Martin Kampmann will have his hands full come November 17 and UFC 154, as “The Hitman” takes on Johny Hendricks in a possible No. 1 contender match in the UFC’s welterweight division.

However, the main event of that card will see an undisputed UFC 170-pound champion crowned when Georges St-Pierre returns to face Carlos Condit.

Kampmann (20-5) has won three straight fights since back-to-back defeats vs. Diego Sanchez and Jake Shields. In fact, he defeated Condit back in 2009 via split decision. So, how does Kampmann see the GSP-Condit match going? He recently told MMA Weekly:

“I used to think GSP would probably get a victory by taking him down and grinding out a decision, but now that it’s closer to the fight, I’m starting to lean towards Carlos picking up the upset. I’m not sure why, but I could see Carlos hitting GSP with some crazy knee or a spinning-back fist or something crazy, and pull off the upset.”

St-Pierre has not fought since early in 2011, scoring a decision over Jake Shields. Condit claimed the interim title when he bested Nick Diaz, and has waited for GSP to heal up before returning to action.

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