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    UFC in 2013: A ridiculously robust look at the stats, streaks, skids and record-setters

    The UFC held 33 events in 27 different cities across seven countries.

    Within those events, there were 386 fights across nine different weight classes.

    Those 386 fights combined for a total cage time of 66 hours, 54 minutes and nine seconds.

    The longest event of the year was “UFC on FUEL TV 7: Barao vs. McDonald” at 168 minutes and 39 seconds of fight time. The shortest event was “UFC Fight Night 32: Belfort vs. Henderson” at 64 minutes and 24 seconds.

    At those events, the UFC drew an announced total attendance of 407,452 for a live gate total of $52,828,135.50.

    The highest attended event of the year was “UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz” in Montreal (20,145) while the lowest attended event was The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale in Las Vegas (4,853).

    The highest reported income gate of the year was “UFC 168: Weidman vs. Silva II” in Las Vegas ($6.2 million) while the lowest reported income gate of the year went to The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale in Las Vegas ($355,290).

    In 2013 98 fight-night bonuses were given out for a sum of $5,840,000.

    Six events had no “Submission of the Night” winner.

    “UFC on FUEL TV 10: Werdum vs. Nogueira II” saw 10 fights end in a stoppage, tying UFC Fight Night 13 for the most of any fight card in modern UFC history.

    The most knockouts at a single event went to “UFC on FOX 7: Henderson vs. Melendez” with eight.

    The most submissions at a single event went to “UFC on FUEL TV 10: Werdum vs. Nogueira II,” which saw eight of 12 fights end with a tap-out.

    The most fights to go to a decision at an event goes to “UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson” with nine. In a similar effect, “UFC on FUEL TV 8: Silva vs. Stann” tied the UFC record for most consecutive fights to go to a decision with eight.

    Through the end of 2013, fighters competing in their home country have found mixed success inside the octagon. Brazilians are 63-45 at home against foreign opponents to date. Canadians, meanwhile, are 47-40 while the English are 38-28.

    Betting favorites went 285-114 over the course of the year.

    “UFC 166: Velasquez vs. dos Santos III” had the most favorites come through with victorious, as 12 of 13 had their hand raised. On the flip side, seven underdogs won at “UFC 156: Aldo vs. Edgar,” the most of any card.
    HEAVYWEIGHT

    Number of fights: 28
    Knockouts: 19
    Submissions: Three
    Decisions: Six (includes one draw)

    Most wins: Gabriel Gonzaga and Travis Browne (three)
    Most losses: Pat Barry, Frank Mir, Roy Nelson and Alistair Overeem (two)

    Fastest knockout: Gonzaga def. Dave Herman at 0:17 of Round 1 at UFC 162 (tied for third fastest in divisional history)
    Latest knockout: Cain Velasquez def. Junior dos Santos at 3:09 of Round 5 at UFC 166 (latest in UFC history)
    Most knockdowns: Dos Santos scored two knockdowns against Mark Hunt at UFC 160, as did Overeem against Browne at UFC Fight Night 26 and Walt Harris against Jared Rosholt at The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale
    Most strikes landed: Velasquez landed 274 strikes against dos Santos at UFC 166 (UFC heavyweight record)
    Least strikes landed: Phil De Fries landed zero strikes against Matt Mitrione at UFC on FUEL TV 9

    Fastest submission: Brendan Schaub def. Mitrione at 4:06 of Round 1 at UFC 165
    Latest submission: Fabricio Werdum def. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira at 2:41 of Round 2 at UFC on FUEL TV 10
    Most submission attempts: Nikita Krylov attempted two submission against Sao Palelei at UFC 164
    Most takedowns: Schaub completed five takedowns against Lavar Johnson at UFC 157

    LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

    Number of fights: 33
    Knockouts: 12
    Submissions: Five
    Decisions: 16

    Most wins: Glover Teixeira (three)
    Most losses: Dan Henderson (three)

    Fastest knockout: Anthony Perosh def. Vinny Magalhaes at 0:14 of Round 1 at UFC 163 (third fastest in divisional history)
    Latest knockout: Jimi Manuwa def. Ryan Jimmo at 4:41 of Round 2 at UFC Fight Night 30
    Most knockdowns: Wanderlei Silva scored two knockdowns against Brian Stann at UFC on FUEL TV 8, as did Vitor Belfort against Henderson at UFC Fight Night 32
    Most strikes landed: Fabio Maldonado landed 156 strikes against Roger Hollett at UFC on FX 8
    Least strikes landed: Four fighters landed just one strike

    Fastest submission: Ryan Bader def. Vladimir Matyushenko at 0:50 of Round 1 at UFC on Fox 6 (fastest in divisional history)
    Latest submission: Ildemar Alcantara def. Wagner Prado at 2:39 of Round 2 at UFC on FX 7
    Most submission attempts: Alcantara attempted three submissions against Wagner Prado at UFC on FX 7
    Most takedowns: Teixeira completed five takedowns against Quinton Jackson at UFC on FOX 6

    MIDDLEWEIGHT

    Number of fights: 56
    Knockouts: 17
    Submissions: 14
    Decisions: 25

    Most wins: Rafael Natal (three)
    Most losses: Eight fighters suffered two losses

    Fastest knockout: Yoel Romero def. Clifford Starks at 1:32 of Round 1 at UFC on FOX 7
    Latest knockout: Clint Hester def. Bristol Marunde at 3:53 of Round 3 at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale
    Most knockdowns: Hester scored two knockdowns against Marunde at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale, as did Natal against Tor Troeng at UFC Fight Night 28 and Luke Barnatt against Andrew Craig at UFC Fight Night 30
    Most strikes landed: Mark Munoz landed 132 strikes against Tim Boetsch at UFC 162
    Least strikes landed: Three fighters landed zero strikes

    Fastest submission: Cezar Ferreira def. Thiago Santos at 0:47 of Round 1 at UFC 163
    Latest submission: Bubba McDaniel def. Gilbert Smith at 2:49 of Round 3 at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale
    Most submission attempts: Caio Magalhaes attempted five submissions against Karlos Vemola at UFC on FUEL TV 10
    Most takedowns: Stanislav Nedkov completed five takedowns against Tom Watson at UFC on FUEL TV 7, as did Munoz against Boetsch at UFC 162, Thales Leites against Tom Watson at UFC 163, and Francis Carmont against Constantinos Philippou UFC 165

    WELTERWEIGHT

    Number of fights: 70
    Knockouts: 22
    Submissions: Nine
    Decisions: 38
    Other: One

    Most wins: Robbie Lawler and Ryan LaFlare (three)
    Most losses: Bobby Voelker (three)

    Fastest knockout: Matt Brown def. Mike Pyle at 0:29 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night 26
    Latest knockout: Carlos Condit def. Martin Kampmann at 0:54 of Round 4 at UFC Fight Night 27
    Most knockdowns: Robert Whittaker scored two knockdowns against Colton Smith at UFC 160, as did Brandon Thatch against Justin Edwards at UFC Fight Night 27, Hyun Gyu Lim against Pascal Krauss at UFC 164, Stephen Thompson against Chris Clements at UFC 165, and Tyron Woodley against Josh Koscheck at UFC 167
    Most strikes landed: Georges St-Pierre landed 210 strikes against Nick Diaz at UFC 158
    Least strikes landed: Seven fighters landed zero strikes

    Fastest submission: Rousimar Palhares def. Mike Pierce at 0:31 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night 29 (third fastest in divisional history)
    Latest submission: Leonardo Santos def. William Macario at 4:43 of Round 2 at UFC on FUEL TV 10
    Most submission attempts: Jason High attempted four submissions against Anthony Lapsley at UFC 167
    Most takedowns: Johny Hendricks completed 12 takedowns against Condit at UFC 158

    LIGHTWEIGHT

    Number of fights: 75
    Knockout: 19
    Submission: 18
    Decision: 35
    Other: Three

    Most wins: Edson Barboza, Khabib Nurmagomedov and Bobby Green (three)
    Most losses: Yves Edwards (three)

    Fastest knockout: Khabib Nurmagomedov def. Thiago Tavares at 1:55 of Round 1 at UFC on FX 7
    Latest knockout: Lucas Martins def. Jeremy Larsen at 0:13 of Round 3 at UFC on FX 8
    Most knockdowns: T.J. Grant scored three knockdowns against Gray Maynard at UFC 160
    Most strikes landed: Pat Healy landed 135 strikes against Jim Miller at UFC 159
    Least strikes landed: Two fighters landed zero strikes

    Fastest submission: James Vick def. Ramsey Nijem at 0:58 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night 26
    Latest submission: James Krause def. Sam Stout at 4:47 of Round 3 at UFC 161 (second latest in UFC lightweight history)
    Most submission attempts: Paul Sass attempted five submission at UFC on FUEL TV 7
    Most takedowns: Nurmagomedov completed 21 takedowns against Abel Trujillo at UFC 160 (most in UFC history)

    FEATHERWEIGHT

    Number of fights: 49
    Knockouts: 14
    Submissions: Five
    Decisions: 29

    Most wins: Dennis Bermudez and Chad Mendes (three)
    Most losses: Six fighters in the division suffered two losses

    Fastest knockout: Jeremy Stephens def. Rony Jason at 0:40 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night 32 (fifth fastest in divisional history)
    Latest knockout: Jose Aldo def. Chan Sung Jung at 2:00 of Round 4 at UFC 163
    Most knockdowns: Dustin Poirier scored two knockdowns against Erik Koch at UFC 164
    Most strikes landed: Nik Lentz landed 205 strikes against Diego Nunes at UFC on FX 7
    Least strikes landed: Justin Lawrence landed zero strikes against Daniel Pineda at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale

    Fastest submission: Rony Jason def. Mike Wilkinson at 1:24 of Round 1 at UFC on FUEL TV 10
    Latest submission: Jimy Hettes def. Robert Whiteford at 2:17 of Round 2 at UFC Fight Night 30
    Most submission attempts: Koch attempted five submission against Dustin Poirier at UFC 164
    Most takedowns: Lentz completed 10 takedowns against Nunes at UFC on FX 7

    BANTAMWEIGHT

    Number of fights: 37
    Knockouts: Eight
    Submissions: 12
    Decisions: 15
    Other: Two

    Most wins: Urijah Faber (four)
    Most losses: Edwin Figueroa (three)

    Fastest knockout: Yuri Alcantara def. Iliarde Santos at 2:31 of Round 1 at UFC on FX 8
    Latest knockout: Francisco Rivera def. Figueroa at 4:20 of Round 2 at UFC 156
    Most knockdowns: Michael McDonald scored two knockdowns against Brad Pickett at UFC Fight Night 26
    Most strikes landed: Vaughan Lee landed 164 strikes against Motonobu Tezuka at UFC on FUEL TV 7
    Least strikes landed: Pedro Nobre landed three strikes against Alcantara at UFC on FX 7

    Fastest submission: Martins def. Ramiro Hernandez at 1:10 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night 28
    Latest submission: Renan Barao def. McDonald at 3:57 of Round 4 at UFC on FUEL TV 7
    Most submission attempts: Dustin Pague attempted seven submission against Yves Jabouin at UFC 161
    Most takedowns: Erik Perez completed seven takedowns against Figueroa at UFC 167

    WOMEN’S BANTAMWEIGHT

    Number of fights: 16
    Knockouts: Six
    Submissions: Two
    Decisions: Eight

    Most wins: Ronda Rousey, Amanda Nunes and Alexis Davis (two)
    Most losses: Five fighters in the division suffered two losses

    Fastest knockout: Nunes def. Sheila Gaff at 2:08 of Round 1 at UFC 163
    Latest knockout: Cat Zingano def. Miesha Tate at 2:55 of Round 3 at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale
    Most knockdowns: No knockdowns were recorded in women’s bantamweight competition
    Most strikes landed: Jessica Andrade landed 215 strikes against Rosi Sexton at UFC Fight Night 30
    Least strikes landed: Germaine de Randamie landed one strike against Nunes at UFC Fight Night 31

    Fastest submission: Rouse def. Liz Carmouche at 4:49 of Round 1 at UFC 157
    Latest submission: Rousey def. Miesha Tate at 0:58 of Round 3 at UFC 168
    Most submission attempts: Tate attempted three submissions against Zingano at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale, as did Davis against Rosi Sexton at UFC 161, Jessamyn Duke against Peggy Morgan at The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale, and Rousey against Tate at UFC 168
    Most takedowns: Rousey landed six takedowns against Tate at UFC 168

    FLYWEIGHT

    Number of fights: 22
    Knockouts: 11
    Submissions: Two
    Decision: Nine

    Most wins: Demetrious Johnson, John Lineker and Joseph Benavidez (three)
    Most losses: Iliarde Santos, Jose Maria and Darren Uyenoyama (two)

    Fastest knockout: Johnson def. Benavidez at 2:08 of Round 1 at UFC on FOX 9 (fastest in divisional history)
    Latest knockout: Ali Bagautinov def. Marcos Vinicius at 3:28 of Round 3 at UFC Fight Night 28
    Most knockdowns: Lineker scored three knockdowns against Maria at UFC on FX 8 and against Phil Harris at UFC Fight Night 30
    Most strikes landed: Tim Elliott landed 270 strikes against Louis Gaudinot at UFC 164 (fifth most in UFC history)
    Least strikes landed: Benavidez landed four strikes against Johnson at UFC on FOX 9

    Fastest submission: Josh Sampo def. Ryan Benoit at 4:31 of Round 2 at The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale
    Latest submission: Johnson def. John Moraga at 3:43 of Round 5 at UFC on FOX 8 (second latest in UFC history)
    Most submission attempts: Sampo attempted five submission against Benoit at The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale
    Most takedowns: Johnson completed 12 takedowns against Moraga at UFC on FOX 8 (most in divisional history)

    INDIVIDUAL FEATS

    Lyoto Machida, Ildemar Alcantara and Vitor Belfort were the only fighters to record wins in multiple UFC weight classes.

    Belfort, Hunt, Browne and Demetrious Johnson all earned three fight-night bonuses, the most of any fighter.

    Velasquez earned a UFC heavyweight record ninth knockout victory at UFC 166.

    Gonzaga tied Mir’s record for most finishes in heavyweight history with his 11th at UFC 166.

    Browne became the only fighter in UFC history to record two knockouts stemming from standing elbow strikes. Browne used the technique to finish Gonzaga and Josh Barnett.

    Jared Rosholt’s debut at The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale marked the 12th pair of brothers to fight in the UFC. His brother, Jake Rosholt, is a three-fight UFC veteran.

    Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson set a light heavyweight title fight record (and second highest single-fight record) for significant strikes landed, combining for 244 over the course of their 25-minute affair at UFC 165 in September.

    Jones broke Tito Ortiz’s record for most consecutive light heavyweight title defenses with six when he defended his belt against Gustafsson at UFC 165.

    Rashad Evans earned his 13th UFC light heavyweight victory at UFC 167, tying him with Chuck Liddell and Jones for the most in divisional history.

    Henderson, 43, was the oldest fighter to compete, making appearances at UFC 157, UFC 161 and UFC Fight Night 32.

    Perosh, 41, was the oldest fighter to record a victory, having defeated Magalhaes by knockout at UFC 163.

    Chael Sonnen became just the third fighter in UFC history to go 0-3 in UFC championship fights after he lost to Jones at UFC 159. The other two fighters in the category are Kenny Florian and Pedro Rizzo.

    Belfort became the first fighter in UFC history to win three straight fights by knockout stemming from a head kick, finishing Michael Bisping, Luke Rockhold and Henderson in consecutive fights. “The Phenom” is also the first to record three career wins by head-kick knockout.

    St-Pierre recorded a UFC record 19th victory when he defeated Hendricks by split decision at UFC 167.

    St-Pierre moved into first place for total octagon time in history in his fight with Hendricks, having logged 5:28:12 throughout his UFC career.

    St-Pierre became the first UFC champion to voluntarily vacate his belt since Frank Shamrock in November 1999.

    Kelvin Gastelum, 21, became the youngest winner of “The Ultimate Fighter” reality show when he won Season 17 of the series.

    Condit earned the earliest fourth-round stoppage in UFC history, knocking out Martin Kampmann at the 0:54 mark of Round 4 at UFC Fight Night 27.

    Palhares earned a record fifth leg-lock submission victory when he forced Pierce to tap out at UFC Fight Night 29.

    Anthony Pettis became the first fighter to force a UFC championship to change hands by submission since B.J. Penn against Matt Hughes (at UFC 45) when he defeated Benson Henderson by armbar at UFC 164.

    Gilbert Melendez[.autotag] became the fourth fighter in history to challenger for a title in his organizational debut when he met Benson Henderson for the lightweight belt at UFC on FOX 7. None of those fighters have been successful in capturing the belt.

    [autotag]Sam Stout fought to a decision for a record 14th time when he defeated Cody McKenzie at UFC on FOX 9.

    Jim Miller moved into second place all-time when it comes to submission attempts inside the octagon, attempting 30 over his UFC career, just one shy of record-holder Chris Lytle.

    Barboza became the first fighter in UFC history to earn two knockout victories stemming from leg kicks when he stopped Rafaello Oliveira at UFC 162.

    Ryan Couture’s UFC debut at UFC on FUEL TV 9 marked the first time a father and a son have competed in at least one bout inside the octagon. Couture’s father is former multi-division UFC champion and UFC Hall of Fame inductee Randy Couture.

    Gleison Tibau earned a record 13th lightweight victory when he defeated Jamie Varner by split decision at UFC 164.

    Lentz became the first and only fighter to defeat two Brazilian fighters on their home soil, beating Nunes at UFC on FX 7 and Dias at UFC on FX 8.

    Leonard Garcia’s fifth consecutive UFC defeat at UFC 159 made him just the second fighter in history to drop five consecutive fights inside the octagon in one UFC stint. The other is Steve Cantwell.

    Barao became the only interim champion in UFC history to successfully defend his belt twice when he defeated McDonald at UFC on FUEL TV 7 and Eddie Wineland at UFC 165.

    Faber was the only fighter to win four fights inside the octagon over the course of the calendar year. Faber defeated Ivan Menjivar, Scott Jorgensen, Yuri Alcantara and McDonald.

    Faber was also the only fighter of the year to post three submission victories inside the octagon.

    George Roop earned his first UFC bantamweight victory at UFC 158, making him just the third fighter in history (Diego Sanchez, Kenny Florian) to post wins in three different weight classes.

    Sergio Pettis, 20, was the youngest fighter to compete, making his lone UFC appearance at UFC 167.

    Rousey became the first female to win a fight under the UFC banner when she successfully defended her title against Carmouche at UFC 157.

    Julianna Pena became the first female winner of “The Ultimate Fighter” reality show. She won Season 18 of the series.

    Lineker landed six knockdowns in his three UFC appearances, the most of any fighter in the organization.

    Flyweight titleholder Johnson successfully defended his title three times, the most of any champion.

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