UFC 129 Weigh-In on April 29, 2011 in Toronto, Canada. (Photos from Al Bello/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

UFC 129 Results: Georges St. Pierre Dominates Jake Shields, Randy Couture Knocked Out By Lyoto Machida

SB Nation MMA has live coverage from Toronto, Ontario, Canada of UFC 129: GSP vs. Shields. The card is headlined by a welterweight title fight: Georges St. Pierre vs. Jake Shields. The fight card also features Randy Couture vs. Lyoto Machida and a featherweight title fight between Jose Aldo and Mark Hominick. This is the largest UFC event ever held and is taking place at the Rogers Centre in front of 55,000 fans.

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UFC 129 Results: Georges St. Pierre Dominates Jake Shields In Tepid Title Fight

At UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields the fourth round of Georges St. Pierre vs. Jake Shields was much of the same with the champion landing a takedown, but avoiding any larger ground conflict. Georges St. Pierre apparently, though was having eye problems. That may have been the cause of his tentativeness.

ROUND 5 - Shields opening the round with an air of desperation. "GSP!" chants fill the Rogers Centre. Again, St. Pierre goes to the overhand right and can't get it. Right hand from St. Pierre stumbles Shields, but doesn't rock him. Three minutes left and this has been a very conservative performance from GSP. The crowd getting restless now and on the verge of boos. Long jab from GSP finds the mark. Now the boos are showering the two fighters. Inside leg kick for St. Pierre, but without much authority. St. Pierre dodging most of what Shields throws, but not doing much of his own outside of jabbing and the occasional cross. The champion goes back to the overhand right and can't get it. Shields stuffs a takedown from St. Pierre.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 GSP and the fight 50-45 GSP.

UFC 129 results: Georges St. Pierre defeats Jake Shields via unanimous decision (50-45, 48-47, 48-47).

Georges St. Pierre is still the UFC welterweight champion.

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UFC 129 Results: Georges St. Pierre Vs. Jake Shields Round 4

At UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields the third round of Georges St. Pierre vs. Jake Shields was not the action most expected, but ending with the champion St. Pierre landing a hard takedown. Shields also tried to shoot in on GSP and was easily stuffed. Shields appears focused, but must be frustrated by being unable to do anything against the Canadian champion.

ROUND 4 - Shields comes out a little stronger this round to start, but is having trouble applying any pressure. GSP again catches a kick and drives Shields to the canvas before backing out. St. Pierre goes back to the double jab over hand right combination and can't get it. Head kick from St. Pierre rocks Shields and drops him to the canvas. GSP follows up and is nearly reversed when he over commits on a punch. Shields strikes are barely moving at this point and he actually invites GSP to strike with him. Short right from Shields lands. St. Pierre's face appears to be bloody under his left eye. GSP goes back to the overhand right that just isn't there.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 St. Pierre.

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UFC 129 Results: Georges St. Pierre Vs. Jake Shields Round 3

At UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields the second round of Georges St. Pierre vs. Jake Shields was as slow as the first but still dominant for the champion. Shields attempted two takedowns, but could get nothing. GSP appeared to be hunting for the overhand right that's been short just a few times.

ROUND 3 - Shields coming out more aggressive but still hitting nothing but air. GSP doing an excellent job of dodging anything Shields throws, but has yet to turn his offense into high gear. Shields gets nailed with a punch and shoots. It's immediately stuffed by GSP. Shields' striking is whiffing badly. And again the overhand right for St. Pierre misses. Shields shoots again with not set up from strikes and St. Pierre just moves out of the way. GSP goes back to the overhand right and can't hit anything significant. Right hand and caught kick for St. Pierre works. Huge takedown off of a caught kick for GSP.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 GSP.

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UFC 129 Results: Georges St. Pierre vs. Jake Shields Round 2

At UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields the first round of Georges St. Pierre vs. Jake Shields was slow but dominant for the champion. Shields attempted two takedowns, but could get nothing. GSP shows crisp, but reserved striking.

ROUND 2 - Shields is nearly there every time for the right hand. Both fighters still not landing much of anything significant. Another right hand over the top that glances Shields' chin. And another, but this one staggers Shields a little. Again, double jab to overhand right for GSP just slightly off target. Turning side kick pushes Shields back. Crowd getting a little restless from the lack of activity. And again, the overhand right just glances from the Canadian. 45 seconds left and Shields has not shot in on GSP one time throughout the course of two rounds. GSP switches to southpaw and stalks Shields, throws an outside leg kick that sends Shields to the mat.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 GSP.

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UFC 129 Results: Georges St. Pierre Vs. Jake Shields Round 1

The main event of UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is, naturally, Georges St. Pierre vs. Jake Shields. This is a welterweight contest and is scheduled for five five-minute rounds. This is also for the UFC welterweight title. Jake Shields makes his second UFC appearance in this fight and first UFC title shot.

The referee in charge of the action is Herb Dean.

ROUND 1 -Both fighters start out orthodox, GSP in a low crouch. Shields pawing with his jab, not hitting much and eats an inside leg kick. Shields grabs a single leg of GSP's after catching a kick, but GSP breaks the grip. Shields now pressing GSP into the fence. Shields doing the stalking and eats a right straight off of a slow jab. Turning side kick misses for GSP. Right hand over the top nearly lands for GSP. Hard jab drives Shields to the mat but GSP doesn't follow him there. Middle kick by GSP and Shields goes for single, but can get nothing. GSP briefly goes southpaw before returning normal and nearly lands flush a hard right hand.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 GSP.

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UFC 129 Results: Jose Aldo Decisions Mark Hominick In Spirited Challenge

The co-main event of the evening at UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Mark Hominick vs. Jose Aldo. This is for the UFC featherweight title (145lbs). The bout is scheduled for five five-minute rounds. This marks Aldo's first UFC title defense as well as his first UFC fight. This is Hominick's first major MMA title shot.

The referee in charge of the action is "Big" John McCarthy.

ROUND 1 - Both fighters start orthodox. Hard uppercut from Aldo backs up Hominick. Another hard uppercut to the body lands on hominick. Liver punch and outside leg kick for Aldo finds the mark. Left hook to the body for Hominick. Short left hook for Aldo glances, but hard outside leg kick finds the mark. Again double combo body shot and outside leg kick for Aldo. Aldo drives Hominick back and onto the ground. Hominick attempts an arm bar but eats an elbow and lets it go. Aldo working now in full guard on top landing so-so GNP. Aldo holding Hominick down in full guard with a cross face and short elbows. Hard right hand now for Aldo. The referee stands them up. Left hook for Hominick partially lands, but he drives Hominick back to the mat.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Aldo.

ROUND 2 - Hominick is cut under his right eye. Hominick doing the stalking in round round two now. Liver shots from Hominick back Aldo up. Hard lead uppercut from Aldo now. Again Hominick goes to the liver. Aldo counter boxes and lands a short left. Aldo reaches for a takedown and is stuffed. Aldo showing excellent head movement dodging a ton of Hominick's jabs. Hard jab for Hominick. Double leg scoop for Aldo. Working now in Hominick's full guard, neither is doing a whole lot. Right hand over the top for Aldo. Short elbow now for the Brazilian, but there's nothing too effective. Referee stands them up now. Right hand lands for Hominick just before he lands another takedown. Aldo not doing much on top. Much better round for Hominick, but still close.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Aldo.

ROUND 3 - Both fighter trade jabs, neither particularly impactful. Short quick punches now for Hominick. Hard outside leg kick for Aldo. Left hook for Hominick. Crisp head movement for Aldo. Left hook clips Hominick, but he stuffs the shot from Aldo directly after. Monster outside leg kick for Aldo lands again. Left hook from Aldo works as well. Hominick is being steady with the jab. Fighters trade left hooks. Knee tap for Aldo is eventually stuffed by Hominick. Again, the jab of hominick is working. Hard right hand for Aldo. Hard right hand clips Hominick and sends him crashing to the mat. Aldo on top, tired, working in Hominick's full guard. That's the most significant punch of the fight. Short elbows on top now for Aldo. Round ends there.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Aldo.

ROUND 4 - The dynamic picks up right where it left off. HARD outside leg kick again for Aldo. Another right hand lands for Aldo as well as an inadvertent groin shot. Another leg kick for Aldo. Left hook now for the Brazilian. hominick appears to be fading a touch. Another outside leg kick and another to Hominick. Left hook counter from Aldo and again the leg kick lands. Two nice jabs from Hominick before he's dropped again by Aldo. Now the Brazilian is working on top in Hominick's closed guard. A huge hematoma has appeared on the forehead of Hominick and Aldo is gunning for it. Hominick looks like Hasim Rahman. The ref has brought in the ringside doctor and he is inspecting it. The doctor lets it go. Wow. Hominick is a tough guy. Right hand lands again for Aldo and drives Hominick back. Aldo uses that to take the Canadian down again.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Aldo.

ROUND 5 - Hominick starting the round with less cautious pace and eats another outside leg kick. Gigantic uppercut from Aldo wobbles Hominick, but the Canadian takes Aldo to the mat. Nice left hands from Hominick on top and the crowd erupts in joy. Hominick is landing a lot on Aldo now, but the champion appears to be calm. Aldo just covering up and absorbing punishment with very little defensive maneuvering. More GNP from Hominick and Aldo is doing nothing in return. 45 seconds left and Aldo is taking a beating.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-8 Hominick and the fight 49-46 Aldo.

UFC 129 results: Jose Aldo defeats Mark Hominick by unanimous decision (50-43, 48-46, 49-46)

Jose Aldo is still the UFC featherweight champion.

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UFC 129 Results: Randy Couture Front Kicked By Lyoto Machida Into Unconsciousness

The featured bout of the night at UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Randy Couture vs. Lyoto Machida. This is a light heavyweight bout (205lbs). Couture entered this bout declaring this was his last fight in MMA. Machida enters this bout needing to avoid a three-fight losing streak. Win or lose, Couture is already a UFC Hall of Famer and one of the most accomplished MMA fighters of all time.

The referee in charge of the action is Yves Lavigne.

ROUND 1 - Machida starts out in his wide stance, left-handed. Couture, standing orthodox, is trying to find a way inside already. Couture doing a ton of feints as he tries to trap Machida. Couture leans over after missing Machida and eats a right. Couture reaches for Machida's legs and misses. Left hook for Couture finds the mark. Machida with an uppercut that whiffs. The two briefly clinch after both missing punches then separate. Right straight to the body for Couture. Right hand now for Machida. Machida tries a foot sweep from a punch and misses. Hard knee to the body for Machida and he shrugs Couture off. Couture pressing Machida into the fence, but the Brazilian escapes. Another hard knee for Machida lands, but Couture stays poised.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Machida.

ROUND 2 - Couture goes back to feinting and nearly gets clipped as Machida rushes in with punches. Left hand now for Machida. Machida distracts Couture with his hands then puts him to sleep with a jumping front kick.

UFC 129 results: Lyoto Machida defeats Randy Couture via strikes (TKO) at 1:05 of round 2.

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UFC 129 Results: Vladimir Matyushenko Flattens Jason Brilz In Twenty Seconds

The second fight of the pay-per-view broadcast of UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Vladimir Matyushenko vs. Jason Brilz. This is a light heavyweight bout (205lbs). Both of these men are wrestlers, although Brilz tends to be more of a submission hunter than Matyushenko. The Russian has better pure wrestling credentials, though, than Brilz.

The referee in charge of the action is Dan Miragliotta.

ROUND 1 - Both fighters come out right-handed and with awkward stances. Hard uppercut from Matyushenko sends Brilz to the mat. Matyushenko pounces with punches and hammerfists. That's it. Referee Dan Miragliotta jumps in and saves Brilz, although the stoppage is somewhat questionable.

On further review, it appears to not be an uppercut, but a hard inside punch that Brilz nearly walks into. Brilz also appears to have his eyes closed when he gets nailed.

Impressive victory for Matyushenko in a fight few gave much attention to leading into this event.

UFC 129 results: Vladimir Matyushenko defeats Jason Brilz via strikes (KO) at :20 of round 1.

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UFC 129 Results: Ben Henderson Decisions Mark Bocek In Close Affair

The first fight of the night on the pay-per-view broadcast of UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Ben Henderson vs. Mark Bocek. This is a lightweight bout (155lbs). This is also Henderson's UFC debut after a career stint in the WEC. Bocek will likely look to submit Henderson.

The referee in charge of the action is Yves Lavigne.

ROUND 1 - Henderson starts out southpaw and right away Bocek comes in trying to stalk and corner Henderson. Bocek lands a right cross and dives for Henderson's hips against the fence. Henderson stuffs it initially and is clinched with Bocek now along the fence. The two are locked in a pummeling battle with neither man gaining much of an advantage. The referee separates them. Hard right hand again from Bocek as he level changes and drives into Henderson. He's stuffed again and now they separate. Left hand from Henderson nearly lands and they reset. Superman punch to outside leg kick combo works for Henderson on the back end. He does it again and nearly misses again. Bocek drives into the fence and this time switch to a single leg attack and kicks out the post on Henderson. Now in full butterfly guard Bocek working on top. The round ends there.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Bocek.

ROUND 2 - Henderson pumping the jab but not in a way to push Bocek back, only to hold him. Left land lands for Henderson, so Bocek reaches for a single and drives Henderson into the fence. High crotch lift and Henderson is down, but Henderson stands right back up. The referee separates them. Hard outside leg kick from Henderson and now from a knee tap he drives Bocek to the floor. Decent ground and pound thus far from Henderson. Bocek grapevines Henderson's leg to off balance him so they stand. Bocek throws Henderson by and locks up a bicep grip and tries to guillotine. Bocek switches from arm in to just the throat. Henderson has to go back down to escape and does. Now Henderson bombs on Bocek. Bocek reaches down for a takedown and eats a huge shot. Bocek is badly cut.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Henderson.

ROUND 3 - Bocek dives for a double in the center of the cage and gets it. Working from full guard now. Bocek trying to work ground and pound. Henderson goes for an amrbar and uses it to reverse. Hard shots now from Henderson on top. Bocek tries to take Henderson's back and can't quite hold it. Henderson has double underhooks and presses Bocek into the fence. Bocek attempts a knee tap and is tuffed. Henderson tries his own and doesn't get it but lands a few shots. Now Henderson leans into Bocek for a single, turns it into a double and goes back to work. Bocek sits up partially to grab a single but Henderson sprawls hard. The two fighters clinch and Henderson is hurting Bocek with knees to the body. Bocek gets another takedown about 30 seconds before the round ends. Henderson to his knees, but Bocek can't get anything. Close round.

SBNation.com scores this 10-9 Henderson and the 29-28 Henderson.

UFC 129 results: Ben Henderson defeats Mark Bocek by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).

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UFC 129 Results: Rory MacDonald Dominates Nate Diaz For Three Rounds

The second fight of the UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields broadcast on Spike TV is Rory MacDonald vs. Nate Diaz. This is a welterweight contest (170lbs). Prospect MacDonald looks to rebound after a loss to Carlos Condit while Nate Diaz must defeat MacDonald to stay relevant in the weight class.

The referee in charge of the action is "Big" John McCarthy.

ROUND 1 - Diaz begins southpaw as the orthdox MacDonald already begins to stalk. Both men trying to establish the distance to their benefit early with jabs and lead foot positioning. Now Diaz is doing the stalking. Head kick from MacDonald nearly finds the mark, but Diaz ducks and clinches. MacDonald changes levels for a takedown and is nearly reversed on a switch from Diaz, but the two quickly separate. Superman punch for MacDonald lands. Outside leg kicks from MacDonald land intermittently. MacDonald superman punches his way into a clinch. Diaz tries body punching, drops levels for a single, but is stuffed. The round ends there.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 MacDonald.

ROUND 2 - Double underhooks for MacDonald and he presses Diaz into fence. Diaz going back to body with left hand leads and reaches for a takedown, but it goes nowhere. With a modified ankle pick, MacDonald pulls Diaz to the ground. Diaz recovers, but eats a few punches along the way. Takedown again for MacDonald. The Canadian stands back out. Left hand lead for Diaz finds the mark. Hard uppercut for MacDonald drives Diaz's head back as they separate from the clinch. Near trip for Diaz lands, but MacDonald pops up from his knees immediately. Diaz dives in head hunting, doesn't land much and they clinch again. Diaz levels changes again and can't get a takedown. MacDonald using the same superman punch to outside leg kick combo GSP made famous to score points here on Diaz.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 MacDonald.

ROUND 3 - head kick misses for MacDonald. Superman punch for MacDonald barely misses. Huge slam for MacDonald not once but twice as he drives Diaz up with a suplex and throws him down to the mat back first. Hard right hands now lands on top for MacDonland and again Diaz is suplexed. Diaz is hanging on and goes for the takedown against the fence on MacDonald. Diaz literally pulling guard  now and almost gets caught in a cradle. Diaz trying single leg trips but can't get anything. Diaz attempts a guillotine but slips off and now MacDonald is on top. MacDonald trying to avoid the upkicks while he fires off punches on top. The round and fight end there.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 MacDonald and the fight 30-27 MacDonald.

UFC 129 results: Rory MacDonald defeats Nate Diaz by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-26).

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UFC 129 Results: Jake Ellenberger Knocks Out Sean Pierson

The first fight of the night of the Spike TV portion of UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Jake Ellenberger vs. Sean Pierson. This is welterweight fight (170lbs). Pierson is the hometown favorite as a Toronto native. The referee in charge of the action is Herb Dean.

ROUND 1 - Pierson starts off southpaw while Ellenberger is orthodox. Not much action early as both fighters pawing with jabs and not especially committing. Ellenberger attempts a takedown, but Pierson is able to stand basically right away. Now Pierson is the one stalking. Ellenberger drives forward with punches but hits nothing but air. Hard left hand lands for American. Monster left hook drops Pierson to the mat. Ellenberger follows up with punches and that's a wrap. Referee Herb Dean jumps in and saves Pierson from further punishment.

UFC 129 results: Jake Ellenberger defeats Sean Pierson via strikes (KO) 2:42 of round 1.

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UFC 129 Results: Claude Patrick Decisions Daniel Roberts

The last fight of the Facebook portion of the UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Daniel Roberts vs. Claude Patrick. This is a welterweight (170lbs) fight among top rising prospects. Both are submission savvy and both come from excellent camps. Each enters this bout with only one loss each.

The referee in charge of the action is Dan Miragliotta.

ROUND 1 - Roberts charges across the cage, but Patrick uses to pick up and dump Roberts to the mat. Patrick now working from half guard. Roberts is reaching for a kimura and appears to be straining hard to get it, but Patrick defends and they both stand. Left hand lead for Patrick partially finds the mark. Same for a right cross. Both fighters clinch along the fence and jockey for position. Hard left over the top lands for Patrick and now he's initiating the clinch. Inside trip for Patrick lands and he's working on top. Patrick angles over for a head and arm triangle, but Roberts defends. Patrick defends therubber guard, stands and Patrick separates. The Canadian is landing hard left hands over and over again. The fighters clinch and the round ends here.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Patrick.

ROUND 2 - Patrick starts round two stalking in the center of the cage. Outside leg kick for Patrick and Roberts grabs it and uses it a single to take Patrick to the floor. Patrick whizzers hard and is able to stand. Both fighters jockey for position along the fence and as they separate Patrick lands a nice knee. Hard middle kick from Roberts to the body of Patrick. Patrick dives in for a double leg against the fence and gets it. Patrick tries to avoid a guilotine to go to pass, but Roberts uses it to reverse and be on top in side control. Patrick recovers full guard. Patrick tries to stand, Roberts attempts to put both hooks in, can't and tries to drag him to the floor. Patrick eventually turns into Roberts and shakes free.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Patrick.

ROUND 3 - Patrick stalking already and trying to find the moment to land the cross. Hard middle kick from Roberts lands. Patrick catches a kick and uses it to clinch against the fence. Patrick removes the post leg from Roberts and is now on top on the ground. Patrick moves to mount briefly before Roberts reclaims full butterfly guard. Roberts hip escapes and both fighters stand. Roberts tries to drive in on a knee tap, but is stuffed and now the fighters clinch along the fence. Roberts gets double underhooks and is trying to find a variety of takedowns, but Patrick pummels in. The referee separates them. Front kick lands for Patrick. Charging takedown for Roberts goes nowhere. Patrick tries to land a guillotine at the close of the round, but nothing doing.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Patrick and the fight 30-27.

The judges score this bout 29-28, 29-28, 29-28.

UFC 129 results: Claude Patrick defeats Daniel Roberts by unanimous decision.

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UFC 129 Results: Ivan Menjivar Uses Standing Elbow To Stop Charlie Valencia

The fourth fight of the night at UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Charlie Valencia vs. Ivan Menjivar. This is a bantamweight bout (135lbs) and promises to be one of the most action-packed of the night. Both fighters are veterans with fights and wins against top competition. Both have high rate of offensive output and a wide arsenal of skills.

The referee in charge of the action is "Big" John McCarthy.

ROUND 1 - Both fighters start out slowly in orthodox position. Both fighters take big swinges, miss and end up clinching. Hard left elbow from the clinch drops Valencia and Menjivar wastes no time. He's all over the California native with punches and hammerfists until the referee has no choice but to stop the fight.

Valencia's nose appears to be broken. There may also be an issue with his jaw.

UFC 129 results: Ivan Menjivar defeats Charlie Valencia by TKO (strikes) at 1:30 of round 1.

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UFC 129 Results: Jason MacDonald Triangles Ryan Jensen With Clever Set-Up

The third fight of the night at UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Ryan Jensen vs. Jason MacDonald. This is a middleweight bout (185lbs). Both Jensen and MacDonald have had up and down careers in the UFC where they've won and lost in nearly equal amounts. The loser of this bout is likely to be cut from the UFC.

The referee in charge of the action is Herb Dean.

ROUND 1 - Both fighters stand orthodox. Jensen leaps in with punches and MacDonald attempts a single. It doesn't work and Jensen pulls guard to a guillotine. MacDonald escapes and now has Jensen's back, but he's high and is reversed. MacDonald uses clever set up to reach across and hold Jensen's hand back to throw up the triangle. He gets it and it's only seconds before Jensen is forced to tap. MacDonald stands with his hands raised clearly taking in the friendly atmosphere.

UFC 129 results: Jason MacDonald defeats Ryan Jensen via submission (triangle choke) 1:37 at of round 1.

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UFC 129 Results: John Makdessi Puts Kyle Watson To Sleep With Spinning Back Fist

The second fight of the night at UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Kyle Watson vs. John Makdessi. This is a lightweight fight (155lbs) and classic striker vs. grappler battle. Makdessi is the hometown favorite and a striking specialist. Watson, by contrast, is the American and prefers to wrestle and attempt submissions.

The referee in charge of the action is Dan Miragliotta.

ROUND 1 - Watson starts off in southpaw, Makdessi in orthodox. Makdessi appears noticeably shorter than Watson, but faster as well. Side kick, but not hard, lands for Makdessi. Left hook finds the mark twice as Makdessi counter punches. Knee tap attempt for Watson goes nowhere. Left hook again lands for Watson as the American's head is straight in the air. Two hard left hooks and a right for Makdessi as Watson shows lethargic takedowns. 360 turning side kick finds the mark for Makdessi, but Watson stays strong in the pocket. Makdessi appears lighter on his feet, but the crowd is getting impatient. The takedown attempts of Watson go nowhere.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Makdessi.

ROUND 2 - Makdessi showing a lot of movement early, but not throwing much. Left hook finds the mark twice for Makdessi as Watson charges in. Makdessi lands a twoce nice hard right straights followed by a left hook again as Watson charges in to close the distance. Off balance head kick for Watson partially lands. Spinning hook kick and side kick partially land for Makdessi. Again the left hook of Makdessi is landing, but doesn't seem to pack a ton of power. Hook kick misses for Makdessi as does a huge uppercut. More short hooks inside from Makdessi. And another and that one stumbles Watson. Makdessi showing excellent trunk movement as he evades the punches of Watson. Pot shotted rights and left from Makdessi to close the round.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Makdessi.

ROUND 3 - Makdessi's kick is caught and he fires off several left hooks to evade, but Watson drives Makdessi into the fence. Makdessi escapes. Now Makdessi is being aggressive about his positioning. He's also turning up the volume of strikes. Watson is cut under the left eye. Holy god. Spinning back fist  off faked kick puts Watson out cold.

UFC 129 results: John Makdessi defeated Kyle Watson by strikes (KO) at 1:27 of round 3.

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UFC 129 Results: Pablo Garza Triangles Yves Jabouin In First

The first fight of the night here at UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields is Pablo Garza vs. Yves Jabouin. This is a bantamweight fight (135lbs) and is scheduled for three five-minute rounds. This is the UFC debut for Jabouin and the second UFC bout for Garza. Both have losses in the WEC.

The referee in charge of the action is Yves Lavigne.

ROUND 1 - Garza starts off with an outside leg kick. Both fighters standing orthodox. Leaping left hook for Jabouin misses. Both fighters trading leg kicks. Garza, so far, doing most of the stalking. Hard knee from Garza as he forces Jabouin into the cage and unloads. Head kick and side kick from Jabouin, the former largely blocked. Jabouin kicks out supporting leg from Garza twice after the taller fighter attempted a kick. Hard uppercut from Jabouin knocks out the mouthpiece from Garza, but he puts it back in. Fighters trade leg kicks again, but Jabouin generally gets the better of them. Flying triangle attempt from Garza and he might have it. Elbows, too. Now it's still on except Jabouin is mounted. And then came the tap.

UFC 129 results: Pablo Garza defeats Yves Jabouin by submission (triangle choke) at 4:31 of round 1.

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UFC 129 Results And Play-By-Play: Georges St. Pierre Vs. Jake Shields, Randy Couture Vs. Lyoto Machida And More

Join SB Nation MMA today at 6 p.m. ET as MMA Senior Editor Luke Thomas brings you live play-by-play and results for UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields. Thomas is in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the Rogers Centre. The event is the largest ever UFC event with an expected attendance of 55,000 and live gate of $11 million.

The event is headlined by a welterweight title fight between current champion Georges St. Pierre and challenger Jake Shields. The co-main event is a featherweight title fight between champion Jose Aldo and challenger Mark Hominick. The featured bout on the main card is a light heavyweight match between UFC Hall of Famer and former light heavyweight and heavyweight champion Randy Couture. He takes on Lyoto Machida in a non-title affair.

The entire fight is available for viewing. The preliminary card will begin at 6 p.m. ET. All of those bouts will air on Facebook. Beginning at 8 p.m. ET, the Spike TV portion of the card will air. The pay-per-view for UFC 129 will begin at 9 p.m. ET. This is the first UFC event where the organization decided to push their start time back an hour early.

The entire card with yesterday's weigh-in results appears as follows:

Main card (pay-per-view):
Georges St. Pierre (169.5lbs) vs. Jake Shields (169lbs)
Jose Aldo
(145lbs) vs. Mark Hominick (145.25lbs)
Lyoto Machida
(204.5lbs) vs. Randy Couture (203.5lbs)
Vladimir Matyushenko
(205.5lbs) vs. Jason Brilz (204.5lbs)
Ben Henderson (156.5lbs) vs. Mark Bocek (155lbs)

Preliminary card (Spike TV):
Nate Diaz (171lbs) vs. Rory MacDonald (170.5lbs)
Jake Ellenberger (170lbs) vs. Sean Pierson (170lbs)

Preliminary card (Facebook):
Claude Patrick
(169.5lbs) vs. Daniel Roberts (170.5lbs)
Ivan Menjivar
(136lbs) vs. Charlie Valencia (135.5lbs)
Jason MacDonald
(185lbs) vs. Ryan Jensen (185lbs)
John Makdessi
(155.5lbs) vs. Kyle Watson (155lbs)
Yves Jabouin
(146lbs) vs. Pablo Garza (145lbs)

For more, be sure to follow me on Twitter for behind-the-scenes info and more: @MMANation.

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