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Brock Larson “Ready” For WEC Welterweight Champ Carlos Condit

Brock Larson“I’m the real deal and I’m ready for Condit. I’m ready for it, so it’s just a matter of getting (Condit) to agree, but (the WEC) definitely wants it to happen. It’s up to Condit’s camp to figure out what it wants. I’d like to fight as often as possible, but the way it’s looking, this is the fight I want to wait for. I don’t want to risk anything like I did before fighting Condit the first time. I was supposed to fight him when I fought Kevin Knabjan two months before, and I think I peaked too early for that. It’s hard to peak twice in two months, so if it comes out that way, that’s the way I’m going to have to take it.

My confidence level is as high as it can be. I’ve always been really confident in my ground game, but now with my hands I’ve been doing a lot of sparring, and I’m confident everywhere now. I don’t feel like I have a huge hole anywhere. It’s going to take a pretty tough dude to bury me. I think that right now I’m doing the best that I’ve ever done and I’m ready for it.

Keep watching and you’re going to see more explosiveness from me and that belt around my waist.”

WEC welterweight Brock Larson (23-2-1), who defeated Carlo Prater via first-round TKO at WEC 35 on August 3rd, tells MMA Weekly that he has his sights set on again fighting WEC welterweight champion Carlos Condit, who successfully defended his 170-pound title with a fourth-round TKO victory over Hiromitsu Miura in the WEC 35 main event. In their first meeting, Condit successfully defended his title for the first time with a first-round armbar submission victory over Larson at WEC 29 in August 2007.

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