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Georges St. Pierre vs Johny Hendricks UFC 167 results: Full fight updates, LIVE online round-by-round PPV stream

Did Georges St-Pierre or Johny Hendricks win last night (Sat., Nov. 16, 2013) in UFC 167 main event from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada? MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE stream round-by-round full-fight blog coverage of the five-round Welterweight championship match on pay-per-view (PPV) that pits "Rush" against "Bigg Rigg," with the winner establishing himself as the very best 170-pound fighter in mixed martial arts (MMA) alive today by a landslide. Be sure to check back often (full match results are below) for latest updates to find out who won the 20th Anniversary showcase clash between the two top Welterweight fighters on the planet, Georges St-Pierre vs. Johny Hendricks, at UFC 167.

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GSP And The Thin Line Between Genius And Insanity

Georges St. Pierre has shown a single-minded dedication to his craft that -- coupled with his athletic genius -- has made him a mixed marital arts (MMA) superstar. However, those very same traits might have contributed to his apparent state of mental distress and uncharacteristic behavior after his controversial win over Johny Hendricks at UFC 167.

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It's a Wrap! UFC 167 GSP vs. Hendricks Edition

Let's wrap up UFC 167: "St. Pierre vs. Hendricks" from this past weekend, shall we?

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UFC 167: St. Pierre vs. Hendricks Photo Gallery

Check out all the best pics from the big event.

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UFC 167 Results Recap: What's Next For St-Pierre?

After a controversial split decision win over Johny Hendricks last night (Sat., Nov. 16, 2013) to retain his welterweight title, we examine what could be next for Georges "Rush" St. Pierre and try to shed some light on his potential sabbatical or retirement after announcing to the MGM Grand Garden Arena crowd in Las Vegas that there are issues apart from fighting he must deal with.

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Searching For St. Pierre's UFC 167 Silver Lining

Sometimes, controversial and outrageous split decision happens in mixed martial arts (MMA). And maybe that's not such a terrible thing in the grand scheme of things.

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Hendricks Pissed At GSP Loss, Wants Rematch Now

Johny Hendricks is not happy about his "loss" to Georges St. Pierre at UFC 167.

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White In 'Better Mood' After Talk With 'Hurt' GSP

Georges St. Pierre is hurting real bad right now -- physically and emotionally -- but he will return to UFC, according to company president Dana White, who sat down with "Rush" after his abrupt decision to walk away from the sport "for a little bit."

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Robbery? GSP Defeats Hendricks In UFC 167 Shocker

With history on the line at last night's (Nov. 16, 2013) UFC 167, Georges St. Pierre faced a challenge unlike any other he'd met before. Many believe he failed against that challenge, but ultimately it didn't matter in the eyes of the judges. Check out our breakdown of St. Pierre's controversial victory below!

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St. Pierre vs. Hendricks Fight Metric report

So here's the Fight Metric report on the St. Pierre vs. Hendricks fight. Let more controversy reign.

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HIGHLIGHTS: Watch GSP's Controversial UFC 167 Win!

Check the highlights if you missed it or just want to watch it again!

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UFC 167 bonuses: GSP-Hendricks earns $50K

Mo money, mo problems...

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Read GSP's Full UFC 167 Farewell (For Now) Speech

UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre stopped short of announcing he would retire from mixed martial arts (MMA) forever after a controversial split decision victory over Johny Hendricks at UFC 167 last night. Instead, he claims he is just "going away for a little bit."

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St. Pierre wins split decision over Hendricks

Super close fight but wow.

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St. Pierre vs. Hendricks, Round 5

Georges St. Pierre, quite possibly the greatest welterweight of all time, attempted to defend his 170-pound title tonight (Sat., Nov. 16, 2013) against Johny Hendricks in the main event of UFC 167: "St. Pierre vs. Hendricks" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The fifth and final frame saw St. Pierre come out quickly and firing punches in the center. Then, for some reason, the champion shot in for another takedown.

But he failed.

Not only that, "Big Rig" reversed "Rush" against the fence again. They reset before another takedown attempt from the French-Canadian, one that actually worked this time. Unfortunately, for the champion at least, he couldn't do anything with it.

He wasn't strong enough.

Once they stood back up, Hendricks simply needed to survive and get to the cards, or it certainly appeared that way. St. Pierre, once again, went back to all he knew, wrestling. He worked for an arm and a submission but the horn sounded and that was that.

Amazing scores from the judges: St. Pierre 48-47 twice, Hendricks 48-47. That's a split decision win for the champion.

For more on St. Pierre vs. Hendricks click here, and for complete UFC 167 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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St. Pierre vs. Hendricks, Round 4

Georges St. Pierre, quite possibly the greatest welterweight of all time, attempted to defend his 170-pound title tonight (Sat., Nov. 16, 2013) against Johny Hendricks in the main event of UFC 167: "St. Pierre vs. Hendricks" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Hendricks, to his credit, despite being so tired, met St. Pierre in the middle of the cage and fired off with jabs and left hands. Volume seemed to take precedent early but that quickly gave way to headhunting.

A brief clinch led to an odd slip from the champion and just like that, the challenger was on top in superior position with time running out. He was staying active, too, doing his best not to get stood up so he could score more and more points.

Surprisingly enough, Hendricks let him up. Once they were standing, "GSP" was bleeding everywhere. They continued exchanging punches until St. Pierre shot in for a takedown. He was quickly reversed once they ended up against the fence. It turned into a stalemate rather quickly, which was bad for "Rush" considering how he certainly seemed to be down on the scorecards.

For more on St. Pierre vs. Hendricks click here, and for complete UFC 167 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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St. Pierre vs. Hendricks, Round 3

Georges St. Pierre, quite possibly the greatest welterweight of all time, attempted to defend his 170-pound title tonight (Sat., Nov. 16, 2013) against Johny Hendricks in the main event of UFC 167: "St. Pierre vs. Hendricks" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In between rounds, Hendricks' corner was begging him to breathe. He was looking more and more tired while St. Pierre seemed far more comfortable, fully recovered from the earlier blitz.

Or at least as recovered as he could be.

"Rush" fired off leg kicks while avoiding the power shots as they came in. Then, he was slipping more and more punches and landing his counter strikes with far more accuracy than the first two rounds. The tide seemed to be turning as the minutes ticked away.

Just as it appears that way, though, "Big Rig" popped an uppercut that did some very real damage. His timing was on point but his enthusiasm was seeping away as the bout wore on. In fact, he was visibly fatigued, enough so that he worked for a takedown with under a minute to go.

And he got it.

St. Pierre did get back up, but the late takedown may have solidified the round for Hendricks. That could mean three in his favor going into the championship rounds.

For more on St. Pierre vs. Hendricks click here, and for complete UFC 167 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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St. Pierre vs. Hendricks, Round 2

Georges St. Pierre, quite possibly the greatest welterweight of all time, attempted to defend his 170-pound title tonight (Sat., Nov. 16, 2013) against Johny Hendricks in the main event of UFC 167: "St. Pierre vs. Hendricks" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Hendricks came out in the second round throwing kicks that St. Pierre countered with a stiff jab. After exchanging a few more kicks, the challenger got aggressive, jumping in with more offense than he had before.

Then, Hendricks landed a hard shot and started firing away. St. Pierre was clearly rocked and Hendricks was coming in harder and harder, trying to knock the champion out.

It wasn't happening, though.

Amazingly enough, "Rush" was surviving with some combination of will and perseverance.

Hendricks inexplicably shot in and held St. Pierre against the fence for a time before "GSP" reversed out and reset in the center. Once there, he went back to throwing kicks. Both guys were starting to look tired already, Hendricks due to a combination of punching himself out and poor cardio, and St. Pierre due to damage sustained in the earlier onslaught.

Still, they stood in the center and exchanged punches and kicks.

Hendricks continued coming down the pipe with that hard left hand while St. Pierre countered with right hands. It was closer towards the end of the round but Hendricks appeared to have the edge after the first two frames.

For more on St. Pierre vs. Hendricks click here, and for complete UFC 167 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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St. Pierre vs. Hendricks, Round 1

Georges St. Pierre, quite possibly the greatest welterweight of all time, attempted to defend his 170-pound title tonight (Sat., Nov. 16, 2013) against Johny Hendricks in the main event of UFC 167: "St. Pierre vs. Hendricks" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The champion came out pumping the jab. The very moment Hendricks threw a punch, St. Pierre grabbed a takedown and worked for a guillotine.

Just like that, points. And a clear assertion that it won't be easy to win this fight, on either side.

They got back to standing fairly quickly and wrestled up against the fence, trading reversals and knees to the thighs and mid-section. After about 25 seconds, Mario Yamasaki separated the two and they went back to standing across from each other.

It didn't take long for "GSP" to shoot in for a takedown and when he did, "Big Rig" was waiting with a big uppercut.

The French-Canadian got through it, but the American was firing off hard elbows while St. Pierre was low holding a double leg. Then, Hendricks reversed him and scored a takedown of his own, much to the delight of the crowd.

With two minutes on the clock, they reset again.

Hendricks fired off with a hard knee but St. Pierre survived it. He even answered with a head kick that Hendricks avoided enough of to brush off. This led to another clinch and more knees to the legs from Hendricks, who definitely had a clear game plan as far as the clinch was concerned.

The first round closed with Hendricks throwing big punches that were just missing.

For more on St. Pierre vs. Hendricks click here, and for complete UFC 167 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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