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UFC 155 By the Numbers

A look at some of the statistics behind UFC 155.
11
Number of wins Jim Miller now has at lightweight, the most in the history of the UFC's 155ers

$65,000


Amount earned by each of UFC 155's four fighters who earned official post-fight bonuses (Lauzon and Jim Miller for Fight of the Night, Todd Duffee for Knockout of the Night, John Moraga for Submission of the Night)

12
Number of official post-fight bonuses Joe Lauzon has received, tying him with Anderson Silva for most-ever

40

Number of stitches Lauzon tweeted that he received after the fight

2,3
Rank of Jim Miller and Joe Lauzon (respectively) among all fighters for total submissions attempted (behind Chris Lytle)

120
Significant strikes landed by featherweight Max Holloway during his 15-minute bout against Leonard Garcia (an average of 8 per minute)

8
Average number of significant strikes per minute

20
Significant strikes landed by heavyweight Todd Duffee during his 2:04-minute bout against Phil De Fries

9.67
Average number of significant strikes per minute

111
Significant strikes landed by heavyweight Cain Velasquez during his 25-minute bout against Junior dos Santos

4.44
Average number of significant strikes per minute

33
Number of takedown attempts by Cain Velasquez, a new record for a single fight

1


Rank of Cain Velasquez among all fighters in the average number of strikes landed per minute

$20,000

Approximate value of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle awarded to heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez after his win

42
Days between UFC 155 and UFC 156, which could determine the next challenger for new champion Cain Velasquez

50
Cost in dollars of an autographed Erik Perez walkout luchador mask

11
Days before UFC 155 that Derek Brunson took the fight against Chris Leben as a replacement for injured Karlos Vemola

29-28
All three judges' scorecards in Leben vs. Brunson, which Brunson won

12
Number of wins Yushin Okami now has at middleweight, tying him with Anderson Silva for most-ever

3:22:33


Total UFC fight time for Yushin Okami, the most in middleweight division history


Sources: UFC, FightMetric, @JoeLauzon, Harley-Davidson

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