blood.
“There’s often new dudes, there’s constantly a lot more talent coming up,” Condit explained to Cageside Push this 7 days. “And I love to challenge myself. There is a couple of guys that I’d like to combat this yr.”
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Carlos Condit is 36 now, which in alone is not an age that necessarily prompts retirement talks. Having said that, when you have been at it for this lengthy and have shed 5 of your past six bouts, there’s always the possibility the UFC could release you. This is especially doable if Condit finishes up on the dropping finish to Matt Brown tomorrow night. If this happens, Condit would not near the doorway on his battling career and would be open to competing outside the UFC for the initial time considering the fact that 2006.
“Yeah, I assume so. I’d look at it,” Condit explained. “I like what I do, and if I can nonetheless get out there and get compensated to struggle folks, I believe I’d entertain the notion of combating for a different organization.”
Can you imagine Carlos Condit competing exterior the UFC?