Carlos Joseph Condit (born April 26, 1984) is an American former professional mixed martial artist. He formerly competed in the Welterweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he was the former Interim UFC Welterweight Champion. Condit formerly fought in the UFC's sister promotion, World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC), where he was the final Welterweight Champion.[6] Condit has also competed for both Shootboxing and Pancrase in Japan.

Carlos Condit
Carlos Condit in 2012
Born (1984-04-26) April 26, 1984 (age 39)
Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.
NicknameThe Natural Born Killer
Height6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight170 lb (77 kg; 12 st 2 lb)
Reach75+12 in (192 cm)[1]
Fighting out ofAlbuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.
TeamFit NHB (1999–2008)[2]
Arizona Combat Sports (2008–2009)[3]
Jackson Wink MMA Academy (2009–present)[3]
TrainerGreg Jackson
Mike Winkeljohn
RankBlack belt in Gaidojutsu
Brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu[4]
Purple belt in 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu[5]
Years active2002–2021
Professional boxing record
Kickboxing record
By knockout2
By knockout1
Mixed martial arts record
By knockout15
By submission13
By decision4
By knockout1
By submission6
By decision7
Other information
Boxing record from BoxRec
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Condit has launched business ventures, including a coffeeshop and a line of custom jeans with Los Angeles brand SENE.[7]

Background edit

Condit was born on April 26, 1984, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is of Austrian, German, Native American, and Mexican descent. Condit's father, Brian, was the Chief of Staff for former New Mexico governor and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Richardson.[8] Condit attended Cibola High School on Albuquerque's West Side.[9] He began wrestling at the age of nine and continued throughout high school, and started training in Gaidojutsu under Greg Jackson at fifteen.[10]

Mixed martial arts career edit

Early career (2002–2006) edit

Condit turned professional at eighteen years old, taking less than a minute to submit Nick Roscorta with a rear-naked choke in his debut in Juárez, Mexico, on September 6, 2002. He also won his next four fights in the first round, with only one going past the one-minute mark, before tasting defeat for the first time, albeit under the shoot boxing ruleset, in his international debut. He faced off with ninety-five fight veteran and Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2002 champion Andy Souwer in Tokyo, Japan on September 23, 2003, losing by technical knockout due to leg kicks with seventeen seconds left of the fight after being knocked down three times in the fifth and final round.

Returning to MMA, Condit continued his impressive run of form in the sport with a further three first round stoppage wins to go 8–0 before he was submitted with a Carlo Prater triangle choke inside the opening round in Albuquerque on September 11, 2004. He rebounded from the loss with a four fight win streak and returned to Japan to fight in Pancrase, losing to Satoru Kitaoka via first round heel hook submission at Pancrase: Spiral 8 in Yokohama on October 2, 2005. Following this, he had a stint in the Hawaii-based Rumble on the Rock promotion and defeated Ross Ebañez via TKO in his promotional debut before going on to compete in the ROTR Welterweight Tournament. The tournament's quarter-finals were held on January 20, 2006, at Rumble on the Rock 8 where Condit recorded a seventeen-second TKO stoppage of Renato Verissimo. The semis and the final both took place on the same night, April 21, 2006, at Rumble on the Rock 9 and Condit submitted Frank Trigg with a triangle armbar to book his place in the final against Jake Shields. Going the distance for the first time in his career, Condit lost by unanimous decision.

Condit suffered a second consecutive loss in his next outing, submitting to a Pat Healy rear-naked choke in round three of their contest in Oakland, California, before making a return to Pancrase and defeating Koji Oishi via TKO in his sophomore appearance in the promotion. He ended his tenure in Japan with a Kimura submission of Takuya Wada and a particularly violent stomp KO over Tatsunori Tanaka before returning stateside and joining the WEC.

World Extreme Cagefighting (2007–2008) edit

Condit made his debut for the WEC on January 20, 2007, at WEC 25 where he defeated Kyle Jensen in the first round via submission (Rear Naked Choke).

Condit's second fight would be for the vacant WEC Welterweight Championship against John Alessio at WEC 26: Condit vs. Alessio. Condit would win this fight in the second round, once again, by Rear Naked Choke and became the WEC Welterweight Champion.[11]

Condit faced Brock Larson on August 5, 2007, at WEC 29.[12] Condit won the fight via first round submission (armbar).[13]

Condit would next face Carlo Prater in a rematch on February 13, 2008, at WEC 32.[14] Condit defeated Prater via submission in the first round.[14]

Condit faced Hiromitsu Miura on August 3, 2008, at WEC 35. Condit won the back and forth fight via TKO in the fourth round, winning Fight of the Night honors.[15]

A rematch with Brock Larson was briefly linked to WEC 39.[16] The pairing was scrapped as both fighters suffered injuries and were eventually rebooked with different opponents as they transferred to the UFC.[17] Condit would be the last WEC Welterweight Champion before the UFC dissolved the title and division. Condit's record in the WEC ended at a perfect 5–0.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (2009–present) edit

Condit would make the move to UFC after the WEC buyout and he made his debut in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) organization. He made his promotional debut on April 1, 2009, at UFC Fight Night 18 facing Martin Kampmann.[18] Condit lost the back and forth fight via split decision.[19] The fight was close enough that FightMetric ruled the bout a draw.

He was then scheduled to fight Chris Lytle on September 16, 2009, at UFC Fight Night 19, but Lytle had to drop out due to a knee injury.[20] UFC newcomer Jake Ellenberger would step up to replace Lytle.[21] Condit then defeated Ellenberger via split decision to get his first win in the UFC.

Condit later had to drop out of a scheduled fight at UFC 108 against Paul Daley due to a hand injury.[22]

Condit defeated Rory MacDonald via third-round TKO at UFC 115[23] in a bout that earned the Fight of the Night award. Although MacDonald seemed to get the better of the first two rounds with effective striking and takedowns, Condit came back with a more aggressive attitude in the final round, finishing MacDonald with a combination of elbows and short punches.[24][25]

Condit faced Dan Hardy on October 16, 2010, at UFC 120.[26] In the first round, Condit connected with a powerful left hook during an exchange, which dropped Hardy. Condit then landed two punches to Hardy on the ground before the referee stopped the fight at 4:27 of the first round. This victory made Condit the first and to date only man to defeat Hardy by way of KO and also earned him Knockout of the Night honours.[27][28]

Condit was expected to face Chris Lytle on February 27, 2011, at UFC 127.[29] However, Condit was forced from the bout after suffering a knee injury while training[30] and he was replaced by promotional newcomer Brian Ebersole.[31]

Condit faced Dong Hyun Kim on July 2, 2011, at UFC 132.[32] Condit won the fight via first round knockout (flying knee and punches) earning Knockout of the Night honors.[33][34] This fight gave Kim his first professional MMA loss.

Condit was expected to face B.J. Penn on October 29, 2011, at UFC 137.[35] However, UFC president Dana White announced at the UFC 137 press conference that Condit would no longer face Penn and instead replace Nick Diaz, who had failed to show up for any event related press appearances, and face Georges St-Pierre for the UFC Welterweight Championship at UFC 137.[36] On October 18, 2011, it was announced that St. Pierre had pulled out of the fight due to a knee injury.[37] After conferring with his management and UFC officials, Condit elected not to compete against a replacement fighter at UFC 137, but face St. Pierre in early 2012.[38][39] However, after Diaz defeated Penn at UFC 137, officials decided to have St. Pierre fight Diaz at UFC 143.[40]

UFC interim Welterweight Championship edit

Condit was expected to face Josh Koscheck on February 4, 2012, at UFC 143.[41] However, due to a knee injury sustained by St. Pierre, Condit faced Diaz at the event, with the winner being awarded an interim UFC Welterweight Championship.[42] Condit defeated Diaz via unanimous decision (48–47, 49–46, and 49–46) to win the UFC Interim Welterweight Championship.[43]

Condit faced Georges St-Pierre on November 17, 2012, at UFC 154.[44] Condit became only the second man to knock down St. Pierre in the UFC when he dropped him with a head kick early in the third round and swarmed him, but was unable to finish. He ultimately lost the fight via unanimous decision in a back and forth battle which earned both participants Fight of the Night honors for their performance.[45] After the bout, St-Pierre stated Condit was the best fighter he had ever fought.

Condit was expected to face Rory MacDonald in a rematch on March 16, 2013, at UFC 158.[46] However, MacDonald pulled out of the bout citing an injury, and was replaced by Johny Hendricks.[47] While Condit was able to outstrike Hendricks significantly for the majority of the fight, Hendricks was able to score multiple takedowns in each round, earning Hendricks a unanimous decision victory. Their performance earned both participants Fight of the Night honors.[48]

Condit faced Martin Kampmann in a rematch on August 28, 2013, at UFC Fight Night 27.[49] After a first round which saw Kampmann control the action with his wrestling, Condit was able to utilize his more varied arsenal of strikes for the remainder of the bout to get the TKO in the fourth round via a series of punches and knees, avenging his previous loss.[50] The fight also earned Condit his third consecutive (and fourth overall) Fight of the Night bonus award.[51]

Condit was expected to face Matt Brown on December 14, 2013, at UFC on Fox 9.[52] However, in the week leading up to the event, Brown pulled out of the bout citing a back injury.[53] As a result, Condit was removed from the card as well.[54]

Condit next fought Tyron Woodley in the co-main event at UFC 171.[55] In round two, Woodley landed on Condit's right knee on a takedown. The referee stood the fight up for inactivity, and when Condit tried to step away after Woodley kicked his left knee, his right buckled, causing him to collapse in agony and the referee to award Woodley a TKO.[56] An MRI confirmed that Condit had suffered a torn ACL and partially torn meniscus which would require surgery.[57]

After over a year away from the sport due to his knee injury, Condit returned to face Thiago Alves on May 30, 2015, in the main event at UFC Fight Night 67.[58] Condit was successful in his return, winning the fight via TKO after the cage-side doctor ended the contest between the second and third round due to the amount of damage Alves had taken.[59][60]

Condit was expected to face current champion Robbie Lawler on November 15, 2015, at UFC 193.[61] However, the bout was scrapped from the event after Lawler suffered a thumb injury.[62] The fight eventually took place as the headliner at UFC 195 on January 2, 2016.[63] Condit lost the bout by split decision.[64] Condit landed 198 of the 504 strikes he threw to Lawler's respective 78 of 177. Each fighter was credited with one knockdown during the fight, as Condit dropped Lawler in the first round and Lawler floored Condit in the second. 15 of 20 media outlets scored the bout in favor of Condit, 2 of 20 scored a draw and only 3 of 20 scored in favor of Lawler.[65] Despite the controversial loss, both participants were awarded a Fight of the Night bonus award.[66]

Consecutive losses edit

Condit returned to the cage eight months later to face Demian Maia in the main event of UFC on Fox 21 on August 27, 2016.[67] He lost the fight via submission in the first round.[68]

After a sixteen-month layoff, Condit returned to the UFC and faced Neil Magny on December 30, 2017, at UFC 219.[69] He lost the fight by unanimous decision.[70]

Condit was expected to face Matt Brown on April 14, 2018, at UFC on Fox 29.[71] Brown was pulled out from the fight due to a torn Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL),[72] and was replaced by Alex Oliveira.[73] Condit lost to Oliveira via a guillotine choke.[74]

Condit faced Michael Chiesa on December 29, 2018, at UFC 232.[75] He lost the fight via submission in the second round.[76]

Condit was scheduled to face Mickey Gall on December 7, 2019, at UFC on ESPN 7.[77] However, Condit was forced to pull from the event due to a detached retina, thus the bout was subsequently cancelled.[78][79]

Return to victory edit

After nearly a year away from the sport, Condit faced Court McGee on October 4, 2020 at UFC on ESPN: Holm vs. Aldana.[80] After knocking McGee down in the first round, Condit won the fight via unanimous decision.[81]

Condit faced Matt Brown on January 16, 2021, at UFC on ABC 1.[82] He won the fight via unanimous decision.[83]

Condit faced Max Griffin on July 10, 2021, at UFC 264.[84] He lost the fight via unanimous decision.[85]

On September 17, 2021, it was announced that Condit has retired from competing MMA.[86]

Personal life edit

Condit married his longtime girlfriend, Seager Marie McCullah, in December 2010.[87] The couple welcomed their first child, a son, in March 2010.[88]

Business ventures edit

Condit partnered with Los Angeles brand Sene to launch a custom denim collaboration in November 2020.[89]

Championships and accomplishments edit

Mixed martial arts edit

Mixed martial arts record edit

Professional record breakdown
46 matches 32 wins 14 losses
By knockout 15 1
By submission 13 6
By decision 4 7
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 32–14 Max Griffin Decision (unanimous) UFC 264 July 10, 2021 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 32–13 Matt Brown Decision (unanimous) UFC on ABC: Holloway vs. Kattar January 16, 2021 3 5:00 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Win 31–13 Court McGee Decision (unanimous) UFC on ESPN: Holm vs. Aldana October 4, 2020 3 5:00 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Loss 30–13 Michael Chiesa Submission (kimura) UFC 232 December 29, 2018 2 0:56 Inglewood, California, United States
Loss 30–12 Alex Oliveira Submission (guillotine choke) UFC on Fox: Poirier vs. Gaethje April 14, 2018 2 3:17 Glendale, Arizona, United States
Loss 30–11 Neil Magny Decision (unanimous) UFC 219 December 30, 2017 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Loss 30–10 Demian Maia Submission (rear-naked choke) UFC on Fox: Maia vs. Condit August 27, 2016 1 1:52 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Loss 30–9 Robbie Lawler Decision (split) UFC 195 January 2, 2016 5 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States For the UFC Welterweight Championship. Fight of the Night.
Win 30–8 Thiago Alves TKO (doctor stoppage) UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Alves May 30, 2015 2 5:00 Goiânia, Brazil
Loss 29–8 Tyron Woodley TKO (leg kick) UFC 171 March 15, 2014 2 2:00 Dallas, Texas, United States
Win 29–7 Martin Kampmann TKO (punches and knees) UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Kampmann 2 August 28, 2013 4 0:54 Indianapolis, Indiana, United States Fight of the Night.
Loss 28–7 Johny Hendricks Decision (unanimous) UFC 158 March 16, 2013 3 5:00 Montreal, Quebec, Canada Fight of the Night.
Loss 28–6 Georges St-Pierre Decision (unanimous) UFC 154 November 17, 2012 5 5:00 Montreal, Quebec, Canada For the UFC Welterweight Championship. Fight of the Night.
Win 28–5 Nick Diaz Decision (unanimous) UFC 143 February 4, 2012 5 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Won the interim UFC Welterweight Championship.
Win 27–5 Dong Hyun Kim KO (flying knee and punches) UFC 132 July 2, 2011 1 2:58 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Knockout of the Night.
Win 26–5 Dan Hardy KO (punch) UFC 120 October 16, 2010 1 4:27 London, England Knockout of the Night.
Win 25–5 Rory MacDonald TKO (punches) UFC 115 June 12, 2010 3 4:53 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Fight of the Night.
Win 24–5 Jake Ellenberger Decision (split) UFC Fight Night: Diaz vs. Guillard September 16, 2009 3 5:00 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Loss 23–5 Martin Kampmann Decision (split) UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Kampmann April 1, 2009 3 5:00 Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Win 23–4 Hiromitsu Miura TKO (punches) WEC 35 August 3, 2008 4 4:43 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Defended the WEC Welterweight Championship. Fight of the Night.
Win 22–4 Carlo Prater Submission (guillotine choke) WEC 32 February 13, 2008 1 3:48 Rio Rancho, New Mexico, United States Defended the WEC Welterweight Championship.
Win 21–4 Brock Larson Submission (armbar) WEC 29 August 5, 2007 1 2:21 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Defended the WEC Welterweight Championship.
Win 20–4 John Alessio Submission (rear-naked choke) WEC 26 March 24, 2007 2 4:59 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Won the vacant WEC Welterweight Championship.
Win 19–4 Kyle Jensen Submission (rear-naked choke) WEC 25 January 20, 2007 1 2:10 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 18–4 Tatsunori Tanaka KO (stomp) Pancrase: Blow 9 October 25, 2006 1 2:13 Tokyo, Japan
Win 17–4 Takuya Wada Submission (kimura) Pancrase: Blow 7 September 16, 2006 3 4:22 Tokyo, Japan
Win 16–4 Koji Oishi TKO (doctor stoppage) Pancrase: 2006 Neo-Blood Tournament Finals July 28, 2006 3 1:01 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 15–4 Pat Healy Submission (rear-naked choke) Extreme Wars 3: Bay Area Brawl June 3, 2006 3 2:53 Oakland, California, United States
Loss 15–3 Jake Shields Decision (unanimous) Rumble on the Rock 9 April 21, 2006 3 5:00 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States ROTR Welterweight Tournament Final.
Win 15–2 Frank Trigg Submission (triangle armbar) 1 1:22 ROTR Welterweight Tournament Semifinal.
Win 14–2 Renato Verissimo TKO (knees and punches) Rumble on the Rock 8 January 20, 2006 1 0:17 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States ROTR Welterweight Tournament Quarterfinal.
Win 13–2 Ross Ebañez TKO (punches) Rumble on the Rocks: Just Scrap November 5, 2005 1 1:27 Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Loss 12–2 Satoru Kitaoka Submission (heel hook) Pancrase: Spiral 8 October 2, 2005 1 3:57 Yokohama, Japan
Win 12–1 Chilo Gonzalez Submission (armbar) Ring of Fire 19: Showdown September 10, 2005 1 1:06 Castle Rock, Colorado, United States
Win 11–1 Masaki Tuchhi KO (head kick) Professional No Rules Fight: Demolition June 18, 2005 1 4:35 Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Win 10–1 Randy Hauer KO (punches) FightWorld 3 November 27, 2004 1 1:27 Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Win 9–1 Will Bradford TKO (punches) Independent Event November 13, 2004 1 1:30 New Mexico, United States
Loss 8–1 Carlo Prater Submission (triangle choke) FightWorld 2 September 11, 2004 1 2:51 Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Win 8–0 Brandon Melendez Submission (triangle choke) Ring of Fire 12: Nemesis May 22, 2004 1 0:50 Castle Rock, Colorado, United States
Win 7–0 Jarvis Brennaman Submission (armbar) KOTC 35: Acoma February 28, 2004 1 0:34 Acoma, New Mexico, United States
Win 6–0 Brad Gumm TKO (punches) Ring of Fire 11: Bring it On January 10, 2004 1 1:11 Castle Rock, Colorado, United States
Win 5–0 David Lindemeyer Submission (armbar) KOTC 26: Gladiator Challenge August 3, 2003 1 0:46 Acoma, New Mexico, United States
Win 4–0 Tyrell McElroy Submission (arm-triangle choke) Triple Threat: Fight Night 1 April 6, 2003 1 2:49 Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Win 3–0 Anthony Zamora TKO (punches) Independent Event March 15, 2003 1 0:29 Acoma, New Mexico, United States
Win 2–0 Tommy Gouge Submission (armbar) Reality Fighting Championships 1 January 25, 2003 1 0:45 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Win 1–0 Nick Roscorla Submission (rear-naked choke) Aztec Challenge 1 September 6, 2002 1 0:52 Ciudad Juárez, Mexico


Pay-per-view bouts edit

No. Event Fight Date Venue City PPV Buys
1. UFC 143 Diaz vs. Condit February 4, 2012 Mandalay Bay Events Center Las Vegas, Nevada, United States 400,000[92]
2. UFC 154 St-Pierre vs. Condit November 17, 2012 Bell Centre Montreal, Quebec, Canada 700,000[93]
3. UFC 195 Lawler vs. Condit January 2, 2016 MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas, Nevada, United States 230,000[94]

Professional boxing record edit

0 Wins, 1 Loss, 0 Draws
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Loss 0–1   Donnel Wade SD 4 2004-04-10   Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Kickboxing record edit

Kickboxing record
3 wins (2 KOs), 1 loss, 0 draws
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time Record
2005-12-10 Win   Pete Spratt Ring of Fire 20: Elite Castle Rock, Colorado, USA Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 3-1
2005-04-09 Win   Cruz Chacon Ring of Fire 16: No Limit Castle Rock, Colorado, USA KO (strikes) 1 2:05 2-1
2005-02-12 Win   Marcus Davis Ring of Fire 15: Inferno Castle Rock, Colorado, USA TKO (strikes) 2 1:03 1-1
2003-09-23 Loss   Andy Souwer Shootboxing: "S" of the World, Vol. 5 Tokyo, Japan TKO (low kicks) 5 2:43 0-1
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also edit

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Title last held by
Georges St-Pierre
2nd UFC Interim Welterweight Champion
February 4, 2012 – November 17, 2012
Title next held by
Colby Covington
Title last held by
Mike Pyle
5th WEC Welterweight Champion
March 24, 2007 – February 3, 2009
WEC Welterweight division
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