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UFC 154 Countdown: St-Pierre vs. Condit

Two dominant welterweight champions -- on a collision course for over a year -- will finally get their day in the Octagon this Saturday. Don't miss Georges St-Pierre's return against Carlos Condit at UFC 154.

(12:06) | November 14, 2012



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