10 take downs, 2 vicious submission attempts and 5 rounds of relentless wrestling declared St. Pierre victorious in a unanimous decision against Dan "the Outlaw" Hardy.
Georges St. Pierre (20-2) is undefeated in 25 rounds in the Octagon but thinks he can be better.
"I'm not happy with myself. I made a lot of technical mistakes", said the 28 year-old Montreal, Canada native.
Hardy (23-7) could not assert his striking skills as St. Pierre smothered him with, what many consider, the best wrestling skills in the UFC.
The final decision was 50-43, 50-44, 50-45.
A UFC 111 replay video stream
of St. Pierre vs Hardy can be viewed here
In the co-main event, Shane Carwin (12-0) made quick work of Frank Mir (13-5). Devastating uppercuts from Carwin dropped Mir. On the ground, Carwin "let it go" with hammering fists, forcing the referee to stop the bout at 3:48 in the first round.
The impressive fighting skills of Carwin, who has 12 straight first round victories, puts him in a highly anticipated matchup against heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar.
Results of last night's UFC 111 card include:
Kurt Pellegrino vs. Fabricio Camoes
Pellegrino Wins by Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 4:20 in the 2nd round
Jon Fitch vs. Ben Saunders
Fitch Wins by Unanimous Decision at 5:00 of the 3rd round
Jim Miller vs. Mark Bocek
Miller Wins by Unanimous Decision at 5:00 of the 3rd round
Nate Diaz vs. Rory Markham
Diaz Wins by Technical Knock Out (Strikes) at 2:47 in the 1st round
Ricardo Almeida vs. Matt Brown
Almeida Wins by Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 3:30 in the 2nd round
Rousimar Palhares vs. Tomasz Drwal
Palhares Wins by Submission (Heel Hook) at 0:45 in the 1st round
Rodney Wallace vs. Jared Hamman
Hamman Wins by Unanimous Decision at 5:00 of the 3rd round
Matthew Riddle vs. Greg Soto
Riddle Wins by Disqualification (Illegal Upkick) at 1:30 of the 3rd round