Georges St-Pierre has been criticized uncontrollably for his lack of stoppages during his current reign as champion.
The Canadian welterweight has not finished an opponent since he fought B.J. Penn in January 2009. Should Penn have been allowed to answer the bell and survive a fifth round, St-Pierre's most recent stoppage win would have been all the way back in an April 2008 fight against Matt Serra.
Though St-Pierre hasn't been able to finish an opponent as of late, he's thoroughly dominated just about anyone who has challenged him. The 170-pound titleholder has put together some of the most lopsided beatings in UFC history, so the disrespect that has been aimed in his direction has been largely undeserved.
Few have found ways to bulldoze opponents the way St-Pierre has been able to. As St-Pierre prepares for his nearing return to the cage against Carlos Condit, let's take a look at some of the most lopsided decisions to ever take place inside the Octagon.
Decisions are ranked in order of widest margin of victory on a single judge's scorecard. In the event of ties, three-round fights were ranked about five-round fights. Ties between fights of equal length were broken by determining total margin of victory on all three judges' scorecards.