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UFC event where Brock Lesnar challenged UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture for the UFC heavyweight championship

8:07
Time into the title bout when Lesnar scored a TKO of Couture to claim the UFC heavyweight belt

287
Days between Lesnar’s Octagon debut and his winning the UFC heavyweight belt

100
UFC event where Lesnar successfully defended his UFC heavyweight belt against former champ Mir in a highly-anticipated rematch

6:48
Time into the title bout when Lesnar scored a TKO of Mir after landing 47 significant strikes to Mir’s 4

116
UFC event where Lesnar secured a second round arm-triangle choke of Shane Carwin to unify the UFC heavyweight title in an incredible come-from-behind victory, Lesnar was awarded a Submission of the Night bonus

357
Days between Lesnar’s title defense over Frank Mir and his title unification bout against interim UFC heavyweight champion Shane Carwin

4
Consecutive wins with three finishes by Lesnar, including two UFC title defenses inside the Octagon

100
Percentage of Lesnar’s three UFC finishes happened in the second round

4
UFC heavyweight champions have successfully defended the belt two times – Randy Couture, Lesnar, Tim Sylvia and Cain Velasquez

1653
Days between Lesnar’s TKO loss to Alistair Overeem at UFC 141 and his Octagon return at UFC 200 against Mark Hunt

55
Takedown accuracy percentage by Lesnar, 3rd best in UFC heavyweight history (min. 5 fights and 20 att.)

11
Takedowns by Lesnar across his seven UFC appearances

3.87
Takedown average per 15 minutes of fighting by Lesnar – UFC average 1.75

83.3
Percentage of Lesnar’s UFC opponents he scored at least one takedown of, including Frank Mir in both of their meetings; Overeem was the only one not taken down

1999, 2000
Years that Lesnar became an NCAA Division I All-American wrestler for the University of Minnesota

2000
Year that Lesnar became the NCAA Division I National Champion wrestler

3.57
Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Lesnar, UFC average is 2.83

73
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Lesnar, UFC average is 42%

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68.5
Significant strikes landed by Lesnar were on the ground – 111 of 162 sig. strikes, UFC average is 23.3%

8
Current ranking of Mark Hunt as a UFC heavyweight

6
KO/TKOs by the “Super Samoan” inside the Octagon, including his most recent first round knockout of Frank Mir in March

8
Knockdowns by Hunt inside the Octagon

347
Significant strikes landed by Hunt

86.2
Percentage of those sig. strikes by Hunt targeted his opponent’s head, largest proportion in UFC heavyweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 sig. att.)

2001
Year that Hunt won the K-1 World Grand Prix kickboxing tournament, only non-European to do so

75.6
Takedown defense percentage by Hunt, 5th best in UFC heavyweight history (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)

6
Post-fight bonuses by Hunt, tied for most in UFC heavyweight history

 

1
Current ranking of Jose Aldo as a UFC featherweight

8
Current ranking of Jose Aldo on the UFC pound-for-pound list

15
Wins by Aldo in UFC/WEC competition, most in UFC/WEC featherweight history

7
Successful/consecutive UFC featherweight title defenses by Aldo from UFC 128 to UFC 179, 4th most UFC successful/consecutive title defenses in UFC history

9
KO/TKOs by Aldo in UFC/WEC competition, most in UFC/WEC featherweight history

8
Knockdowns by Aldo in UFC/WEC featherweight history competition, most in UFC/WEC featherweight history

692
Significant strikes landed by Aldo in UFC/WEC competition, 3rd most in UFC/WEC featherweight history

76
Significant strikes landed by Aldo against Edgar en route to a unanimous decision win at UFC 156

91.2
Takedown defense percentage by Aldo in UFC/WEC featherweight competition, 2nd best in UFC/WEC featherweight history behind Dennis Bermudez’s 91.4% (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)

2
Current ranking of Frankie Edgar as a UFC featherweight

10
Current ranking of “The Answer” on the UFC pound for-pound list

5:37:49
Total Octagon time by the former UFC lightweight champion, most in UFC history

2:28
Time it took Edgar to score his most recent first round knockout of Chad Mendes at The Ultimate Fighter 22 Finale

1,187
Significant strikes landed by Edgar, 3rd most in UFC history

71.2
Significant strike defense percentage by Edgar, 5th best among active UFC fighters and 8th best in UFC history (min. 5 fights and 350 opp. att.)

+1.96
Significant strike differential per minute rate by Edgar, 2nd best in UFC featherweight history behind current UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor’s +2.43 (min. 5 fights)

61
Takedowns by Edgar, tied for 3rd most in UFC history

7
Of those takedowns by Edgar came against Cub Swanson en route to his fifth round finish at UFC Fight Night: Edgar vs. Swanson

2+
Takedowns by Edgar against five of his six UFC featherweight opponents including Jose Aldo. He is the only fighter to score to takedowns of Aldo

196
UFC event where Miesha Tate won the UFC women’s bantamweight championship from Holly Holm

23:30
Time into the bout when “Cupcake” secured a rear naked choke of Holm to claim the belt, 4th latest finish UFC history

5
Consecutive wins by the former Strikeforce women’s bantamweight champ inside the Octagon, longest active UFC win streak in UFC women’s bantamweight division

751
Total strikes landed by Tate in UFC/Strikeforce competition, third most in UFC women’s bantamweight history

27
Takedowns by Tate in UFC/Strikeforce competition, most in UFC/Strikeforce women’s bantamweight history

100
Percentage of Tate’s 14 UFC/Strikeforce bouts where she has completed at least one takedown of her opponent after attempting at least one takedown

4
Current ranking of Amanda Nunes as a UFC women’s bantamweight

5
Wins by “The Lioness” inside the Octagon, tied for 2nd most with Miesha Tate in UFC women’s bantamweight history behind Ronda Rousey’s 6

4
Finishes by Nunes inside the Octagon, 2nd most in UFC women’s bantamweight history behind Ronda Rousey’s 6

100
Percentage of Nunes’ UFC finishes have occurred in the first round, 2nd most behind Ronda Rousey’s 5

6:12
Average fight time by Nunes, 2nd shortest in UFC women’s bantamweight history behind Ronda Rousey’s 3:25

2
Significant strikes absorbed per minute rate by Nunes, best in UFC women’s’ bantamweight history (min. 5 fights)



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