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UFC 143: Diaz vs Condit (Ultimate 2-Disc Collection)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Diaz robbed! Aug. 5 2013
By Poetwarrior - Published on Amazon.com
People here applauding Condit's "Gameplan" as if they get it and the people who hated the fight and KNOW he was given a gift decision don't and their opinions are irrelevant make me sick.
Bottom line Condit did NOT want to engage Diaz who had far superior hands & Boxing skills so he ran around for 5 rds. countered with leg kicks and point fighting tactics to "win" a decision. The decision was robbery as are many MMA Fights.
Diaz deserved better as do Fight fans who get cheated out of their hard earned money by fighters like Condit who only care about playing it safe and not realizing it's a fans sport so go out and put on a show and go out and bang.
Diaz gets it, Lawler gets it, Manhoef, Cung Le, Scott Smith, Phil Baroni, Ray Sefo etc. they get it.
Even Frank Shamrock who was a submission ace when he started fell in love with his striking and went for it because he knew that's what fans wanted and deserved. Not 3 rounds of the running man or dry humping your opponent for 15 minutes...lol.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
not as bad as people are saying.... April 24 2012
By steve zacharias - Published on Amazon.com
While it wasn't a great event, it was still an event worth watching. Don't listen to all the reviews that just talk about the main event, there were still some good moments (Roy Nelson vs Fabricio Werdum, Dustin Poirier's mounted triangle submission, Stephen Thompson's head kick knockout, Josh Koscheck and Mike Pierce in a close battle). It's an event worth watching.
Good one Dec 11 2013
By stephen newmark - Published on Amazon.com
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I love watching either of the Diaz brothers in the cage. Consequently, I liked this UFC production more than most of the others.
Decent Fights June 30 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I thought the Diaz vs Condit fight was a draw in my opinon. Everybody should buy and watch this fight for themselves to get their own opinon. I think both fighters should've pushed the action a little more and go for the finish. The Nelson vs Werdum fight was a letdown. The Koscheck vs Pierce fight was close and the best match on the entire card.
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
great fight May 10 2012
By UFC Fan - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't know what people are talking about, how Diaz should have won the belt. That's a load of crap, Condit didn't play Diaz's game. I had it scored for rounds one, and two 10-9 Diaz, and the last three rounds for Condit with a 10-9. It was a great fight, I ended up with a poster from the fight. So this is a must see fight of the year.

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