Carlos Condit is a former interim UFC welterweight champion, having gone toe-to-toe with some of the toughest in the division. Following a loss to Demian Maia in 2016, Condit took a break from the sport of mixed martial arts and considered retiring from the sport.
However, the fighter is now coming back in full force. Condit is set to face off against Neil Magny at UFC 219. The event goes down Dec. 30 inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. UFC 219 will be available live on pay-per-view.
While Condit is hard into training for his octagon return, the fighter is still looking towards the future. When it comes to possible rematches, the mixed martial arts veteran is looking to avenge some losses. Specifically, Condit wants to take on Tyron Woodley and Georges St-Pierre all over again.
Condit faced a TKO loss to Woodley back in 2014 and a unanimous decision loss to Georges St. Pierre back at UFC 154.
Speaking to Helen Yee, as seen in the video below, Condit breaks down his desire to face off against the welterweight and middleweight champions.