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MMA Results ' UFC 124'

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UFC 124 Results

Saturday 11th December

True to his word, St. Pierre bullied the bully at UFC 124, dismantling Koscheck in a five-round unanimous decision before a North American record attendance of 23,152 at the Bell Centre.

Eschewing the takedown and control game that his critics decry as overly safe, St. Pierre easily outstruck Koscheck in a largely standup fight, much to the delight of the capacity crowd that exploded at every punch, elbow and kick.

Still, GSP felt the performance fell short of his perfectionist's tastes, as he failed to finish Koscheck as he predicted.

 

 

 

 

UFC 124 News - Full Results Below

Main Card

Georges St-Pierre def. Josh Koscheck via unanimous decision

Stefan Struve def. Sean McCorkle via first-round TKO

Jim Miller def. Charles Oliveira via submission (kneebar)

Mac Danzig def. Joe Stevenson via first-round KO

Thiago Alves def. John Howard via unanimous decision

 

Undercard

Dan Miller def. Joe Doerksen via split decision

Mark Bocek def. Dustin Hazelett via submission (triangle)

Jesse Bongfeldt vs. Rafael Natal ruled a majority draw

Sean Pierson def. Matt Riddle via unanimous decision

Ricardo Almeida def. TJ Grant via unanimous decision

John Makdessi def. Pat Audinwood via unanimous decision

 

“Anderson Silva Still Sport's Pound-for-Pound King says White” -- Even after watching UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre thrash Josh Koscheck for five rounds, UFC president Dana White can't elevate the Canadian to No. 1 on his pound-for-pound list.

According to White, that honor still belongs to the UFC's middleweight champion, Anderson Silva.

"This is a guy who's wiped out the 185-pound division," White said. "He really has. Not only has he wiped out a division, he beat a couple of guys at 205. That's why this whole debate over pound-for-pound ... I love Georges St. Pierre. He's awesome, he's a superstar and everything else. But he lost not too long ago to Matt Serra by knockout. [Anderson] has never lost in the UFC, and he's moved up a weight class and beat two f---ing tough guys at that weight."