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Tactically, Condit is known for his aggressive, in-your-face style—a style that has allowed him to finish 26 of the 28 opponents he's defeated.
While pressuring St-Pierre on the feet seems like a clever policy for Condit to institute, he doesn't really have the takedown defense to press forward without paying heed to his defensive openings he'll leave.
I'm sure this potential problem has not escaped the notice of Condit, so he might wish to implement an alternative set of tactics less reliant on aggression.
You know, like the ones he put on Nick Diaz.
The problem there is that St-Pierre is too disciplined to chase Condit around and open himself up by charging forward. Additionally, GSP is pretty dangerous on the feet when given space, so an inability to locate defensive cracks might be the least of Condit's problems if he takes this route.
Anyway, Condit approaches St-Pierre in the Octagon, the Canadian legend will have him covered.