UFC 143 Results: Judges' Score Cards From Carlos Condit Vs. Nick Diaz

UFC 143 Carlos Condit Vs. Nick Diaz Judges' Score Cards

Everyone who watched UFC 143's welterweight interim title fight between Nick Diaz and Carlos Condit had their own score in their heads. Nick Diaz clearly thought he won the fight, apparently retiring in a snit after the loss. But only three people's opinions mattered and they all agreed that Carlos Condit won the fight. Here are each judges' round-by-round scores:

  • Judge Cecil Peoples had it: 10-9, 10-9, 9-10, 10-9, 10-9 for Condit.
  • Judge Patricia Morse Jarman had it: 10-9, 10-9, 9-10, 10-9, 10-9 for Condit.
  • Judge Junichiro Kamijo had it 10-9, 9-10, 10-9, 10-9, 9-10 for Condit.
Some interesting things to note. First off it's pretty amazing that only one judge scored the final round for Diaz given the take down and back mount. Secondly, it's interesting that only Kamijo had Diaz winning the second but Jarman and Peoples had Diaz winning the third. Everyone agreed that Condit won the first and fourth rounds.

Dana White scored it three rounds to two for Condit, with Diaz winning the first two and Condit the final three.

CompuStrike counted the strikes in the bout like so:
  • Condit outlanded Diaz in total strikes 146 to 110
  • Diaz outlanded Condit 86 to 42 in total arm strikes landed
  • Condit outlanded Diaz 104 to 19 in total leg strikes landed
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