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UFC 182: By The Numbers

Take a deeper look at UFC 182 with this edition of By The Numbers! Check out the By The Numbers Infographic!
1
Current number of UFC light-heavyweight champ Jon Jones in the pound-for-pound rankings

128
UFC event where “Bones” Jones won the UFC light-heavyweight strap from Mauricio “Shogun” Rua via third round TKO

23
Years and 242 days old was Jones when he won the title, youngest fighter to win a UFC belt

7
Successful title defenses by Jones, most in UFC light-heavyweight history

5
Finishes in those title fight by Jones, tied for 3rd most in UFC history behind former UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes’ 8 and former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva’s 9

1386
Days long Jones’ title reign will be entering his bout with Daniel Cormier at UFC 182, longest reign in UFC light-heavyweight history

14
Wins by Bones inside the Octagon, most wins in UFC light-heavyweight history (post UFC 28)

11
UFC win streak by Jones, longest active streak in the UFC and tied with Royce Gracie for 3rd longest in UFC history behind Georges St-Pierre’s 12 and Anderson Silva’s 16

9
Finishes by Bones inside the Octagon, tied with UFC Hall of Famer Chuck Liddell for most finishes in UFC light-heavyweight history

824
Significant strikes landed by Jones, most in UFC light-heavyweight history

100+
Significant strikes landed by Jones in three different bouts, only UFC light-heavyweight to do so

138-53
Significant strikes landed to absorbed by Jones against Glover Teixeira at UFC 172 en route to a 5 rounds to none unanimous decision on all three judges’ scorecards

54.9
Significant striking accuracy by Jones, 4th best in UFC light-heavyweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 att.)

50.9
Takedown accuracy by Bones, best among active UFC light-heavyweights and 2nd best in UFC light-heavyweight history behind Lyoto Machida’s 65% (min. 5 fights and 20 att.)

96.6
Takedown defense percentage by Jones, best in UFC light-heavyweight history and 2nd best in UFC history behind Renan Barao’s 100% (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)

2
Current ranking of Daniel Cormier as a UFC light-heavyweight

15
Wins and 0 losses in Cormier’s pro MMA career

12
Consecutive wins by Cormier in UFC and Strikeforce combined, tied for 3rd longest winning streak in the combined history of UFC/Strikeforce/WEC/PRIDE behind UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo’s 15 fights and Anderson Silva’s 16 fights

+2.78
Significant strike differential per minute in favor of Cormier, 3rd best in UFC/Strikeforce history at light-heavyweight and heavyweight combined

201-55
Significant strikes landed to absorbed by Cormier against his 4 opponents inside the OCtagon

50-6
Significant strikes landed to absorbed by Cormier against Dan Henderson at UFC 173

13:53
Time of Cormier’s rear naked choke of Dan Henderson, 2nd latest submission in a three-round UFC light heavyweight bout behind Forrest Griffin’s 14:45 at UFC 76

18
Takedowns landed by Cormier in UFC and Strikeforce competition

0
Successful takedowns attempts against Cormier, stuffing all 11 attempts

2004, 2008
Years that Cormier was the captain of the US Olympic freestyle wrestling team

4
Current ranking of Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone as a UFC lightweight

3
Finishes/bonuses by Cerrone in 2014 inside the Octagon against Adriano Martins, Edson Barboza and Jim Miller

12
Finishes by Cerrone in UFC/WEC competition, most in combined UFC/WEC lightweight history

15
Post fight bonuses by Cowboy in UFC/WEC competition, most of any fighter in the combined UFC/WEC history

12
Wins by Cerrone inside the Octagon, tied for 3rd most in UFC lightweight history

8
Knockdowns by Cerrone in the UFC, tied for 2nd most in UFC lightweight history behind Melvin Guillard’s 12

655
Significant strikes landed by Cerrone, 4th most in UFC lightweight history

50.5
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Cowboy, 4th best in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 sig. att.)

4.91
Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Cerrone, 4th best rate in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights)

88.6
Takedown defense percentage by Cerrone, 2nd best in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.) behind Gleison Tibau’s 92.2%

8
Current ranking of Myles “The Fury”Jury as a UFC lightweight

15
Wins and 0 losses by Jury as a pro

11
Finishes in the first round by The Fury in his pro career (6 KO/TKOs, 5 sub) including his most recent win over Takanori Gomi at UFC Fight Night: Hunt vs. Nelson

92
Seconds it took for Jury to score a TKO over “The Fireball Kid” Gomi

6
Wins by Jury inside the Octagon, tied with Khabib Nurmagomedov for longest active winning streak in the UFC lightweight division

+1.45
Significant strike differential per minute in favor of The Fury, 6th best among active UFC lightweights (min. 5 fights)

76
Significant striking defense percentage by Jury, UFC average of 58%

1.22
Significant strikes absorbed per minute rate by Jury, best in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights)

66.7
Takedown accuracy percentage by Jury, scoring on 12 of his 18 takedown attempts

38.1
Percentage of Jury’s total Octagon fight time he’s controlled his opponent, 4th largest proportion of control time in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights)

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