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@CarlosCondit | Age: 29
Ht.: 6-2 | Wt.: 170
Rank: No. 3 Welterweight
Odds: -175 (favorite)
VS. Tyron Woodley
@Twooodley | Age: 31
Ht.: 5-9 | Wt.: 170
Odds: +155 (underdog)
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Breakdown: A wrestling pedigree helped Woodley get his career off the ground, but it has been his striking that has given opponents fits in recent fights.
Josh Koscheck went to Woodley after they fought in November and said something to the effect of, "You're just so fast." And it's true. It's hard not to be enamored by his power, but upon closer look, it's his hand speed that's truly impressive.
Condit can't match Woodley in raw athleticism, but you still favor him on the feet because of technique. And his constant activity is going to give Woodley problems.
Woodley loves to level change and come upstairs with the right hand. He'll throw it down the middle coming forward and over the top during an exchange. Previous opponents, however, have had success shutting him down with feints. As dynamic as Woodley's right hand is, he has had some trouble getting in the groove and throwing it.
Will he wrestle? He has always looked supremely confident from top position. Condit's guard is outstanding, but I doubt Woodley will avoid it. If he burns energy on busted takedown attempts though, that would be problematic.
Prediction: Woodley is the definition of dangerous right now. He wanted this fight because, in his head, he knows he can win it. He says he's hungrier than anybody in the sport right now, and I tend to believe him.
Woodley will be at the pinnacle of his game. Is that enough to beat Condit? Anybody who tells you they know for sure is a liar. Woodley's speed terrifies me, but I think Condit will have a plan to deal with it. CONDIT BY THIRD-ROUND TKO.
LAS VEGAS -- UFC 171 comes to us from Dallas, Texas, Saturday night on pay-per-view and features a welterweight title fight between Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler. The winner earns the title vacated by Georges St. Pierre, who beat Hendricks in November before deciding to take some time off from fighting and surrender his belt.
Hendricks is about a 4-to-1 favorite, with Lawler getting odds of about +320 on the takeback.
While Hendricks (15-2-0) did everything but stop St. Pierre, he lost a very controversial split-decision. Almost all observers, including UFC president Dana White, thought Hendricks won the bout. Hendricks, naturally, was outraged by the judges’ decision.
Before his great performance against GSP, Hendricks earned an impressive win by unanimous decision over top contender Carlos Condit last March in a bout that earned Fight of the Night honors.
While Hendricks has the type of power that can end a fight at any time, he also has tremendous wrestling ability to fall back on should the fight become a grappling contest. We doubt that will happen Saturday night, and we see this fight ending with a knockout for Hendricks.
Last year marked a remarkable turnaround for Lawler’s career, as he registered two KO wins and a split-decision victory over heavily-favored Rory MacDonald, which earned him this title shot. Lawler (22-9-0) is on quite a roll right now, but that likely comes to an abrupt end on Saturday.
Hendricks is just better in all aspects of the sport and can win this fight standing or on the ground if he chooses to take Lawler down.
Lawler does have tremendous power and can end a fight quickly if he is able to land one of his big punches, but it’s difficult to envision that happening here. Hendricks only has to watch out for the big shots.