Fitch in 2010
The former logo of the UFC, used from 1993 to 1999
St-Pierre had defeated Penn in a previous bout; a split-decision at UFC 58.
Royce Gracie used Brazilian jiu-jitsu in the early years of UFC to defeat opponents of greater size and strength.
14,885 fans filled the MGM Grand Garden Arena to capacity to witness UFC 94 and the rematch between St-Pierre and Penn.
UFC Hall of Famer Ken Shamrock was instrumental in the UFC's turnaround into a mainstream sport.
All fights took place inside a cage, the UFC's Octagon.
Logo of The Ultimate Fighter
Stephan Bonnar who returned to take on undefeated Jon Jones after just over a year absence.
New York City Times Square ad for UFC 88: Breakthrough featuring Chuck Liddell vs. Rashad Evans
Cornerman Phil Nurse applying Vaseline to St-Pierre's face, and illegally touching his fighter's back.
A fight between Fedor Emelianenko and Mark Coleman in the Japanese, ring-based Pride organization
Lyoto Machida took Jackson's place at UFC 98 to challenge for the Light Heavyweight Championship.
UFC 129 shattered previous North American gate and attendance records.
Anthony Pettis weighs in for the final WEC event
The Strikeforce cage
Ronda Rousey was the first female UFC champion. She defended her 135-pound Bantamweight Championship from February 23, 2013, to November 15, 2015.
Shot of the Octagon as Chris Weidman upsets Anderson Silva at UFC 162.
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Octagon girl Arianny Celeste

UFC 94: St-Pierre vs. Penn 2 was a mixed martial arts (MMA) pay-per-view event promoted by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) on January 31, 2009.

- UFC 94

He has competed in the Welterweight divisions of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), the Professional Fighters League (PFL), and most recently for Bellator MMA.

- Jon Fitch

St-Pierre's fight prior to the UFC 94 event was a successful title defense against Jon Fitch at UFC 87 via unanimous decision, where he won every round on the judge's scorecards.

- UFC 94

Fitch dominated Pride Fighting Championships veteran Akihiro Gono en route to a unanimous decision victory at UFC 94.

- Jon Fitch

UFC 94 – After an incident where Georges St-Pierre was accused of putting vaseline on his back, corner men were disallowed from bringing vaseline into The Octagon. Petroleum jelly may now only be applied by UFC employed cutmen.

- Ultimate Fighting Championship

Series 3: Chuck Liddell and Mark Coleman (Legends Packaging), Karo Parisyan, B.J. Penn, Jon Fitch, Thiago Silva, Maurício Rua (Pride Packaging)

- Ultimate Fighting Championship

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St-Pierre in November 2021

Georges St-Pierre

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Canadian former professional mixed martial artist.

Canadian former professional mixed martial artist.

St-Pierre in November 2021
St-Pierre in 2007
St-Pierre in February 2009

St-Pierre was a two-division champion in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), having won titles in the welterweight and middleweight divisions.

Some of Jackson's students accompanied St-Pierre to Montreal to help prepare him for his fight at UFC 94 against B.J. Penn at the Tristar Gym, including Keith Jardine, Nathan Marquardt, Donald Cerrone, and Rashad Evans.

St-Pierre's first title defense after regaining the belt was against Jon Fitch at UFC 87.

Thiago Alves (fighter)

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Brazilian bare-knuckle fighter and former mixed martial artist.

Brazilian bare-knuckle fighter and former mixed martial artist.

A 27-fight veteran of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, he competed in the promotion from 2005 until 2019.

At Ultimate Fight Night 5, Alves was matched up against fellow up-and-comer Jon Fitch.

After consecutive dominant performances against Parisyan, Hughes and Koscheck, Dana White announced that Alves had earned a title shot against the winner of the welterweight title-fight at UFC 94.

Penn in 2019

B.J. Penn

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Penn in 2019
Hughes and Penn before their rematch at UFC 63: Hughes vs. Penn
Penn appearing on the cover of the July 2008 issue of KoreAm
Penn autographing a copy of his autobiography, Why I Fight

Penn competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and in K-1.

Later, Penn told Fighters Club TV that he would face the winner of UFC 87 Welterweight title fight between Georges St-Pierre and Jon Fitch, which St-Pierre ended up winning by unanimous decision.

The date led UFC 94 to be billed as the "UFC Super Bowl Weekend," and it was anticipated to be the biggest UFC pay-per-view event ever.