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Fight Night Saskatoon: By The Numbers

5
Current ranking of Max Holloway as a UFC featherweight


8
Total UFC wins by Holloway at 145 pounds, tied for 4th most in UFC/WEC featherweight history


5.27
Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Blessed, 2nd best rate among active UFC featherweights and 3rd best in UFC/WEC featherweight history (min. 5 fights)


667
Significant strikes landed by Holloway, 2nd most in UFC/WEC featherweight history behind current UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo’s 691

 

69.7
Significant striking defense percentage by Blessed, 4th best defense in UFC/WEC featherweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 opp. att.)


7
Submission wins by “do Bronx” inside the Octagon including his most recent guillotine choke of Nik Lentz in May, tied for 3rd most submission wins in modern UFC history (since UFC 28) behind Nate Diaz and Frank Mir’s 8


0
UFC fighters have earned more submission wins than Oliveira since his Octagon debut on August 1st, 2010


6
Different techniques have been used by Oliveira to earn these submissions - armbar, rear naked choke, calf slicer, guillotine choke, triangle choke and anaconda choke


1
Calf slicer submission win in UFC history, which belongs to Oliveira’s use of it against Eric Wisely at UFC on FOX: Evans vs. Davis

 

5
Submission wins by do Bronx as a featherweight, tied with Urijah Faber for most submission wins in UFC/WEC featherweight history


13
Submission attempts by Oliveira as a UFC featherweight, 2nd most in UFC/WEC featherweight history


2.58
Submission attempts per 15 minutes of fighting by do Bronx, best rate in UFC/WEC featherweight history (min. 5 fights)


53.1
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Oliveira, 2nd best in UFC/WEC featherweight history behind Jimy Hettes’ 57.3% (min. 5 fights and 350 att.)


76
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Oliveira against Lentz in their rematch at UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Alves, and do Bronx scored a knockdown as well


15
Current ranking of Neil Magny as a UFC welterweight


456
Significant strikes landed by Magny, 10th most among active UFC welterweights


46.5
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Magny, 10th best among active UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights and 350 att.)


2.12
Significant strike differential in favor of Magny, best among active UFC welterweights and 2nd best in UFC welterweight history behind former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre’s 2.39 (min. 5 fights)


1.56
Significant strikes absorbed per minute rate by Magny, 3rd best among active UFC welterweights and 8th best in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)


80
Inch reach for Magny, current UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum’s reach is 77 inches


100
Percentage of Erick Silva’s UFC wins by first round finish - KO of Luis Ramos, rear naked choke of Charlie Brenneman, inverted triangle armbar of Jason High, TKO of Takenori Sato, arm-triangle choke of Mike Rhodes and, most recently, guillotine choke of Josh Koscheck


4:51
Average fight time for Silva, fastest among active UFC welterweights


2:09
Average fight time for Silva’s six UFC wins


75
Seconds it took for Silva to secure the choke of Rhodes at UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Dollaway earning Silva a Performance of the Night bonus


52
Seconds it took for Silva to score a lightning quick TKO of Takenori Sato at UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Mousasi


100
Percentage of Silva’s 18 significant strikes attempted that landed against Sato at UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Mousasi, which broke an esoteric record previously held by Anderson Silva with win over James “Sandman” Irvin where he went 13 for 13 with significant strikes


2.5
Submissions attempted average per 15 minutes of fighting by Indio, 2nd best among active UFC welterweights and 5th best in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

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