Rory MacDonald wants a rematch with Carlos Condit, and for his part Carlos Condit is happy to accept the fight if the UFC wants it.
Rory MacDonald would love another crack at Carlos Condit, but mostly he just wants to stay healthy so he can be much busier in 2012.
It looks like stacking the UFC 158 card with six capable welterweights was a prudent move by the Las Vegas-based promotion.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship’s plan to stock up UFC 158 with a plethora of welterweights is already looking like a good idea, as Rory MacDonald has been forced off the card due to inju...
It was clear after Rory MacDonald defeated B.J. Penn at UFC on Fox 5 he only had one fight on his mind.
Rory MacDonald served everyone notice that he has officially arrived with his one-sided win over BJ Penn, and then he immediately called out Carlos Condit for his next fight.
Rory MacDonald won't fight his friend and teammate Georges St-Pierre but after Carlos Condit "beat the (expletive)" out of him, that's the fight he wants the most in 2013.
SACRAMENTO – UFC President Dana White on Saturday said he thought he had another high-profile fight booked for UFC 171. Then Nick Diaz turned it down.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC Tagge...
They had to know they might encounter one another again.
Rory MacDonald and Carlos Condit will likely square off once again at UFC 158.
MONTREAL - Rory MacDonald again made it clear that
he has no intention of vying for the welterweight title as long as his
teammate Georges St-Pierre is champ.
But he has a keen interest...
Rory MacDonald is very familiar with Georges St-Pierre's next opponent, Carlos Condit, but he says he didn't need to offer up any advice to help his teammate in preparation for the UFC 154 m...
Carlos Condit is under a storm of criticism, but he's waiting for Georges St-Pierre in November and says he hasn't been offered any other fight.
Before he ultimately got paired with MMA legend B.J. Penn for his next bout, fast-rising welterweight contender Rory MacDonald had another fight in mind.
Specifically, he wanted a remat...
As much as anyone, Rory MacDonald wants to face the big names in his division, but he's happy to prove himself as he moves up the UFC welterweight ladder.