"There are a couple of reasons why Albuquerque is such a great fight town. For starters theres not a whole lot to do. There are not a lot of distractions. But also Albuquerque has a hard edge. This could be a pretty gritty place. I think you can see that in a lot of the fighters that come out of Albuquerque because we're fighters."-Carlos Condit via Fuel TV
Current UFC interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit talks about his hometown during an exclusive tour of Albuquerque, New Mexico where he began his MMA career.
During the tour, Condit shows fans downtown Albuquerque, and several places where he used to work as a bouncer to supplement his income.
Condit, who grew up in West Albuquerque, also shows where he first began his wrestling career in Cibola High School.
The Greg Jackson trained fighter is set to unify the welterweight belts against UFC welterweight champion George St. Pierre at UFC 154 on Nov. 17.
Check out Condit's Albuquerque tour below: