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    Default Tyron Woodley and Carlos Condit set for UFC 171


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    Wow, huge draw for Woodley.

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    Woodly is MASSIVE compared to Condit when you see them side by side in the picture.

    On topic, Condit by tko.

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    I'm picking Condit.

    But if Condit's takedown defense fails him and Woodley gets the W, who then gets the next title shot against the winner of Hendricks/Lawler? Rory/Maia winner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CapCee View Post
    I'm picking Condit.

    But if Condit's takedown defense fails him and Woodley gets the W, who then gets the next title shot against the winner of Hendricks/Lawler? Rory/Maia winner?
    Woodley would be ahead of either of those guys with a win against the number 1 contender. I'd put Shields ahead of Maia at this point as well and win over Lombard makes him the front runner for the title shot.

    Hopefully Condit wins though

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    I think Condit wins it. If he drills his tdd like no other, then I really don't see any weakness in his game. He's one of the most exciting fighters in the sport to watch imo, I'll take him by TKO.
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    I guess they wanted to let Lombard and Shields play out so they could have another contender lined up after Condit/Woodley.
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    Condit by worse than what Nate did.

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    T-Wood has good takedowns and Condit's TDD is still a tad suspect, but seriously, Condit should probably just be able to sit in the pocket and unload here. Eeeek.

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    I hope both make it to the fight with no injuries. Was looking forward to Matt Brown facing Condit, but this isn't a bad replacement either.

    Condit will likely win, but I'll pick Woodley by close decision in a fight of the night. Because I'm shitty at picking anyway, I might as well get an obvious one wrong to feel better.

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