UFC 154 marked the 11th UFC event held in Canada.
Canadian fans have been invaluable to the growth and popularity of MMA, and the country has played host to some of the biggest events in UFC history.
Perhaps, a major portion of the credit belongs to UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre.
According to UFC President Dana White, the French Canadian is the biggest draw in the UFC. The promotion has capitalized on St-Pierre's star power in turning Canada into one of the more frequented countries to host major events outside of the U.S.
UFC history has become synonymous with Canada.
In Montreal, Mauricio "Shogun" Rua handed Lyoto Machida his first professional loss to win the first major title of his career. Vancouver was the last stop in the legendary career of UFC Hall of Famer Chuck Liddell.
St-Pierre went toe to toe with Strikeforce middleweight champ Jake Shields at Rogers Centre in Toronto in the largest event in UFC history.
Today, we pay homage to the UFC in Canada by ranking every pay-per-view event.