UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit Pre-Fight Face Off (Video)


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Before Georges St-Pierre and Carlos Condit meet in the cage on Saturday night, they faced off in Montreal on Wednesday afternoon.

Check out the video below as St-Pierre and Condit go face-to-face ahead of their main event showdown at UFC 154:

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