Carlos Condit Believes He is Next for GSP After Diaz; but He Won't Wait


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Get more MMA and UFC news at the World's top MMA News website http://www.mmaweekly.com. Carlos Condit believes his win at UFC 132 qualifies him as the next challenger to Georges St-Pierre's title after Nick Diaz, but will Condit may not wait around.
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