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Who stepped aside?

According to Carlos Condit’s manager, Carlos ‘agreeing to step aside’ may be a generous way of describing why GSP is now fighting Nick Diaz:

Following the fight, spoke to Condit’s manager Malki Kawa, who simply stated that ‘stepping aside’ isn’t what happened.

“We didn’t step aside. That’s not what we do,” Kawa wrote in a text message to “GSP doesn’t want to fight Carlos.”

Jeez, is it ‘Shit on Georges St Pierre’ week and someone forgot to tell me? Or maybe Kawa is just trying to be more proactive about making sure his client isn’t instantly butted aside again if Georges stops being such a giant pussy about fighting Anderson Silva. See, now I’m getting the hang of how this works. Really, it’s way too late for Carlos though. Maybe if he had been at UFC 137 to wedgie Georges and tell him “Nique ta salope mere!”, all this could have been avoided.

(via Five Ounces)

  • JoeRoganIsAnnoying says:

    “Jeez, is it ‘Shit on Georges St Pierre’ week and someone forgot to tell me?”

    Yes, yes it is.

  • Monstrosity says:

    and i hope people keep shitting on him till he either 1) Loses. or 2) has an exciting fight.

  • glassjawsh says:

    ^ i’d bet 1 infinity million dollars that #1 happens first

  • Letibleu says:

    Did A Few Million Virtual Monkeys Randomly Recreate Shakespeare? Maybe, but Condit is still one fight away…

    from the not-yet dept of Jackal randomness

    MMA Junk alerts us to a report that a guy who set up a few million virtual monkeys trying to recreate Shakespeare — a la the infinite monkey theorem — has succeeded in recreating its first work of Shakespeare. Specifically, it’s A Lover’s Complaint, which is a narrative poem that was apparently published as an appendix to a book of Shakespeare’s sonnets.

  • frickshun says:

    ^^Haha funny.

  • CAP says:

    Is that a brick shithouse?