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By The Numbers: UFC on FOX 12

Breaking down Saturday’s UFC on FOX 12 card By The Numbers...
Lawler vs. Brown

On Saturday, the Octagon is in San Jose for the welterweight showdown between Robbie Lawler and Matt Brown. But before UFC on FOX 12 begins, let’s take a look at the card By The Numbers.

4
Times the Octagon has traveled to San Jose, California including this Saturday’s UFC on FOX: Lawler vs. Brown card with its main event, the UFC welterweight title eliminator between Robbie Lawler and Matt Brown

7
Knockdowns recorded inside the Octagon for both “Ruthless” Robbie Lawler and Matt “The Immortal” Brown, tied for 5th most in UFC welterweight history

4.03
Strikes landed per minute rate by Lawler, 7th highest in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

4.13
Strikes landed per minute rate for “The Immortal”, 6th highest in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

1
Current ranking for Robbie Lawler as a UFC welterweight

20
Career wins by finish for “Ruthless” Robbie Lawler

19
Of those finishing wins via KO/TKO including 3 in his return to Octagon action at welterweight

173
UFC event where “Ruthless” scored a 3rd round KO/TKO win over Jake “The Juggernaut” Ellenberger

2:1
Significant strikes landed ratio for Lawler against Ellenberger as “Ruthless” outlanded “The Juggernaut” 68 to 29

150
Significant strikes landed by Lawler in his 5 round title war against Johny Hendricks at UFC 172

97
Percentage of those sig. strikes thrown at distance

94
Percentage of those sig. strikes targeting Hendricks’ head

80
Percentage of Hendricks’ takedowns that were successfully stuffed by Lawler at UFC 172

0
Fighters not named Robbie Lawler that have earned a knockdown on Rory “Ares” MacDonald over his 9 fights inside the Octagon

12
KO/TKO wins in the first round for “Ruthless”

2001
Year that “Ruthless” turned pro at 19 years old

2007
Year that Lawler won the EliteXC middleweight title against PRIDE veteran Murilo “Ninja” Rua

594
Significant strikes landed for “The Immortal” inside the Octagon, 7th most in UFC welterweight history

936
Total strikes landed by Brown inside the Octagon, 10th most in UFC welterweight history

59.1
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Brown, best in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 sig. strike att.)

1.82
Strike differential rate for Brown, 3rd best in UFC welterweight history behind Duane Ludwig’s 2.02 and Georges St-Pierre’s 2.39 (min. 5 fights)

5
Current ranking for Matt Brown as a UFC welterweight

7
Fight win streak inside the Octagon for “The Immortal”, longest active streak in the 170 pound division

4
Bonuses in Brown’s last three UFC appearances - Fight of the Night against Jordan Mein, Knockout of the Night against Mike Pyle, and FOTN and Performance of the Night against Erick Silva

12
Wins at welterweight in the UFC for Brown, tied for 5th most in UFC welterweight history behind Jon Fitch’s 13, Josh Koscheck’s 14, UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes’ 16, and former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre’s 19.

10
Wins by finish in the UFC for “The Immortal”, tied for most in 170-pound history with Hughes

9
KO/TKO wins by Brown inside the Octagon - 6 of his last 7 wins by KO/TKO, most in UFC welterweight history

7
Knockdowns in Brown’s UFC career, 4th most at 170 pounds behind Anthony Johnson’s 8, Jake Ellenberger’s 8, St-Pierre’s 8, and Alves’ 12.

22
Submission attempts by “The Immortal”, 3rd most attempts in UFC welterweight history behind St-Pierre’s 23 and Chris Lytle’s 31

5
Current ranking for Anthony “Rumble” Johnson as a UFC light heavyweight

11
KO/TKO finishes for “Rumble” in his 21 fight pro MMA career

100
Percentage of fights Johnson has won since he was released from the UFC following UFC 142

4
KO/TKO wins in the 6 fights that “Rumble” has won outside of the Octagon, which earned him his second shot in the UFC

7
Fight win streak Johnson is enjoying including his UFC return unanimous decision over top 10-ranked Phil Davis

8
Takedown attempts “Rumble” successfully stuffed from 4x NCAA D1 All-American wrestler Phil Davis in their bout at UFC 172

75
Percentage of Johnson’s takedown defense in his first UFC stint

5
First round finishes for Johnson in the UFC’s welterweight division, most in UFC 170-pound history

2
Knockout of the Night bonuses for “Rumble” both via head kick

13
Seconds it took for Johnson to score his UFC debut knockout at UFC Fight Night: Stout vs. Fisher, a fight “Rumble” took on less than 2 weeks’ notice

539
Days between Antonio Rogerio Nogueira’s last UFC appearance and his forthcoming bout with “Rumble”

156
UFC event where “Little Nog” earned a unanimous decision win over currently ranked #3 light heavyweight Rashad Evans, also Johnson’s Blackzilians’ teammate

420
Days between Nogueira’s win over Evans and Nogueira’s previous UFC performance against UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz

140
UFC event where “Little Nog” scored a first round TKO over Ortiz

21
Career wins for Nogueira including 4 in the UFC and 8 in PRIDE

42
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

2007
Year Nogueira was a bronze medal in boxing as a super heavyweight at the Pan American Games representing his native Brazil

116
Seconds it took for “Little Nog” to score a Knockout of the Night bonus against Luiz Cane in Nogueira’s UFC debut

71
Takedown defense percentage for Nogueira in his 6 UFC bouts (stuffing 33 of 46 attempts), 8th highest in UFC light-heavyweight history (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)

80
Takedown defense percentage for Nogueira against Evans at UFC 156

65.1
Significant strike defense percentage by Nogueira, 9th highest in UFC light-heavyweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 opp. att.)

1
KO/TKO loss in Nogueira’s 26 fight pro career, which occurred in February 2007 to Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou at PRIDE 33

20
UFC appearances for Clay “The Carpenter” Guida including his forthcoming scrap with Dennis Bermudez

3
UFC appearances competing at Guida’s new weight - 145 pounds, Guida is 2-1 at featherweight inside the Octagon

4:07:35
Total fight time for “The Carpenter” inside the Octagon, 8th most all-time in UFC history

9
Fight Night bonuses for Guida including his most recent Fight of the Night unanimous decision win over Tatsuya Kawajiri in April

6
Fight of the Night bonuses against Benson Henderson, Diego Sanchez, Nate Diaz, Roger Huerta, Tyson Griffin, and Kawajiri

3
Submission of the Night bonuses: Takanori Gomi, Shannon Gugerty, and Justin James

54
Completed takedowns inside the Octagon for “The Carpenter”, 4th in UFC history

143
Takedown attempts for Guida in the UFC, most takedowns attempted in UFC history

2006
Year which Guida became the first ever Strikeforce lightweight champion by defeating Josh Thomson

7
Current ranking for Guida as a UFC featherweight

12
Current ranking for Dennis “The Menace” Bermudez as a UFC featherweight

14
The Ultimate Fighter season Bermudez was a finalist and lost to Diego Brandao

6
Fight win streak for Bermudez inside the Octagon following his debut

3
Fight Night bonuses for “The Menace” including a Submission of the Night, a Fight of the Night, and a Performance of the Night bonus for his most recent win over Jimy Hettes at UFC 171

5
Knockdowns by Bermudez, tied with Max Holloway for most in UFC featherweight history

588
Total strikes landed by Bermudez, 2nd most in UFC featherweight history

374
Significant strikes landed by Bermudez, 4th most in UFC featherweight history

4.53
Significant strikes landed per minute by “The Menace”, 4th most in UFC featherweight history (min. 5 fights)

25
Takedowns for “The Menace”, most in UFC featherweight history

47.3
Takedown accuracy percentage for Bermudez, 3rd highest in UFC featherweight history (min. 5 fights and 20 takedown att.)

10
Submission attempts for Bermudez, tied with Steven Siler for 2nd most in UFC featherweight history behind Darren Elkins’ 14

91.3
Takedown defense percentage for Bermudez, best in UFC featherweight history with UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo’s 88.9% in second place



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