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By The Numbers: Fight Night Brisbane

9
Current ranking of Mark Hunt as a UFC heavyweight

5
KO/TKOs by the “Super Samoan” inside the Octagon, including his most recent first round knockout of Antonio Silva at UFC 193

7
Knockdowns by Hunt, tied for 5th most among active UFC heavyweights

339
Significant strikes landed by Hunt, 8th most among active UFC heavyweights

86.4
Percentage of Hunt’s sig. strikes landed have targeted his opponent’s head, largest proportion of head strikes in UFC heavyweight history (min. 5fights and 350 sig. att.)

73.8
Takedown defense percentage by Hunt, 3rd best among active UFC heavyweights (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)
 


5
Post-fight awards by Hunt - 2x FOTN, 2x KOTN, 1x POTN, tied for 2nd most in UFC heavyweight history behind Travis Browne and Roy Nelson’s 6

10
Current ranking of Frank Mir as a UFC heavyweight

16
Wins by the former UFC heavyweight champion inside the Octagon, most in UFC heavyweight history

13
Finishes by Mir, tied with Matt Hughes for 2nd most in UFC history

5:52
Average fight time by Mir, 3rd shortest among active UFC heavyweights (min. 5 fights)

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Submissions by Mir inside the Octagon, tied for 3rd most in UFC history behind Nate Diaz’s 9 and Royce Gracie’s 11

21
Submission attempts by Mir, most in UFC heavyweight history

46
Seconds it took Mir to secure submission wins of Pete Williams at UFC 36 and “Tank” Abbott at UFC 41, fastest submission win(s) in UFC heavyweight history

50
Seconds it took Mir to secure an armbar of Tim Sylvia at UFC 48 to win the UFC heavyweight belt, 4th fastest submission in UFC heavyweight history

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Knockdowns by Mir, tied for 3rd most in UFC heavyweight history

21
Takedowns by Mir, tied for 5th most in UFC heavyweight history

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Current ranking of Hector Lombard as a UFC welterweight

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Days between Lombard’s previous Octagon appearance against Josh Burkman at UFC 182 and his upcoming bout against Neil Magny in Brisbane, Australia

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KO/TKOs by Lombard in his pro career including his first round knockout of Nate Marquardt at UFC 166

3
Knockdowns by Lombard inside the Octagon including two against Rousimar Palhares at UFC on FX: Sotiropoulos vs. Pearson

4
Submissions by Lombard in his pro career

60
Takedown accuracy percentage by Lombard inside the Octagon, UFC average is 39.5%

2000
Year that Lombard was a member of the Cuban Olympic judo team

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Current ranking of Neil Magny as a UFC welterweight

10
UFC wins by Magny, tied with Donald Cerrone for most UFC wins since 2013

4-1
UFC record by Magny in 2015 including his short notice decision win over Kelvin Gastelum in the main event at The Ultimate Fighter Latin America 2 Finale, awarded Fight of the Night bonus

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

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UFC fighter has fought five times in back-to-back calendar years - Magny

578
Significant strikes landed by Magny, 9th most among active UFC welterweights

1.83
Significant strike differential per minute in favor of Magny, best among active UFC welterweights and 3rd best in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

1.69
Significant strikes absorbed per minute rate by Magny, 6th best among active UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights)

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

33
Takedowns by Magny, 4th most among active UFC welterweights

49.3
Takedown accuracy percentage by Magny, 9th best among active UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights and 20 att.)

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