Georges St-Pierre dominated interim champion Carlos Condit for five rounds en route to a unanimous decision at UFC 154. St-Pierre, who had been on the shelf since April 2011 with a serious knee injury, made it look easy, beating Condit to the punch and taking him down at will.
Condit landed a left high kick in the third that dropped the champion, but otherwise, it was all St-Pierre. He spent much of the fight where he always seems to spend time in fights—on top of Condit pounding away with punches and elbows.
What's next for the most dominant welterweight champion of all time?
There were heavy rumors that middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva would step into the cage to challenge St-Pierre to a long discussed superfight. Instead, St-Pierre seemed to pump the brakes on that fight, telling the crowd he would go on vacation and consider his options.
If the Silva fight falls apart, a contender emerged on the undercard. Two-time NCAA champion Johny Hendricks walloped Martin Kampmann with a left hand and sent his name to the top of a short list of potential challengers.
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