UFC 190: By The Numbers

Take a closer look at UFC 190 in this edition of By The Numbers.
Current ranking of UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey on the UFC pound-for-pound list

Consecutive UFC title defenses by Rousey, tied with UFC Hall of Famers Matt Hughes and Tito Ortiz for 6th most consecutive UFC title defenses in UFC history

Seconds it took for the “Rowdy” one to secure an armbar finish of Cat Zingano at UFC 184, fastest finish in UFC title fight history

Seconds it took for Rousey to score a KO/TKO finish of Alexis Davis at UFC 175, tied with Frank Shamrock at UFC 15.5 for 3rd fastest finish in UFC title fight history

Average fight time by Rousey inside the Octagon, 4th shortest average fight time in UFC history

Career wins/finishes and 0 losses by Rousey

Of those finishes occurred in the first round

Of those finishes by Rousey were via armbar

Armbars by Rowdy have been in UFC/Strikeforce competition, tied with Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira for most armbar submissions in UFC/Strikeforce/PRIDE/WEC combined history

Percentage of Rousey’s 13 takedowns in UFC/Strikeforce competition started from the clinch

Takedown accuracy percentage by Rousey in UFC/Strikeforce competition, UFC average is 39.5%

Year that Rowdy won a bronze medal in judo representing the US Olympic team, first woman is US history to win an Olympic medal in judo

Current ranking of Bethe Correia as a UFC women’s bantamweight

Wins and 0 losses by “Pitbull” in her pro career including a three fight win streak inside the Octagon

Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Correia, UFC average is 2.83

Significant strikes landed differential in favor of Pitbull over Shayna Baszler at UFC 177, 4th largest significant strikes landed differential in UFC women’s bantamweight history

Significant strikes landed differential in favor of Correia over Jessamyn Duke at UFC 172

Significant striking accuracy percentage by Correia, UFC average is 42%

Takedown defense percentage by Correia stuffing 8 of 10 takedown attempts

Years since Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira’s first back-and-forth battle at PRIDE Critical Countdown 2005, which many consider one of PRIDE’s greatest fights - available on UFC FIGHT PASS

Significant strikes landed to absorbed by Rua against Nogueira in their first meeting, which Shogun won by unanimous decision

Takedown accuracy by Rua against Nogueira in their first meeting earning 7 takedowns on 9 attempts

UFC event where Shogun scored a first round KO over Lyoto Machida to win the UFC light-heavyweight title

Year that Shogun won the PRIDE Middleweight Grand Prix championship

Percentage of Rua’s wins inside the Octagon by KO/TKO

KO/TKOs by Shogun in the UFC, tied for 2nd most in UFC’s light-heavyweight division behind Chuck Liddell’s 9

KO/TKOs by Rua in PRIDE

Combined KO/TKOs by RUA in UFC/PRIDE light-heavyweight competition is the most in the combined history

Knockdowns by Rua inside the Octagon, 3rd most knockdowns in UFC light-heavyweight history

Significant striking accuracy by Rua in the UFC, 5th best in UFC light-heavyweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 sig. att.)

Significant strikes landed by Shogun in UFC/PRIDE, 3rd most in the combined history behind former UFC light-heavyweight champions Jon Jones’ 916 and Quinton Jackson’s 1,048

Days between Antonio Rogerio Nogueira’s last UFC appearance and his forthcoming bout with Shogun

UFC event where “Little Nog” earned a unanimous decision win over currently ranked #5 light-heavyweight Rashad Evans

Days between Nogueira’s win over Evans and Nogueira’s previous UFC performance against UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz

UFC event where Little Nog scored a first round TKO over Ortiz

Career wins for Nogueira including 4 in the UFC and 8 in PRIDE

Percentage of Nogueira’s last 12 fights he has won via KO/TKO, starting with Nog’s first KO/TKO 12 fights ago against Alistair Overeem at PRIDE Critical Countdown Absolute

Year Nogueira was a bronze medal winner in boxing as a super heavyweight at the Pan American Games representing his native Brazil

Seconds it took for Little Nog to score a Knockout of the Night bonus against Luiz Cane in Nogueira’s UFC debut

Takedown defense percentage by Nogueira, 5th best among active UFC light-heavyweights (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)

Significant striking defense percentage by Nogueira, 3rd best among active UFC light-heavyweights (min. 5 fights and 350 opp. att.)

Pounds that Glacio Franca and Fernando Bruno will be competing at to decide The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 4’s lightweight winner

Pounds that Dileno Lopes and Reginaldo Vieira will be competing at to decide The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 4’s bantamweight winner


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