“I was dominating Carlos Condit, which is a hard thing to do. I surprised him with the leg kick. He wasn’t expecting it because he’s the leg kicker. So for me to go out there and chop his leg down … his knee got injured from getting taken down, from a great, timed double leg. It’s just a part of the game, like if I did an armbar and he doesn’t tap or I do a choke and he doesn’t tap. It’s a part of the game so it doesn’t take away from the victory for me because I was dominating the fight.”
In Saturday’s co-main event, Tyron Woodley walked away with a TKO victory over Carlos Condit.
It was a knee injury that halted the action and Woodley doesn’t think it matters.