Max Griffin earned the biggest win of his pro career, taking a three-round unanimous decision over former interim UFC / WEC welterweight champion Carlos Condit.
Scores were 29-28, 29-28 and 30-27 for Griffin, now 18-8. Condit falls to 32-14.
Griffin had a great first round, battering Condit’s lead leg before scoring a knockdown with his punches upstairs just before the four-minute mark of the frame. The knockdown seemed to light a fire under Condit, who got busier before the horn, but he wasn’t able to deter Griffin.
Condit getting back in the fight and getting the better of the action via second round, if only slightly. Griffin stuck to the game plan, though, and the 170-pounders continued to battle tooth and nail throughout the third, with Griffin landing the harder blows before scoring a takedown in the final minute that ultimately paid great dividends on the scorecards.