UFC welterweight Rory MacDonald has looked unbeatable at times in his career, especially during this past Saturday night while pummeling B.J. Penn throughout the three rounds of their UFC on FOX 5 fight. However, as evident by the lone loss on MacDonald’s record, the 23-year old Canadian is far from invincible.
The man to deliver the defeat, Carlos Condit, was immediately on the mind of MacDonald after his victory over Penn and he took a number of opportunities thereafter to bring up his interest in a rematch with “The Natural Born Killer”. Condit’s camp has heard MacDonald wants to mix it up and, according to manager Malki Kawa, it appears they’re ready to oblige.
“Carlos Condit doesn’t back down from any man. If the UFC asks us to fight Rory MacDonald, Carlos will take the fight.”
(Kawa also added he would like to see the bout take place in Las Vegas since the first fight between Condit-MacDonald took place in Vancouver, hours from MacDonald’s home/training camp)
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