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Fight Night Glasgow: By The Numbers

Take a closer look at Fight Night Glasgow in this edition of By The Numbers.
9
Current ranking of Michael Bisping as a UFC middleweight


3:39:46
Octagon time by “The Count” as a middleweight, 2nd most in UFC middleweight history behind Yushin Okami’s 3:40:20


12
UFC wins by Bisping as a middleweight including his most recent unanimous decision win over CB Dollaway at UFC 186, tied for 3rd most in UFC middleweight history


9
KO/TKOs by Bisping inside the Octagon, tied for 4th most in UFC history


987
Significant strikes landed by The Count as a middleweight, most in UFC middleweight history


1,170
Significant strikes landed by Bisping as a light-heavyweight and middleweight, 3rd most in UFC history behind Frankie Edgar’s 1,174 and Georges St-Pierre’s 1,254


100+
Significant strikes landed by Bisping in two separate UFC middleweight bouts - 118 against Yoshihiro Akiyama and 102 against Jason Miller, only UFC middleweight to ever do so


4.49
Significant strikes landed per minute rate by The Count, best rate among active UFC middleweights (min. 5 fights)


3.4
Sig. strikes landed per minute rate by Bisping in round one


5.2
Sig. strikes landed per minute rate by Bisping in round two, best rate among active UFC middleweights (min. 5 fights)


5.65
Sig. strikes landed per minute rate by Bisping in round three, 2nd best among active UFC middleweights (min. 5 fights)


69.6
Significant striking defense percentage by The Count, best in UFC middleweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 opp. att.)


3
The Ultimate Fighter season Bisping won at light-heavyweight


10
Current ranking of Thales Leites as a UFC middleweight


5
Active UFC win streak by Leites, tied for 3rd longest win streak behind Yoel Romero’s 6 and UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman’s 9


3
Post-fight bonuses won by Leites in his past two Octagon appearances - Performance of the Night KO of Francis Carmont and a Performance of the Night and Fight of the Night sub of Tim Boetsch


10
UFC wins by Leites as a middleweight, 6th most in UFC middleweight history


6
Finishes by Leites inside the Octagon including his most recent arm triangle choke of Tim Boetsch at UFC 183, tied for 4th most UFC middleweight history


15
Submission attempts by Leites, 2nd most in UFC middleweight history behind Kendall Grove’s 17


4
Submissions wins by Leites, tied for 3rd most in UFC middleweight history


24
Takedowns by Leites, 5th most among active UFC middleweights


77
Percentage of Leites’ 13 UFC opponents he has taken down


9
The Ultimate Fighter season Ross Pearson won at lightweight


6
Knockdowns by The Real Deal as a lightweight, tied for 6th most among active UFC lightweights


100
Percentage of Pearson’s four wins since returning to the lightweight division by KO/TKO including his most recent knockout of Sam Stout at UFC 185, which Pearson earned a Performance of the Night bonus


535
Significant strikes landed by Pearson as a lightweight, 9th most among active UFC lightweights


3.98
Sig. strikes landed per minute rate by The Real Deal, UFC average is 2.83 (min. 5 fights)


+1.08
Significant strike differential in favor of Pearson, 9th best among active UFC lightweights (min. 5 fights)


72.2
Significant strike defense percentage by The Real Deal, 2nd best in UFC lightweight history behind John Makdessi’s 73.4% (min. 5 fights and 350 opp. att.)


863
Significant strikes landed by Evan Dunham inside the Octagon, 2nd most in UFC lightweight history and 7th most in UFC history


152-47
Significant strikes landed to absorbed by Dunham in his most recent unanimous decision win over Rodrigo Damm at UFC 182


5.42
Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Dunham, 2nd best in UFC lightweight history


+1.82
Significant strike differential in favor of Dunham, 3rd best in UFC lightweight history


1,069
Total strikes landed by Dunham inside the Octagon, 7th most in UFC lightweight history

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