Georges St-Pierre rewrote UFC history books with his eight consecutive title defenses inside the 170-pound division at UFC 158.
His victory over Nick Diaz was historical, if not mostly forgettable.
GSP began his run as welterweight king as a feared opponent, a man who could finish opponents with his devastating striking, his slick submissions or his ferocious ground-and-pound.
As time wore on, however, GSP became a bit more calculated, a bit more calm, and a bit less aggressive with his approach.
This alone did not please fans, but the problem was exacerbated by a side effect of this new approach—it also made him more effective.
During his eight title defenses, GSP has scarcely looked beatable, and his elite wrestling and top control provides an insurmountable hurdle for challengers.
Overall, GSP's title defenses range from absolutely sensational to unbearably boring.
Start the slideshow to see how these victories stack up against one another.