"I was not that pleased about my performance. I won, but I haven’t beat my performance of last time, so I’m not happy. I wanted to finish, you know, have a clean win and for me, like this, it’s not clean. I forgot the technical element of it. Sometimes those technical details make the difference. I wanted to go 100 percent. I trained (submissions) to break. At one point, I was like, ‘Man, I think I broke his shoulder,’ and then one time I thought I’d broke his arm when I had the juju-gatame. I heard like ‘click, click.’ It was completely extended. I believe my standup is superior (to Hardy’s), but it could have been a risk because that’s his main asset."
Regining UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre is critical of his performance at the UFC 111 post fight press conference (via Sherdog.com) when talking about his main event title fight against Dan Hardy at the March 27 event from the Prudential Center in Newark. "Rush" controlled the fight for all five rounds with a superios wrestling and top game but was unable to finish the British striker despite several deep arm locks that had "The Outlaw" grimacing in pain. While it was another unanimous decision win for the champ, he's not pleased with his performance. Any fans out there want to let him off the hook for not finishing a fighter that was clearly overmatched?