There were plenty of facts to come out of UFC 158: "St. Pierre vs. Diaz," which took place at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on March 16, 2013.
Some are notable; others irrelevant and a few will expand your knowledge.
For instance, we know that Georges St. Pierre and Nick collided in the main event, with "Rush" earning a five-round unanimous decision victory and, in the process, defending his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight crown for the eighth time.
That's not all we know, though.
Check out 30 post-fight facts about UFC 158: "St. Pierre vs. Diaz" below:
- Canadian fighters went 5-2 against opponents from other countries on the card.
- George Roop is the third fighter in UFC history (Diego Sanchez, Kenny Florian) to win fights in three different weight classes (155, 145, 135).
- Johny Hendricks, Carlos Condit and Jake Ellenberger earned $50,000 post-fight bonuses.
- Nate Marquardt was knocked out for the second time in his 46-fight career and is on the first two-fight losing streak of his career.
- St. Pierre is just 39-seconds behind B.J. Penn for the most total fight time in UFC history at five hours, three minutes and 12 seconds.
- Chris Camozzi tied Francis Carmont for the third longest active UFC win-streak in the middleweight division (Chris Weidman and Constantinos Philippou tied for second with five, Anderson Silva had 11).
- T.J. Dillashaw has won three fights in a row since losing to John Dodson in the bantamweight finals of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 14.
- Colin Fletcher dropped to 0-2 in the UFC and 0-2 when fighting outside of the United Kingdom.
- Hendricks tied Thiago Alves for third most UFC wins among active welterweights at 10.
- Diaz is 7-6 in his 13 fights under the UFC banner with all of his defeats coming by decision.
- St. Pierre owns the most total welterweight title defenses in UFC history at eight.
- UFC 158 drew an attendance of 20,145 for a live gate of $3,700,000.
- Patrick Cote won back-to-back fights in the UFC for the first time since 2007 -- a span over five-and-a-half years.
- Condit fought to a decision for the third time in a row, marking the first time in his 35-fight career.
- Hendricks has won six fights in a row, is 10-1 overall under the UFC banner and has defeated four top-10 opponents in a row.
- Jordan Mein is 9-1 in his past 10 fights with the only defeat coming to Tyron Woodley by split decision under the Strikeforce banner.
- Daron Cruickshank lost a decision for the first time in his 15-fight career.
- St. Pierre tied Matt Hughes' record for the most wins in UFC history at 18.
- Quinn Mulhern was knocked out for the first time in his 21-fight career.
- In the 12 events the UFC has held in Canada, Canadian fighters are at 38-34 when facing opponents from other countries.
- Darren Elkins is undefeated (5-0) in the UFC featherweight division and 6-1 overall under the UFC banner.
- Betting favorites went 9-3 on the fight card.
- Dan Miller was finished for the first time in his 22-fight career.
- Condit has won a post-fight bonus in five of his last six UFC appearances.
- Elkins tied Dustin Poirier for most featherweight wins of any fighter in UFC history at five.
- Story earned his first TKO since Dustin Hazelett in August 2010.
- According to Fight Metric, Hendricks successfully completed 12 of 15 takedown attempts against Condit.
- Mein has finished his opponent in 22 of his 27 victories, 14 by (technical) knockout and seven by submission.
- The total cage time of the 12-bout UFC 158 fight card was two hours, 14 minutes and 19 seconds.
- St. Pierre set the UFC record for most consecutive time without a finish at 150 minutes, topping Jon Fitch's 145 minute, 12 second run from 2007-2011.
That's a wrap for this set of UFC facts.
Did you learn anything new/interesting? Do any of the facts change your perspective on Saturday's fights?
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