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UFC 94: ST-PIERRE vs PENN 2

  • GSP silences B.J.

    By By Christine Killimayer · Feb. 1, 2009 · 4 a.m.

    Georges Silences Penn

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    Georges St. Pierre dominates lightweight champ B.J. Penn on his way to proving he belongs in the mix for the title of UFC's pound-for-pound king.

  • UFC 94: Observations from the octagon

    By John Katsilometes · Jan. 31, 2008 · 8:52 p.m.

    Octagonside at UFC 94 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, I have two thoughts: 1. Ouch. 2. I cannot believe how popular this sport has become.

  • St. Pierre is superior in superfight

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    Georges St. Pierre again proved he's one of the UFC's best with a dominating victory over B.J. Penn Saturday at the MGM Grand.

  • St. Pierre out to prove he’s the best

    By Andy Samuelson · Jan. 31, 2009 · 2 a.m.

    Tonight is personal for Georges St. Pierre, and it has very little to do with B.J. Penn. “For me when I compete, I compete against myself,” said the UFC’s welterweight champion, who goes into tonight’s superfight at the MGM Grand against the lightweight champ sporting a 17-2 record.

  • Penn ready to back up words

    By Andy Samuelson · Jan. 31, 2009 · 2 a.m.

    B.J. Penn admits, in part, he’s been talking more trash before this fight to try to gain a mental advantage over St. Pierre, he insists the Canadian’s camp is the one fueling the verbal fire. “Him and his team constantly say they’re going to finish me. That they’re better than me in every aspect,” Penn said.

  • Lesser-known fighters ready to put on big show

    By Andy Samuelson · Jan. 29, 2009 · 2 a.m.

    The mixed martial arts world will be watching UFC 94 for the superfight between UFC champions Georges St. Pierre and B.J. Penn. But what they very well could see Saturday night is a lesser-known pair of fighters stealing the show at the MGM Grand. “The fight that has kind of gotten overshadowed by this thing, which is another amazing fight, is Thiago Silva and Lyoto Machida,” UFC president Dana White said during Wednesday’s media conference.

UFC 174
Demetrious Johnson and Rory MacDonald shut out opponents

UFC 174 Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson slammed his hands down on his UFC flyweight championship belt. Somewhere else in Rogers Arena, Rory MacDonald surely looked on with envy. Johnson and MacDonald put on dominant performances in the UFC's first trip to Vancouver in three years. Johnson defended his title for the fourth time, not allowing Ali Bagautinov to win any of their five fast-paced rounds. That couldn't quite top MacDonald, who barely let Tyron Woodley touch him in an all-important welterweight co-main event. MacDonald hopes the performance leads him to an opportunity to claim space alongside Johnson in the UFC champion's club.

Main Card Results
WinnerLoserMethod
Demetrious JohnsonAli BagautinovUnanimous Decision
Rory MacDonaldTyron WoodleyUnanimous Decision
Ryan BaderRafael "Feijao" CavalcanteUnanimous Decision
Andrei ArlovskiBrendan SchaubSplit Decision
Ovince St. PreuxRyan JimmoSubmission

Fight Schedule
DateEventHeadlining MatchLocation
September 27 UFC 178 Demetrious Johnson vs. Chris Cariaso Las Vegas: MGM Grand Garden Arena
October 4 UFC Fight Night 53 Gunnar Nelson vs. Rick Story Stockholm, Sweden
October 4 UFC Fight Night 54 Rory MacDonald vs. Tarec Saffiedine Halifax, Nova Scotia
October 18 HBO Boxing Gennady Golovkin vs. Marco Antonio Rubio Carson, Calif.
October 25 UFC 179 Jose Aldo vs. Chad Mendes II Rio de Janeiro
November 8 HBO Boxing Bernard Hopkins vs. Sergey Kovalev Atlantic City, N.J.

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