St. Pierre vs Diaz results: UFC 158 LIVE online fight stream updates

Did Georges St. Pierre or Nick Diaz win last night (Sat., March 16, 2013) at UFC 158 from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada? MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE stream round-by-round blog coverage of the 170-pound world title fight below, which will serve as the mixed martial arts (MMA) main event of the evening. Be sure to check back often (results are below) for the latest updates to find out who won the Welterweight bout between "Rush" and the reluctant trash-talking bad boy from Stockton, Calif., at UFC 158.

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It's A Wrap! UFC 158: St. Pierre vs. Diaz Edition

Wrapping up the UFC 158: "St. Pierre vs. Diaz" event that took place on Sat., March 16, 2013, at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, featuring Georges St. Pierre vs. Nick Diaz and much, much more.

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Diaz wants rematch with GSP, who hits like a girl

Nick Diaz may have lost handily to Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre last night (March 16, 2013) at UFC 158 in Montreal but that isn't stopping him from asking for a rematch.

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Watch St. Pierre vs. Diaz Fight Highlights Here

Check out highlights from Georges St. Pierre's dominating victory over Nick Diaz in the main event of UFC 158 last night (Sat., March 16, 2013) at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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GSP wins but doesn't give Diaz beating of his life

Georges St. Pierre is STILL the welterweight champion of the world after he defeated Nick Diaz in the main event of UFC 158 tonight (March 16, 2013) at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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St. Pierre cruises to decision victory over Diaz

The most highly anticipated fight in a long, long time finally went down tonight (Sat., March 16, 2013) at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with Nick Diaz challenging welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre in the main event of UFC 158 live on pay-per-view.

Diaz was told after the fourth round that he had five minutes to get the job done or that would it for him. He came out firing away with punches too but St. Pierre was ready to fire back a few of his own.

Then they clinched and it seemed obvious both men were worn down. St. Pierre had the big advantage, though, because he could simply coast to the scorecards and win easily. Diaz, meanwhile, needed to give it everything he had and that's not what he did.

Once they reset, Diaz went with a high kick and fell on his ass, leading to St. Pierre rushing to come down and gain position where he could ride it out the rest of the way.

Diaz rolled but Georges maintained position through every single scramble. Even when they got back to their feet, Diaz had nothing to offer the champion. With 30 seconds to go, St. Pierre landed another takedown for good measure, simply putting an exclamation point on yet another title defense.

He is the king.

For complete results and the live blog of St. Pierre vs. Diaz click here and for complete UFC 158 results and live coverage of the entire night's event click here.

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St. Pierre tiring but way ahead of Diaz after four

The most highly anticipated fight in a long, long time finally went down tonight (Sat., March 16, 2013) at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with Nick Diaz challenging welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre in the main event of UFC 158 live on pay-per-view.

In between the third and fourth, the St. Pierre camp told the champ not to stand and trade with the challenger. It was there that Diaz would have his best chance to win and he was beyond clear that Nick simply couldn't hang with St. Pierre's superior wrestling.

Still, "Rush" opened standing across from the Stockton bad boy and allowing him to fire off. Part of that was not by design, though, as St. Pierre failed on three consecutive takedowns. Put simply, he didn't appear to have the gas in the tank that he did to start the bout.

The mental game playing a part?

A battle in the clinch led to Diaz landing a parting shot on the way out and a "GSP" chant from the Montreal faithful. And then it got funny once again, as Nick opted not to come in with punches in favor of simply walking back-and-forth with his hands down.

Weird.

Finally, with two minutes remaining in the first of two championship rounds, the French-Canadian grabbed another takedown to seal yet another round in his favor, putting him up 4-to-0.

Utter and complete domination, outside of a few punches that opened a cut on St. Pierre's face.

The round came to an end with St. Pierre still on top and only five minutes away from vanquishing his most annoying rival yet.

For complete results and the live blog of St. Pierre vs. Diaz click here and for complete UFC 158 results and live coverage of the entire night's event click here.

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St. Pierre winning but Diaz finds life in third

The most highly anticipated fight in a long, long time finally went down tonight (Sat., March 16, 2013) at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with Nick Diaz challenging welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre in the main event of UFC 158 live on pay-per-view.

Round three opened with Diaz calling St. Pierre a bitch and the commentary team pointing it out as much as possible. The champion tried to stay focused and fired off a few jabs but failed on his next takedown attempt.

A turning of the tide perhaps?

Nope. Within the next 20 seconds, "GSP" got his arms around his foe and put his ass right back on the mat. Diaz crawled his way to the fence this time, using it to once again get back to his feet. It was there that he finally found some measure of success by going to the body and working some leg kicks from the outside.

Then, St. Pierre looked for another takedown but failed on yet another one. Diaz wasn't capitalizing, however, as "Rush" was actually hitting a straight right or two.

It got odd really quick, though.

St. Pierre looked up at the clock and appeared, dare I say it, a bit tired. Diaz started laying some shots into him and they looked to hit their mark. It became clear they did on "GSP's" next takedown when blood came spurting out of his face all over Diaz's back.

For complete results and the live blog of St. Pierre vs. Diaz click here and for complete UFC 158 results and live coverage of the entire night's event click here.

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St. Pierre continues to roll Diaz through two

The most highly anticipated fight in a long, long time finally went down tonight (Sat., March 16, 2013) at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with Nick Diaz challenging welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre in the main event of UFC 158 live on pay-per-view.

Round two saw Diaz open with a leg kick, an interesting play considering the way the first five minutes played out. St. Pierre answered with a front kick and stayed at distance until about 35 seconds into the round he ducked under and snagged another takedown.

Yep, that's 3-for-3 so far.

This time, "Rush" worked harder with his offense, throwing far more punches and knees to the body instead of simply controlling Diaz on the mat and neutralizing his offense in every way, shape, and form. It was a one sided beating and the 170-pound king was flexing with his crown on.

Barely breaking a sweat.

Diaz's game plan appeared to be simple: Grab the wrist and try to roll out of trouble, but he wasn't dealing with a student in class back in Stockton. This was "GSP" and he needed something more.

It finally happened when Diaz managed to push away and get to his feet. That's when he started in with the taunting, which St. Pierre answered with a superman jab straight to the chin.

They ended the round on their feet and as the horn sounded, Diaz stayed close to St. Pierre to scream obscenities at him.

For complete results and the live blog of St. Pierre vs. Diaz click here and for complete UFC 158 results and live coverage of the entire night's event click here.

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St. Pierre completely controls Diaz in round one

The most highly anticipated fight in a long, long time finally went down tonight (Sat., March 16, 2013) at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with Nick Diaz challenging welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre in the main event of UFC 158 live on pay-per-view.

Round one saw St. Pierre open with a leg kick. It didn't take long for Diaz to press forward with punches and "Rush" to duck underneath for his first takedown of the fight. This all occurred within the first 15 seconds after what was, of course, a tense staredown.

"GSP" worked his usual suffocating game while Diaz rolled around and looked to grab a leg to try to get back to his feet. As he's done with so many opponents before, Georges controlled and landed punches while keeping Nick contained in side control.

Diaz continued trying to tie up the wrist and roll out to stand up but the champion wasn't having any of it, dragging him back away from the cage when the California native got to it in an attempt to get back to his feet. He managed to do so but only briefly.

Essentially, the entire first round was St. Pierre doing what he does best and controlling Diaz with superior strength, positioning, and that strong wrestling game that has made him one of the best ever.

For complete results and the live blog of St. Pierre vs. Diaz click here and for complete UFC 158 results and live coverage of the entire night's event click here.

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Video Preview: GSP vs. Diaz at UFC 158 Tonight

Check out a full preview video of tonight's (Sat., March 16, 2013) UFC 158: "St. Pierre vs. Diaz" main event bout pitting Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre putting his title on the line against Stockton bad boy Nick Diaz. Dis gon be good.

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