As you can see, all three judges scored Rounds 2, 3, 4 and 5 the same way. Each gave Hendricks Rounds 2 and 4, and all three judges gave St-Pierre Rounds 3 and 5.
The numbers corroborate the scores. Round 2 saw Hendricks land 37 total strikes (30 significant, 19 power) compared to GSP's 30 (28 significant, seven power). Hendricks wobbled the champ twice, which made it a clear-cut 10-9 for the challenger.
Round 3 saw Georges St-Pierre bounce back, landing 32 total strikes (31 significant) compared to Hendricks' 22 (15 significant). Hendricks landed a takedown during the round but just six strikes on the ground, none of which qualified as power shots.
Round 4 swung back in favor of Hendricks. Hendricks landed 41 total strikes (18 significant) to GSP's 24 (14 significant). 21 of Hendricks' strikes, though, came from his time on the ground, when the champ slipped on the Bud Light logo in the center of the Octagon. Slipping over the decals on the mat is commonplace in MMA, and Hendricks made the most of it before inexplicably letting GSP get back to his feet.
The fifth and final round saw GSP hit 13 total strikes (nine significant) to Hendricks' 15 (four significant). However, GSP would take the round by scoring two takedowns and finding success in the clinch.
The full fight numbers, oddly, saw Hendricks beat out GSP in total strikes 142-125, but GSP would lead in significant strikes 101-85.