I’ve never ducked a taco truck. If there’s a Mexican man (or woman) onboard a mobile kitchen, I’m often not too far behind them by moped. When the shutters swing open, my money is in hand and my order is pre-determined. I then patiently wait to devour those warm blankets of meat with glee. The sense of instant gratification can only be measured in smiles per hour. Luckily, there are so many carts, stands, bodegas, and trucks to choose from, so defending the streak of never missing one carries a daily sense of moral victory. Carlos Condit, however, has never defended his UFC welterweight title. For approximately 9 months, people have criticized the ‘Natural Born Killer’ of being the ‘Natural Born Jogger’ as he not only narrowly escaped his fight against Nick Diaz with a victory, but also because he failed to entertain the process of defending that title. That’s not to say that he didn’t want to, or that he didn’t mean to, at least not according to his manager. In fact, Malki Kawa wants to tell you all about Carlos Condit’s desire to defend the title he never defended. Let’s listen to Malki explain everything and try our best to ignore the fact that ever since he took on Jon Jones as a client, his hairline started receding.