It's no secret that Georges St-Pierre has been around the block.
Maybe that's why he's always banged up.
With seven straight title defenses under his belt, alongside nine career title fight victories, St-Pierre is arguably the greatest champion in UFC history.
His dominance over the welterweight division has been historic, having secured lopsided victories over Jake Shields, Josh Koscheck, Matt Hughes, Thiago Alves and Matt Serra.
But his biggest victory to date has to be his destruction of the great BJ Penn at UFC 94.
St-Pierre may have received unnecessary ridicule for apparently "greasing" prior to the bout, but nothing of the sort was ever found to be true.
That leaves us to believe that his performance against Penn, which was their second showdown inside the Octagon, was simply based off greatness.
St-Pierre not only outstruck "The Prodigy" 92-16, but he was able to take him down four times, passing his guard on 10 separate occasions.
Elbows rained down as GSP made his case for being the best pound-for-pound fighter on the planet with a fourth-round TKO victory.