“The Natural Born Killer” Carlos Condit back in the win column with workman-like decision over Court McGee
First 30 seconds of the fight these guys are just feeling each other out. They exchange leg kicks. Not much action a minute-and-a-half in. Body kicks from both guys that are defended. Nice two kick combination from McGee. Court McGee is the busier fighter so far 3 minutes in. Couple body kicks from Condit and McGee comes back with some hands. Very uneventful first round. No major strikes landed from either fighter but McGee has pushed the action more. Right as the bell sounds, Condit lands a short cross that drops McGee and we’re going to round two. That last punch may have swung the round to Condit
MyMMANews scores round 1 10-9 Condit
Condit is looking to close the distance and get inside and lands a nice left. Carlos seems to be moving more forward this round I’m looking to let his hands go more. McGee wobbles Condit with a nice leg kick. Left hook lands from McGee and he continues to try to punish the legs of Condit with kicks. Both guys are exchanging kicks in the center of the octagon. We have seen no clenching or desire to shoot for a takedown from either fighter. Condit has had the better of the boxing and McGee is bleeding from the nose as a second round comes to a close.
MyMMANews scores round 2 10-9 Condit
The round opens and both guys continue to exchange leg kicks. Condit showing good head movement and level changes trying to pick his spots. Codit catches a kick from Magee and kicks the ankle out to put McGee on the canvas but then he pops right back up. McGee has blood pouring from his nose as Condit has been sharper with his combinations inthe final round. Heading into the final minute of the fight and we see more exchanges of leg kicks from both fighters. Nice left hook lands from Condit in the final ten seconds as both guys were swinging for the fences as the bell rang.
MyMMANews scores round 3 10-9 Condit
Official score 30-27 on all scorecards…winner via unanimous decision Carlos Condit
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