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UFC 154: St. Pierre vs Condit results, fight time, full card and updates

Results, updates and information for UFC 154. The event is headlined by a champion vs champion bout between the returning Georges St. Pierre and Carlos Condit.

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Sakara loses appeal, DQ loss to Cote stands

The Quebec authorities have rejected Alessio Sakara's appeal of his UFC 154 disqualification loss to Patrick Cote.


Eugene & Nate disagree about GSP vs Condit

Eugene S. Robinson, author of Fight: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Ass-Kicking but Were Afraid You'd Get Your Ass Kicked for Asking joins Kid Nate for an MMA-Tete-A-Tete discussion of UFC 154's Georges St. Pierre vs. Carlos Condit title fight, a possible GSP vs. Anderson Silva bout, the upcoming Ben Henderson vs. Nate Diaz LW title fight on Fox and Ronda Rousey's imminent debut in the UFC.


Jack Slack's UFC 154 Breakdown

UFC 154 provided some exciting stoppages, a questionable decision and a brilliant five round title fight. There was also a ton of technique on display and as always Jack Slack breaks down some of the best bits.


UFC 154 GSP vs Condit photo gallery

SBNation's Martin McNeil was at the Bell Centre in Montreal for UFC 154 and documented the Welterweight title fight between Georges St. Pierre and Carlos Condit in this photo gallery.


Kid Nate's bathrobe review of UFC 154

Kid Nate gives his bathrobe post-fight post-mortem review and analysis of UFC 154: Georges St. Pierre vs Carlos Condit, rating every fight on the card including Johny Hendrick vs. Martin Kampmann, Tom Lawlor vs. Francis Carmont, Rafael dos Anjos vs. Mark Bocek, Pablo Garza vs. Mark Hominick and the entire undercard.


Dr Jon Gelber asks: Did the ACL hamper GSP?

Medical doctor Jonathan Gelber looks at the UFC 154 bout between Georges St. Pierre and Carlos Condit and analyzes the role GSP's recent ACL injury and surgery may have played in the fight.


Can Dana get GSP vs Anderson in Dallas Stadium?

Following UFC 154, UFC president Dana White and Middleweight champion Anderson Silva both talked about their desire to see Silva in a super fight against Georges St. Pierre, but GSP has yet to sign on for the fight. White hopes to put on the fight in a stadium, possibly in Brazil, Canada or Dallas, Texas.


UFC 154 Post-fight interviews GSP, Condit, Dana +

Zombie Prophet has compiled a video playlist of UFC 154 post-fight interviews featuring the post-event press conference, Dana White's media scrum, Georges St. Pierre, Carlos Condit, Anderson Silva, Johny Hendricks, Francis Carmont, Sam Stout, John Makdessi, Pablo Garza, Ivan Menjivar, Patrick Cote, Cyrille Diabate and more.


UFC 154 GSP vs. Condit - Extended video highlights

Fuel TV has released an extended, almost 10-minute-long highlight video of UFC 154's Welterweight title unification bout between Georges St. Pierre and Carlos Condit.


UFC 154 Results: Sunday Perspective

UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre returned to action and was an instant classic of a scrap. Here are the talking points coming out of the UFC 154 card.


UFC 154: St. Pierre vs Condit recap and analysis

A look back at the action of UFC 154, headlined by the stunning performance of Georges St. Pierre as he defeated Carlos Condit by unanimous decision.


Zombie Prophet gifs up UFC 154

Zombie Prophet presents a series of animated gifs featuring the lighter side of UFC 154: St. Pierre vs. Condit.


UFC 154 PPV live results and updates

As with every major show, Bloody Elbow will be here to bring you live results, play by play and commentary for UFC 154: St. Pierre vs. Condit. Our live coverage will start with the prelim fights on Facebook (currently scheduled for 6:35 p.m. ET) and continuing through the FX undercard broadcast (8 p.m. ET) through the main card on pay-per-view (10:00 p.m. ET) so make sure to make Bloody Elbow your home for this event.

This post will cover live results and thoughts for the main card on PPV.

The main event of the evening sees Georges St. Pierre return to action following a knee injury that helped keep him out of the Octagon for over 18 months. He will defend his welterweight title against interim champion Carlos Condit. The co-main event sees a battle to establish the next welterweight contender as Martin Kampmann faces Johny Hendricks.

Francis Carmont will face Tom Lawlor on the PPV broadcast and Mark Hominick looks to get back on track against Pablo Garza. One more fight will be promoted from the undercard to the PPV in the wake of Nick Ring's injury and the subsequent cancellation of his bout with Costa Philippou.

Make sure to come back during the event and share your thoughts as the event goes down.

Update: Bocek vs. dos Anjos is the fight that got the call up to the main card, Carvalho vs. Damm gets promoted to FX.

Mark Hominick vs. Pablo Garza - Round 1 - Garza with some hard shots early. Garza with a leg kick, one back from Hominick. Garza is really opening up but Hominick is trying to keep the pressure on. Garza with another hard leg kick. Hominick opens up with a nice combo. Garza with a big knee and that looked like it buzzed Hominick. Garza using nice combinations, mixing up his kicks and punches. Hominick to the body and then a hard jab. Hominick with a hard right and then a good jab. Another hard right by Hominick and that caught Garza hard. They go to the ground, Garza almost had the armbar but Hominick gets out. They're back to standing. Garza really opening up. Hard shot to the body, Garza is down! Hominick digging to the body with knees on the ground and another body shot. Now Garza gets up and he lands some big shots. Great round. I'd give the slight edge to Garza.

Round 2 - Garza comes out firing. Garza really letting those combos go. Now he shoots in and Hominick tries to spin and almost gives up his back. Garza on top in Hominick's guard. Garza on top just smothering, landing a few punches. Hominick tries to spin out but can't. Hominick bleeding from near his eyes from a Garza elbow. Garza really taking this fight over now. Now Hominick is swelling badly. Garza is just wrecking him now. Garza up comfortably in my eyes.

Round 3 - Garza with a big takedown a minute into the round. Garza back to doing what he did last round, Just controlling with elbows and top control. Hominick just looks like he has nothing left. Much less punishing round, but still clear. They were standing briefly and Garza went for a takedown and Hominick rolled for an omoplata but couldn't get it. Another Garza round. Might only be 29-28, but no doubt who won this.

Official scorecards: 29-27, 30-26, 29-28. Pablo Garza wins by unanimous decision.

Mark Bocek vs. Rafael dos Anjos - Round 1 - RDA with an uppercut and Bocek pushes him into the cage and now lands a knee. Bocek inside again and clinching. RDA with some elbows to the head as Bocek is trying for a double. RDA defending the takedown very well. Knee by RDA lands hard and he lands a few more to the body. RDA is taking over with the striking but now Bocek gets in a knee but eats a bunch of uppercuts. Now Bocek tries to get a takedown off the kick, but RDA defends again. Leg kick by RDA and a hard left hand. 10-9 dos Anjos.

Round 2 - Hard low blow by Bocek. Bocek really looking for the takedown but RDA is the one on top now. RDA looking for a kimura. Bocek looking for the takedown again as they get to their feet and this just isn't working and he's getting tired, so not having another plan is not a good thing. Bocek bleeding badly now. Dos Anjos starting to do anything he wants here. Big elbow from RDA as they stand up. 10-9 RDA.

Round 3 - Bocek trying like hell to get it down again, RDA defending well again. Knee to the body, punch and then a big takedown y RDA. He's just dominating him now. Bocek gets up. Bocek still looking for a takedown. Bocek didn't go away all fight, even when he was getting beat up, but he just had no plan once he couldn't get the takedown.

Official scorecards: 30-27 across the board. Rafael dos Anjos wins by unanimous decision.

Francis Carmont vs. Tom Lawlor - Round 1 - Carmont really measuring things well and landing hard in the clinch as Lawlor pushes him into the cage. Carmont with a hard kick to the body and Lawlor has not been able to get a takedown. Lawlor looking for the takedown again. Again, Carmont defends well. Lawlor can't win this fight outside of a one punch KO if he can't get a takedown and he hasn't been able to yet. Lawlor has a guillotine and he's trying to finish it, it looks loose though. The round ends. 10-9 Lawlor I guess? Very close.

Round 2 - Carmont with a hard knee to the body, Lawlor coes back with a hard left hand. Lawlor has him against the cage but Carmont lands a hard combo as they separate. Good right hand by Lawlor. Leg kick by Lawlor. Carmont defends against the takedown again. Lawlor with a takedown now and he has 2 minutes to work. Lawlor passes and now has a guillotine and he pulls guard with it. Carmont gets free and lands a few punches but 10-9 Lawlor.

Round 3 - Lawlor pushing him into the cage, looking for a takedown again. Ref breaks them again. Lawlor can't get the takedown again but Carmont just isn't doing much. Bad rund, Lawlor should absolutely win this.

Official scorecards; 29-28 Lawlor, 29-28 Carmont, 29-28 Carmont. Francis Carmont wins by split decision.

Martin Kampmann vs. Johny Hendricks - Round 1 - Hendricks looks for the big punch but can't land flush. Huge punch by Hendricks and Kampmann is down! OH MY! Johny Hendricks wins by KO (punch), round 1.

Georges St. Pierre vs. Carlos Condit - Round 1 - Oh god, Georges St. Pierre is back. Condit on the outside, circling. Jab to the body by Georges. Condit looking for leg kicks. Right hand by GSP and a leg kick. Condit flurries a few times but not landing anything. Left hand gets in for GSP. GSP shoots in and he gets the takedown. Condit tries for an armbar, no danger for Georges. Hard shot from GSP. St. Pierre passes to half guard. Good punches from GSP again. GSP to half guard again. Condit gets guard back again. GSP just grinding away now. Condit punching off his back, but GSP is landing better ones from on top. Condit gets up as the round ends and he is bleeding badly. 10-9 Condit.

Round 2 -Condit comes out with a combo that misses, GSP tags him with a jab. GSP is throwing head kicks now. Right hand by GSP. Another jab by GSP. Condit finally lands a combo and now a good boy shot. Big right hand by GSP. Body shot by GSP. Condit with a kick and GSP catches it and gets a quick takedown and he's on top again.Condit leaving pools of blood on the canvas now. GSP lets him stand at the end of the round and punches him in the head. 10-9 GSP.

Round 3 - GSP coming forward right away. CONDIT WITH A HEAD KICK AND GSP IS HURT! Condit is on top on the ground, throwing big punches and elbows. GSP is swelling. Condit landing big elbows. GSP is cut! GSP gets to his feet but he's still hurt. GSP with two big punches and a BIG takedown! GSP on top now, landing a few punches while Condit is throwing off his back. Right hand by GSP. Condit has body triangle off his back, he gives up on it though. GSP pushing him into the cage.GSP with some right and a left elbow. Carlos stands up and GSP is looking for a big takedown, Condit tries for a kimura and it just results in him getting taken back down. GSP finishes the round on top but I'll go 10-9 for Condit based on the big head kick.

Round 4 - Condit firing kicks right away. Head kick by Condit but GSP tags him with a jab. GSP with another takedown. GSP has side control, but Condit gets half guard back quickly. Condit throws a lot of punches off his back but those just don't count much in scoring. GSP landing good shots of his own and he passes to half guard again. Very big elbow by GSP. Condit looking for a kneebar, but GSP isn't in danger. Condit tries for a triangle and gets punched in the face for his trouble. Condit gets to his feet and he reverses a GSP takedown, GSP gets up and gets a quick takedown. 10-9 GSP

Round 5 - Superman punch, leg kick combo by GSP. Leg kick by GSP as he avoids a shot from Condit. GSP ducks under a punch and gets a takedow, Condit gets up though and kicks free. Big right hand by GSP. Right hand by Condit lands as he comes forward and now a left hand. GSP with jabs that are landing and a good right hand and now GSP with a takedown. GSP tries to pass from half guard to mount but he can't quite get free. Condit gives up his back, but he rolls and is free but still on the ground with GSP on top. GSP wins the round and wins the fight. Great action, great fight, great performance and GSP is back.

Official scorecards: 49-46, 50-45, 50-45. Georges St. Pierre wins by unanimous decision.


UFC 154 Facebook and FX live results

As with every major show, Bloody Elbow will be here to bring you live results, play by play and commentary for UFC 154: St. Pierre vs. Condit. Our live coverage will start with the prelim fights on Facebook (currently scheduled for 6:35 p.m. ET) and continuing through the FX undercard broadcast (8 p.m. ET) through the main card on pay-per-view (10:00 p.m. ET) so make sure to make Bloody Elbow your home for this event.

This post will cover live results and thoughts for the undercard on Facebook and FX.

The undercard is almost certainly going to change slightly as the main card bout between Nick Ring and Costa Philippou was cancelled earlier today. The planned undercard "featured bout" between Patrick Cote and Alessio Sakara will likely get promoted to the main card.

On FX, Chad Griggs will make his light heavyweight debut against Cyrille Diabate. Mark Bocek is set to face Raael dos Anjos and Sam Stout will square off with John Makdessi.

There are currently four fights scheduled for Facebook (though one will likely be promoted to FX thanks to Ring/Philippou): Antonio Carvalho takes on Rodrigo Damm, Matt Riddle and John Maguire will face off, Azamat Gashimov will face Ivan Menjivar and Steven Siler will fight Darren Elkins.

Make sure to come back during the event and share your thoughts as the event goes down.

Update: Bocek vs. dos Anjos is the fight that got the call up to the main card, Carvalho vs. Damm gets promoted to FX.

Steven Siler vs. Darren Elkins - Round 1 - They spend the first bit of the fight on the feet. Elkins finally gets inside and clinches Siler against the cage. Elkins manages the takedown now and finds side control before Siler gets full guard back quickly. Siler with good elbows off the back. Big right from Elkins from on top. Elkins passing guard again. Siler works and gets half guard back but Elkins is looking for a choke. Siler defends but eats some good punches for his trouble. Siler gets to his feet but Elkins takes him back down and he's working the ground and pound. ELkins with a guillotine choke now and he's trying to squeeze for the finish. The round ends and a pretty clear 10-9 Elkins.

Round 2 -Elkins quickly with another takedown. Elkins with a neck crank now but Siler pops his head out. Siler with a big upkick and Elkins responds by landing some big hammerfists. They scramble and Elkins is on the back with a body triangle, looking for the choke. Elkins is just beating him up, has his nose bloodied and now Elkins tries for the choke again, but Siler survives. Siler is getting beat up this round. 10-9 Elkins, good case for 10-8 also.

Round 3 - Elkins lands a punch and now a hard jab. Good Elkins combination and another jab. Another right hand by Elkins and now Siler is getting beat on the feet. Takedown by Elkins. Siler cagewalks to his feet and eats a right hand as they separate. And another takedown. Siler manages to get to his feet with a minute left and Elkins takes him back down. Hard right hand by Elkins as they stand back up. Elkins shoots and Siler tries to lock up a choke but Elkins escapes easy and that's a 10-9.

Official scorecards: 30-27 across the board for Darren Elkins.

Azamat Gashimov vs. Ivan Menjivar - Round 1 - Gashimov with a leg kick. Gashimov really powers through a takedown to end up on top. Menjivar has looked to lock up an arm a few times ut nothing there so far. Now he goes for the armbar and Gashimov powers out. Upkick lands for Menjivar. A lot of positional battling and out of nowhere Menjivar explodes into an armbar and goes belly-down. Nothing for Gashimov to do but tap out. Great showing. Ivan Menjivar wins by submission (armbar), 2:44 of round 1.

Matt Riddle vs. John Maguire - Round 1 - Riddle lands a right hand as Maguire tried to get inside. Both guys landing some leg kicks. Maguire lands a right hand on the inside. Another right by Maguire but Riddle landed an elbow in the exchange. Left hand by Riddle. Maguire keeps trying to catch Riddle's leg when he throws kicks, but not having much luck there. Riddle pushes him into the cage. Nice left from Maguire. 10-9 Riddle.

Round 2 - Riddle ends up pushing Maguire into the cage. This is a pretty slow round. Left hand gets in for Maguire and he avoids a Riddle punch. Maguire again landing good shots. Riddle catches Maguire's leg and trips him to the mat. Riddle now choosing to go into Maguire's guard. Maguire lands again. Maguire in looking for a takedown but Riddle defends. Maguire almost catches a guillotine but nothing there. 10-9 Maguire. I don't have the slightest doubt that Maguire won that round as he landed the better shots, but Riddle did more as far as "being active" which is the nonsense reason the judges will score for him.

Round 3 - Good inside shot by Maguire early in the round. Again, Riddle throws inaccurate punches but Maguire lands the single punch he throws. Riddle probably doing enough this round. Maguire almost got a choke at the end of the round but Riddle won the rest of the round. I have it 29-28 Riddle.

Official scorecards: 30-27, 30-27, 29-28. Matt Riddle wins by unanimous decision.

Antonio Carvalho vs. Rodrigo Damm - Round 1 - Damm with a good right hand. They trade some leg kicks now with Carvalho getting the better of that exchange. Carvalho's leg kicks have turned Damm's leg bright red and he is clearly bothered by it. Carvalho still working the leg kicks. Carvalho won that round 10-9 on leg kicks and a few punches mixed in.

Round 2 - More leg kickery for a while before Damm gets it to the ground, they scramble and Damm tries to take the back. Instead, Carvalho manages to get back to standing. The fight really slowing down now. They trade leg kicks for the last part of the round, Damm lands a big punch. Carvalho with a nice combo and I have him winning this round.

Round 3 - Crowd is turning on this one and booing. Damm pawing with punches, Carvalho with some kicks to the legs but not much steam on them. Damm with a nice flurry of hard shots and some of them got in and now to the leg. Carvalho with a leg kick of his own. Now Damm lands another hard punch. This round is...not good. They trade a few punches. I guess Damm won that round but I have Carvalho taking it 29-28.

Official Scorecards: 29-28 Damm, 29-28 Carvalho, 29-28 Carvalho. Antonio Carvalho wins by split decision.

Sam Stout vs. John Makdessi - Round 1 - Stout is stalking early on. Stout really wings a few overhand rights that miss by a lot. Stout is trying to throw everything into shots and Makdessi looks like he wants to pick his shots and counter. Makdessi with a good jab and Stout with a leg kick. Stout gets a right hand in. Makdessi is using his jab very well. Stout thinks about the takedown but bails on it. Makdessi again works the jab. Very good technical attack from Makdessi. 10-9 Makdessi.

Round 2 - Makdessi is just flat out beating Stout on technique. Makdessi's jab and hook is the key to everything, it's coming off his head movement and lead hand. Stout with a head kick that lands. Right hand by Stout. This is a beautiful show by Makdessi, he has Stout completely befuddled. Stout is trying to make something happen. Stout landed a bit at the end of the round but 10-9 Makdessi and without debate.

Round 3 - Big hook kick by Makdessi, and a right hand return from Stout. Stout is trying to pick up the pace and Makdessi is looking to keep working off the jab. Makdessi ducks under a punch, lands a head kick and gets away. Stout still pressuring though. Makdessi stuff a takedown and lands a head kick. Stout now mixing in body kicks. They pick up the pace again as it heads to the end and Makdessi popping him with the left again. 10-9 Makdessi for me. I'd accept a Stout round here, but Makdessi won the fight clearly.

Official scorecards: 30-27, 30-27, 29-28. John Makdessi wins by unanimous decision.

Chad Griggs vs. Cyrille Diabate - Round 1 - Diabate drills him and now Griggs is down with Diabate on top in side control. Griggs shoves him off, stands up, but Diabate slams him right back down. Griggs standing up and he eats a knee and now an illegal knee by Diabate. Diabate has it down again, has the back and sinks the choke. Cyrille Diabate wins by submission (rear naked choke), round 1.

Patrick Cote vs. Alessio Sakara - Round 1 - Crowd chanting for Cote. Cote landing hard now and Sakara covers up and tries to fire back. Sakara hard to the body. Now Sakara with hard elbows and Cote is hurt badly. Now Sakara flurrying again and Cote goes down. Sakara flurrying with hammerfists and there are close to 10 shots to the back of Cote's head and he's out. The ref looks like he's going to award it to Sakara but those were really illegal. Nevermind, Patrick Cote has been awarded the win by disqualification.


Watch UFC 154 prelims at Bloody Elbow

Watch the first three fights of UFC 154 free online at Bloody Elbow including Matthew Riddle vs. John Maguire, Ivan Menjivar vs. Azamat Gashimov, and Steven Siler vs. Darren Elkins.


Dos Anjos/Bocek to PPV, Carvalho/Damm to FX

With Nick Ring ill and his fight with Costa Philippou off of the UFC 154 PPV main card, there has been a reshuffling of the bout order.


How to watch UFC 154 live online, on TV, at a bar

UFC 154 airs tonight November 17, 2012 live from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. A Welterweight title unification bout between champion Georges St. Pierre and interim champ Carlos Condit headlines the card which features Johny Hendricks vs. Martin Kampmann and more. This is a handy guide to all the legal online streams, television and mobile viewing options as well as a guide to bars showing the event.

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