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Turning pro at age of 21 he had a black belt in Kyokushin already. Penn at UFC 58, he trained at the Renzo Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy in New York City.
Between 20, St-Pierre trained in Muay Thai under Phil Nurse at the Wat in New York City.
In the second round, St-Pierre won the fight via technical knockout after a left kick to Hughes' head followed by a barrage of unanswered punches and elbows.
After the fight, on January 30, 2007, St-Pierre signed a new six-fight deal with the UFC.
St-Pierre controlled the fight and eventually sneaked in a rear naked choke with less than a minute remaining in the first round. St-Pierre won the match by split decision and was set for a rematch against then-champion Matt Hughes at UFC 63. The UFC announced afterward that St-Pierre would have the opportunity to fight for the title when his condition was fully healed.
During the post-fight interview, he famously went down on his knees with an impassioned plea to UFC management to give him another title shot. St-Pierre was forced to withdraw from the match, however, due to a groin injury and was replaced by the man he defeated in March, B. St-Pierre was seen as a trainer on The Ultimate Fighter 4: The Comeback on Spike TV, which featured fighters who were previously seen in UFC events including Matt Serra, Shonie Carter, Pete Sell, Patrick Côté, and Travis Lutter.