"It was too personal for me, and I love both of those guys," said Jackson on The MMA Hour. "It is just business, and they did what they had to do, but for me, it was kind of a personal thing and it's not something I enjoy."
Both men have trained with Jackson extensively in the past, which led to him not even attending the UFC 154 event. He also chose not to train either fighter as a way to remain neutral and fair.
St-Pierre defeated Condit via decision to become the undisputed welterweight champion last weekend.
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Both fighters left the Octagon bruised and battered, but no serious injuries were reported, which allowed Jackson to breathe a sigh of relief.
"Everybody let me know that it was good, and everyone was okay," said Jackson. "That was my main concern, that everybody was fine."
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