Johny Hendricks Not Injured, Likes to Take on Georges St. Pierre

After a winning fight against Carlos Condit, Johny Hendricks complained that he felt something on his left hand and feared that it may be broken or terribly injured. During the post-fight press conference, Hendricks was sure of this injury but then after contemplating on his next career move, was certain that he has suffered no injury at all.

And what Hendricks wants is a shot against Georges St. Pierre this August. Interviews by UFC Tonight confirmed the fighter’s great condition. The interview mentions that although Hendricks was afraid that he totally damaged is “dangerous left hand”, this was actually half true. He indeed felt he dislocated a couple of fingers in the early minutes of the fight with Condit but as the fight moved on, the injured fingers popped back into their original positions. He felt excruciating pain when all these happened but he said that he had to do what he had to do: to finish the fight for a full 15-minute. The interview also mentioned that Hendricks is sure to undergo x-rays just to confirm that there are no broken bones after all.

What Hendricks is really into is preparing for a match against Georges St. Pierre who is fresh from a unanimous decision win over Nick Diaz in UFC 158 headline fight last March 16, 2018. St. Pierre is in pure perfect form as he also awaits his next match this year.

To note, George “Rush” St. Pierre is 31 years young from St. Isidore, Quebec, Canada. He has a fantastic MMA record of 24 wins and just 2 losses. His win over Diaz was his 11th consecutive win since 2007 when he won via unanimous decision over Josh Koscheck at UFC 74- Respect in April 2007. St. Pierre has been in the business for more than a decade and is also a product endorser for muscle-building and health products.

Johny “Bigg Rigg” Hendricks on the other hand is 2 years younger than St. Pierre but has a 15 win and only one loss MMA professional career. His last win over Carlos Condit in March 16, 2013 was his 6th consecutive win. His only defeat came from Rick Story at Ultimate Fighter 12 Finale in December 2010 via unanimous decision. His fight against Sr. Pierre will be a totally spectacular event that everyone will look forward to.

UFC 158 Results: Georges St-Pierre Dominates Nick Diaz to Retain Welterweight Title

Kevin and George from the Uncut Sports SHow weigh in on all of the exciting action from this weekend’s main card at UFC 158. See what the guys have to say about the Main Event between GSP and Nick Diaz and what the outcome means for the state of the welterweight division.

GSP executed a perfect game plan and dissected yet another opponent in Nick Diaz. Many were surprised that the fight remained standing for about 50 percent of the bout. Nonetheless, in the end GSP dominated, and proved to the world that he is the most dominant welterweight of our time.

Welterweight No. 1 Contender to Be Named at UFC 158

Fans watching at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada will be witnesses as UFC announces its number 1 welterweight contender at UFC 158 on Saturday, March 16, 2012. UF 158 will be headlined by a welterweight explosion between Georges St. Pierre and Nick Diaz. St. Pierre will defend his welterweight title against former Strikeforce champ Diaz.

Dana White announced this news Thursday, in a pre-fight press conference. He mentioned that the winner of Match 11 between Johny Hendricks and Carlos Condit will be hailed as the top contender at 170 pounds.

To review Hendricks’ and Condit’s stats to prepare for this nerve-wrecking decision; Johny “Bigg Rigg” Hendricks is a 29 year old welterweight from Ada, Oklahoma, USA. He has a superb 14 wins and only one loss record for his professional MMA career. Bigg Rigg has been undefeated for 5 consecutive matches and his recent victory was over Martin Kampmann at UFC 154 headlined by St. Pierre versus Condit. He knocked out Kampmann before the first minute of round one and that happened in November 2012. Before this spectacular win, he won over Josh Kocheck at UFC on Fox 3 Diaz versus Miller via split decision in May 2012. Hendricks’ only loss was in the hands of Rick Story via unanimous decision in UFC The Ultimate Fighter 12 Finale in December 2010. He has proved to be a fighter in perfect form ever since he started his career at Masters of the Cage, HRP, WEC and when he was in Xtreme Fighting League.

And as thrilling as his name sounds; Carlos “Natural Born Killer” Condit may be the fighter that will keep Hendricks’ from getting the number 1 slot. This 28 year old welterweight fighter is from Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. He has a 28 win and 6 losses record and his last fight was a loss against St. Pierre at the UFC 154 in November 2012 via unanimous decision. But before this fight, he enjoyed 5 consecutive wins since he won against Jake Ellenberger at UFC Fight Night 18 via split decision in September 2009. He has defeated so many great fighters like Rory MacDonald, Dan Hardy, Dong Hyun Kim and Nick Diaz.

UFC 159 at the Bell Centre will also feature Jake Ellenberger versus Nate Marquardt, Chris Camozzi versus Nick Ring, Mike Ricci versus Colin Fletcher and Patrick Cote versus Bobby Voelker to name a few.