The Big 10: Georges St-Pierre

At UFC 158, welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre shored up several of his UFC records -- here, we count down some fast facts about about the reign of "Rush."


Number of pro bouts Georges St-Pierre has fought in his home province of Quebec, where he's gone undefeated.


Number of wins over a past or present UFC or Strikeforce champion


Number of times St-Pierre has defended his welterweight title, tying Matt Hughes' record for most 170-pound title defenses


Age at which St-Pierre started karate lessons


Number of fighters at UFC 46, the event where St-Pierre made his Octagon debut, who are still in the UFC.


Approximate time, in hours, that GSP has fought in the Octagon (exact number: 5 hours, 3 minutes and 12 seconds), second only to BJ Penn.


GSP's rank in best takedown defense and highest strike differential (the ratio of blows landed to those absorbed)


Rank of Georges St-Pierre among UFC fighters with the best striking defense


Total number of career losses, both of them coming in UFC title fights -- compared to 24 wins


Rank of George St-Pierre among all UFC fighters in takedown accuracy, total number of UFC wins, career takedowns, significant strikes landed and total strikes landed.

Sources: FightMetric,

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