Fight Night Goiania: By The Numbers

Take a closer look at Fight Night Goiania in this edition of By The Numbers.
Current ranking of Carlos Condit as a UFC welterweight

Finishing rate by “The Natural Born Killer” earning 27 stoppages across his 29 pro victories

KO/TKOs by the final WEC welterweight champion across his pro career

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

Finishes by Condit in UFC/WEC competition, tied for 3rd most with Thiago Alves in UFC/WEC welterweight combined history behind Matt Brown’s 10 and UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes’ 12

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

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 2

Days since Condit’s last UFC bout after suffering a torn ACL against Tyron Woodley at UFC 171

Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Condit in round one in UFC competition

Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Condit in round two in UFC competition

Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Condit in round three in UFC competition

Percentage of Condit’s total significant strikes landed were at distance, 5th largest proportion strikes at distance among active UFC welterweights (min. 350 att.)

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

Leg kicks landed by Condit against Diaz at UFC 143, most leg kicks landed in a UFC bout

Current ranking of Thiago Alves as a UFC welterweight

UFC wins by Pitbull, tied for 4th most in UFC welterweight history

Of those wins were by finishes including Alves’ most recent second round KO/TKO of Jordan Mein at UFC 183, 3rd most in UFC welterweight history

KO/TKOs by Alves inside the Octagon, 2nd most in UFC welterweight history behind Matt Brown’s 9

Knockdowns by Pitbull, most in UFC welterweight history and 6th most in UFC history

UFC fighters have scored 10+ knockdowns inside the Octagon - Alves, Junior dos Santos, Rich Franklin, Melvin Guillard, Anthony Johnson, Chuck Liddell, Lyoto Machida and Anderson Silva

Significant strikes landed by Alves, 4th most in UFC welterweight history

Leg kicks landed by Pitbull, 2nd most in UFC history behind Donald Cerrone’s 250

Leg kicks landed by Alves at UFC on FOX: Werdum vs. Browne, 2nd most landed in a three round UFC fight behind Benson Henderson’s 52 at UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Siver

Days between Nik Lentz and Charles Oliveira’s first Fight of the Night earning scrap at UFC Live: Kongo vs. Barry at lightweight and their upcoming rematch this Saturday at featherweight

Current ranking of Nik Lentz as a UFC featherweight

Takedowns by “The Carny” at 145 pounds, tied for 2nd most with Jimy Hettes in UFC featherweight history behind Dennis Bermudez’s 28

Takedowns by Lentz at 155 pounds

Takedowns earned by Lentz in two different weight classes in the UFC, only Demian Maia and UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture have accomplished this feat as well

Takedowns per 15 minutes rate by The Carny at featherweight, 2nd best rate in UFC featherweight history behind Jimy Hettes’ 5.2 (min. 5 fights)

Takedowns landed by Lentz against Diego Nunes at UFC on FX: Belfort vs. Bisping, 2nd most in UFC/WEC featherweight history behind Hettes’ 11 at UFC 141

Percentage of Lentz’s 13 UFC opponents he has taken down at least once

Current ranking of Charles Oliveira as a UFC featherweight

Submission wins by “do Bronx”, no fighter has earned more submission wins inside the Octagon since Oliveira’s debut on August 1st, 2010

Of those submissions by Oliveira were at featherweight, most in UFC featherweight history

Percentage of Oliveira’s first six UFC wins were by submission, only fighter in modern UFC history (post UFC 28) to earn their first six wins by submission

Submission attempts per 15 minutes rate by Oliveira, best rate in UFC/WEC featherweight history (min. 5 fights)

Anaconda chokes have finished fights in UFC history including Oliveira's of Hatsu Hioki at UFC Fight Night: Te Huna vs. Marquardt

Calf slicer submission in UFC history by do Bronx against Eric Wisely at UFC on FOX: Evans vs. Davis

Seconds it took for Oliveira to armbar Darren Elkins at UFC Live: Jones vs. Matyushenko, 5th fastest submission in UFC lightweight history

Seconds it took for Oliveira to tap Wisely with the calf-slicer at UFC on FOX: Evans vs. Davis, 5th fastest submission in UFC featherweight history

UFC fighters have earned top 5 fastest submissions in two different weight classes: Oliveira and Rousimar Palhares

Sunday, October 29
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Darren Till spoke backstage about his mammoth victory against Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in Gdansk on UFC FIGHT PASS. Till also spoke about calling out Mike Perry and their interaction near the Octagon.
Oct 21, 2017
Mike "Platinum" Perry was in attendance for Darren Till's first-round finish of Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in Gdansk. Till called Perry out after the win and the two exchanged words. Perry spoke about it with John Gooden and Dan Hardy on the broadcast.
Oct 21, 2017
Darren Till steamrolled Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in the main event of Fight Night Gdansk, finishing the popular veteran by TKO in the first round. He spoke about the win and had words with fellow welterweight Mike Perry, who was in attendance.
Oct 21, 2017
Karolina Kowalkiewicz spoke inside the Octagon to UFC commentator John Gooden about her win at Fight Night Gdansk over Jodie Esquibel in the co-main event on UFC FIGHT PASS.
Oct 21, 2017