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UFC 195: By The Numbers

Take an early look at UFC 195 in this edition of By The Numbers.
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Current ranking of UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler in the UFC pound-for-pound rankings

181
UFC event where “Ruthless” won the UFC welterweight title by split decision from former champ Johny Hendricks

189
UFC event where Lawler made his first successful title defense via fifth round TKO of Rory MacDonald, which earned the Fight of the Night bonus

4
UFC active win streak by Lawler, 2nd longest active win streak in UFC welterweight division behind Stephen Thompson’s 5

8
Knockdowns by the Ruthless one inside the Octagon, tied for 3rd most in UFC welterweight history behind Jake Ellenberger’s 9 and Thiago Alves’ 11

81
Career finishing rate percentage by Lawler as he has earned 21 stoppages (20 KO/TKOs, 1 sub) across his 26 wins

6
KO/TKOs by Lawler inside the Octagon, tied for 3rd most in UFC welterweight history behind Thiago Alves’ 8 and Matt Brown’s 9

3.96
Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Lawler, 7th best rate among active UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights)

7
UFC fighters have landed more than 100 sig. strikes in two different UFC title fights - Lawler, T.J. Dillashaw, Johny Hendricks, Demetrious Johnson, Jon Jones, Georges St-Pierre and Cain Velasquez

723
Significant strikes landed by Ruthless, 6th most in UFC welterweight history

4
Current ranking of Carlos Condit as a UFC welterweight

93.3
Finishing rate by “The Natural Born Killer” earning 28 stoppages across his 30 pro victories

15
KO/TKOs by the final WEC welterweight champion across his pro career including his, most recent, second round TKO of Thiago Alves at UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Alves

13
Submissions by the former interim UFC welterweight champion across his pro career

10
Finishes by Condit in UFC/WEC competition, tied for 2nd most with Matt Brown in UFC/WEC welterweight combined history behind UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes’ 12

9
Fight Night bonuses by The Natural Born Killer in UFC/WEC competition, tied for 2nd most in UFC/WEC welterweight history

5
Of those awards were Fight of the Night including Condit’s three consecutive bouts at UFC 154, UFC 158 and UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Kampmann

3.89
Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Condit, tenth best rate among active UFC welterweights

100+
Significant strikes landed by Condit in two separates UFC bouts - against Nick Diaz and Martin Kampmann, only one of six UFC welterweights to accomplish this feat

3
Current ranking of Stipe Miocic as a UFC heavyweight

361
Total strikes landed by Miocic in his most recent fifth round KO/TKO of Mark Hunt, most strikes landed in a single fight in UFC history

535
Significant strikes landed by Miocic inside the Octagon, 5th most in UFC heavyweight history

3
Heavyweights in UFC history have landed 100+ sig. strikes in two UFC fights, which Miocic did against Hunt with 113 and against Roy Nelson with 106 at UFC 161

4.81
Sig. strikes landed per minute rate by Miocic, 5th best rate in UFC heavyweight history (min. 5 fights)

4
UFC heavyweights have scored two knockouts in under a minute each - Miocic, Todd Duffee, Matt Mitrione and Roy Nelson

16
Takedowns by Miocic, 4th most among active UFC heavyweights

4
Current ranking of Andrei Arlovski as a UFC heavyweight

7
Active win streak by The Pit Bull inside the Octagon including his unanimous decision win over Frank Mir at UFC 191, longest active win streak in UFC heavyweight division

14
Wins by Arlovski, 2nd most in UFC heavyweight history behind Frank Mir’s 16

11
Finishes by The Pit Bull, tied for 2nd most in UFC heavyweight history

9
Of those finishes by Arlovski occurred in the first round, 2nd most in modern UFC history (post UFC 28) behind Frank Mir’s 11

10
Knockdowns by Arlovski, 2nd most in UFC heavyweight history behind Junior dos Santos’ 12

9
KO/TKOs by Arlovski, tied for most in UFC heavyweight history with Cain Velasquez

55
UFC event where the then UFC heavyweight champ Arlovski KOed Paul Buentello in 15 seconds, 2nd fastest knockout in UFC heavyweight history behind Todd Duffee’s 7 second finish of Tim Hague at UFC 102

51
UFC event where Arlovski submitted Tim Sylvia in 47 seconds to win the interim UFC heavyweight title

28
UFC event where Arlovski submitted Aaron Brink in 55 seconds, UFC debut

4
Number of fighters since UFC 28 who have scored both a knockout and a submission in under a minute: Arlovski, Joe Lauzon, Tom Lawlor and Ronda Rousey

63.9
Significant striking defense percentage by Arlovski, 3rd best in UFC heavyweight history (min. 5 fights)

87.5%
Takedown defense percentage by Arlovski, best in UFC heavyweight history (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)

8
Current ranking of Stephen Thompson as a UFC welterweight

5
Consecutive wins by “Wonderboy” including his most recent spinning hook kick KO of Jake Ellenberger at The Ultimate Fighter 21 Finale, which earned a Performance of the Night bonus and longest active win streak in UFC welterweight division

7
Knockdowns landed by Thompson inside the Octagon, tied with Matt Brown for sixth most in UFC welterweight history

66
KO/TKO percentage of Wonderboy’s six UFC wins

50.4
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Thompson, 8th best among active UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights and 350 sig. att.)

4.68
Significant strikes per minute rate by Thompson, 5th best rate in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

+1.64
Significant strikes landed per minute differential in favor of Thompson, 6th best in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

78.2
Takedown defense percentage by Thompson stuffing 18 of 23 takedown attempts, 7th best among active UFC welterweights (only Matt Brown at UFC 145 has earned a takedown thus far on Thompson)

12
Current ranking of Neil Magny as a UFC welterweight

8
UFC wins by Magny in only 18 months time including his most recent decision win over Erick Silva at UFC Fight Night: Holloway vs. Oliveira

7
Fight win streak by Magny inside the Octagon from February 2014 to August 2015, one of 26 fighters in UFC history to win at least seven consecutive UFC fights

5
Of those wins by Magny occurred in 2014, tied with Roger Huerta’s 2007 for most UFC wins in a calendar year

524
Significant strikes landed by Magny, 9th most among active UFC welterweights

47.2
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Magny, 10th best among active UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights and 350 att.)

2.17
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)

1.50
Significant strikes absorbed per minute rate by Magny, 3rd best among active UFC welterweights and 10th best in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

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

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