UFC 158 Superlatives: Best and Worst from the Entire Fight Card

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UFC 158 Superlatives: Best and Worst from the Entire Fight Card
Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

Georges St-Pierre performed as expected at UFC 158. Though he didn't hand Nick Diaz a brutal beating, the welterweight champion was dominant for five rounds en route to victory.

The Canadian has now won 10 consecutive UFC title fights and is moving closer to a superfight with middleweight champion Anderson Silva. However, for now, it appears another defense of his belt will be next against Johny Hendricks.

Hendricks also won on Saturday, beating former interim champion Carlos Condit in a Fight of the Night performance. On such an impressive run, Hendricks can no longer be denied a shot at the 170-pound championship.

From the main card to the Facebook prelims, UFC 158 was a big night for the welterweight division. 

Looking beyond the 170-pound class, though, let's take a look at the best and worst from the entire event. 

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