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UFC 94: Georges St. Pierre vs. B.J. Penn 2

This was quite a disappointment for BJ Penn fans. The fighter looked outmatched, outclassed, out boxed, out EVERYTHING. I must say… a complete beat down. In comparison to their 2006 battle, this match did not live up to its hype. You might say it was like watching an older brother take his younger brother to the ground and repeatedly beat him to submission until mom or dad came out to stop it.

Kudos to GSP for dominating this fight, but come on, you’re a walking around 185 while BJ is, at most, walking 165. You’re extra 10+ lbs definitely played a key role in you taking BJ down and laying on top of him while swing those razor sharp elbows. BJ, we know you made your money in this bout, but please come back down to your natural weight class and start your title defense against the likes of Ken Flo, Huerta, or Guida. Overall, not impressed with this fight that claimed to be the “GREATEST REMATCH IN MMA HISTORY”. Good luck to GSP vs Thiago Alves and hope BJ’s face heals up soon as he heads back down to 155.

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Results from the fight:


Round 1
Lightweight champion B.J. Penn enters the cage first to traditional Hawaiian music. Welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre follows to a loud applause. The fighters clinch and trade knees to the body and thigh. St. Pierre drops levels for a single but Penn defends while hopping on one leg. St. Pierre continues to work on the takedown while Penn defends with his back to the cage. St. Pierre lets go of the leg and both fighters are back in the center of the cage. St. Pierre pushes Penn against the fence and then moves back to the center. St. Pierre lands a one-two to the chin and then knees the midsection from the clinch. With 30 seconds left in the round, Penn connects to the body with a knee.

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 St. Pierre
Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 St. Pierre
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 St. Pierre

Round 2
Penn gets off first in round two with a left hook. And another. St. Pierre goes to the clinch and the crowd boos. St. Pierre trips Penn to the canvas. Penn is using a rubber guard, but St. Pierre gives nothing. St. Pierre passes to half-guard and side-control quickly. St. Pierre isolates the left arm of Penn and punches the head. St. Pierre is dominating Penn on the floor. Penn gets back to guard, where he eats ground-and-pound from both of St. Pierre’s hands. St. Pierre blasts Penn with a left hand and advances back to side control. Penn uses a jail break to get back to guard. Sitting in an open guard, St. Pierre tees off on Penn, who is bleeding below his left eye.

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 St. Pierre
Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 St. Pierre
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 St. Pierre

Round 3
Penn’s face is showing damage in round three. St. Pierre peppers the nose of Penn with jabs and a right hand. Penn’s nose is bleeding from the beating. St. Pierre gets an easy takedown and moves to half guard. He lazily punches the head with both hands until Penn is able to get back to full guard. St. Pierre blasts Penn with right-handed hammerfists. Penn scrambles to his feet and works for a single leg of his own. St. Pierre stuffs the attempt and pulls Penn’s legs out from under him with a double. A left elbow and punch connect with the head of Penn from guard. St. Pierre is making it look easy against the lightweight champion.

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 St. Pierre
Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 St. Pierre
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 St. Pierre

Round 4
Penn checks a low kick and takes a stiff jab. St. Pierre ducks under a slow jab and gets an easy double leg. St. Pierre passes Penn’s guard like the Hawaiian is a white belt. St. Pierre is putting on a display of dominance never seen from the Canadian fighter. St. Pierre knees the body from side control and punches the head of Penn with his left hand. St. Pierre lands a heavy elbow while trying to mount. St. Pierre continues to control Penn as he takes the mount for a brief second. Penn gets to guard but it only lasts seconds. St. Pierre advances to side control and goes back to work on the head of his opponent. St. Pierre tees off with elbows and punches while Penn covers. Referee Herb Dean watches closely, but he lets Penn ride out the round.

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-8 St. Pierre
Jordan Breen scores the round 10-8 St. Pierre
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-8 St. Pierre

The fight is over. The outmatched lightweight champion’s brother stopped the fight after a doctor checked him following the round. St. Pierre dances in the center of the Octagon while a disappointed Penn looks on.

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