UFC Fight Night 32 is the first UFC event since "UFC Ultimate Ultimate '96" to feature two submissions due to strikes.
In the 13 events the UFC has held in Brazil, fighters from the country are 63-25 against foreign opposition. Brazilian fighters went 4-5 in fights against outsiders at UFC Fight Night 32.
Brazilian fighters were outmatched by foreign opponents in head-to-head matchups for the first time at a UFC event.
Total fight time for the 11-bout card was 1:04:24, the shortest in UFC history for an 11-fight card.
Betting favorites went 7-4 on the card.
Debuting fighters went 3-1 at the event.
Belfort, Adriano Martins, Omari Akhmedov and Thiago Perpetuo earned $50,000 UFC Fight Night 32 fight-night bonuses.
UFC Fight Night 32 drew an announced attendance of 10,000-plus.
Belfort has defeated his opponent by knockout or submission in all 13 of his UFC victories. His 13 UFC finishes are tied with Matt Hughes for the second most all-time behind Anderson Silva (14).
Belfort's 12 first-round finishes are the most by any fighter in UFC history.
Belfort is the only fighter in UFC history to earn three knockout victories stemming from a head kick. He is also the only fighter to earn three-straight head-kick knockout wins.
Belfort earned his fifth "Knockout of the Night" bonus, the second most in history behind Anderson Silva (seven).
Belfort recorded his first victory in the UFC light heavyweight division since January 2004.
Belfort improved to 5-0 in the UFC when fighting in his home country of Brazil.
Henderson was knocked out for the first time in his 40-fight career.
Henderson's 77-second defeat was the shortest of his 11 career losses.
Henderson landed just one significant strike in the loss, the fewest of his 33-fight UFC/PRIDE/Strikeforce career.
Henderson's three-fight losing streak is the longest of his 40-fight career.
Henderson fell to 2-4 in UFC main event fights.
Rafael Cavalcante (12-4 MMA, 1-1 UFC) has defeated his opponent by knockout or submission in all 12 of his professional victories.
Cavalcante earned his first submission victory since Dec. 9, 2006 – a span of 2,527 days and 14 fights.
Igor Pokrajac (25-11 MMA, 4-6 UFC) fell to 0-3 with one no-contest in his past four UFC bouts.
Brandon Thatch (11-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) has finished his opponent by first-round knockout or submission in all 11 of his professional victories.
Thatch has needed just 14:43 of cage time to earn all 11 of his career wins.
Paulo Thiago (15-6 MMA, 5-6 UFC) fell to 2-5 in his past seven UFC fights.
Thiago was submitted for the first time in his 21-fight career.
Thiago is just the second fighter in UFC history to submit via a strike to the body. The other was Paul Buentello against Cheick Kongo at UFC on VERSUS 1.
Ryan LaFlare (9-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) improved to 3-0 since returning from a 2.5-year layoff in January.
Jeremy Stephens (22-9 MMA, 9-8 UFC) improved to 2-0 since dropping to the UFC featherweight division.
Stephens' 40-second knockout of Rony Jason was the fifth fastest in UFC/WEC featherweight history. "Lil' Heathen" needed just three significant strikes landed to dispatch of Jason.
Jason (13-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC) was knocked out for the first time since Dec. 5, 2009 – a span of 1,435 days (nearly four years) and nine fights.
Omari Akhmedov (12-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) has earned 10 of his 12 career victories by knockout or submission, with 10 in the first round.
Thiago Tavares (18-5-1 MMA, 8-5-1 UFC) improved to 3-1 in the UFC when fighting in his home country of Brazil.
Justin Salas (11-5 MMA, 2-2 UFC) was defeated by submission for the first time since Jan. 10, 2009 – a span of 1,764 days (nearly five years) and 10 fights.
Jose Maria Tome (33-5 MMA, 0-2 UFC) has been knocked out in back-to-back fights after going 38 professional fights without a knockout defeat.