By The Numbers: UFN Atlantic City

Breaking down Wednesday’s UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Miller card By The Numbers...

Number of Octagon events hosted in Atlantic City, New Jersey including this Wednesday’s UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Miller

Current ranking for Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone as a UFC lightweight

Current ranking for New Jersey’s own Jim Miller as a UFC lightweight

Times Cerrone has headlined a card and/or been scheduled for a 5 round fight in the UFC prior to this forthcoming main event

Times Miller has headlined a card and/or been scheduled for a 5 round fight in the UFC prior to this forthcoming main event - UFC on FX: Guillard vs. Miller and UFC on FOX: Diaz vs. Miller

Finishes for Cerrone in combined UFC/WEC competition, tied with Nate Diaz for the most ever at 155 pounds

Post-fight bonuses in combined UFC/WEC competition for “Cowboy”, most in UFC/WEC combined history (8x Fight of the Night, 3x Knockout of the Night, 2x Submission of the Night, 1x Performance of the Night)

Fighter in UFC history has won all 4 types of Fight Night bonus - “Cowboy” Cerrone

Consecutive wins/Fight Night bonuses for Cerrone inside the Octagon - against Evan Dunham, Adriano Martins, and Edson Barboza

Significant strikes per minute for “Cowboy”, 3rd highest rate in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 sig. att.)

Percentage for Cerrone’s striking accuracy, 4th highest in UFC lightweight division

Leg kicks landed inside the Octagon for Cerrone, 2nd in UFC lightweight division behind Sam Stout’s 212

Leg kicks landed by Cerrone against Vagner Rocha at UFC 131, 2nd most ever landed in a 3 round fight behind Thiago Alves’ 52 landed against Seth Baczynski at UFC on FOX: Werdum vs. Browne

Takedown defense percentage for Cerrone (stuffing 21 of 24 takedown attempts), 2nd highest in UFC lightweight history behind Gleison Tibau’s 91.8% (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)

Average fight length for “Cowboy” in the UFC

Average fight length for Jim Miller in the UFC

Wins for Miller inside the Octagon, tied for most in UFC lightweight history with Gleison Tibau

Finishes for Miller in the UFC, tied for 3rd most in UFC lightweight history behind Joe Lauzon and BJ Penn’s 9

Fight UFC win streak for Miller between 2009 to 2011, tied for 2nd longest win streak ever by a UFC lightweight behind Gray Maynard’s 8

UFC Fight Night bonuses for Miller (3x FOTN and 3x SOTN)

Submission attempts by Miller inside the Octagon (18 chokes, 5 arm locks, and 8 leg locks), tied for the most ever in UFC history with Chris Lytle

Submission wins for Miller in the UFC including back-to-back sub stoppages in Miller’s most recent Octagon outings, 4th most in UFC lightweight history behind Joe Lauzon, Nate Diaz, and Kenny Florian’s 7

Percentage of Miller’s UFC submission wins happening in the first round, most in UFC lightweight history

Percentage of Miller’s 17 UFC appearances where he’s attempted at least one submission

Takedowns completed for Miller inside the Octagon

Takedowns completed by Miller against Mac Danzig at UFC 100, career high for Miller

Year that Miller was awarded his Brazilian jiu-jitsu blackbelt from Jamie Cruz

Approximate number of miles between Atlantic City and where Miller trains at AMA Fight Club in Whippany, NJ

Current ranking of co-main eventer Edson Barboza as a UFC lightweight

Knockdowns by Barboza in the UFC, tied for 4th most in UFC lightweight division behind Yves Edwards and Michael Johnson’s 8, and Melvin Guillard’s 13

Knockouts via kicks for Barboza inside the Octagon, only Vitor Belfort and Barboza have accomplished this feat with their feet in the UFC

Knockouts via leg kicks by Barboza - against Rafaello Oliveira at UFC 162 and Mike Lullo at UFC 123 -  making him the only fighter to ever score 2 or more leg kick knockouts inside the Octagon

Percentage of Barboza’s significant strikes to his opponents’ legs, 5th largest proportion of leg strikes among active UFC fighters

Takedown defense percentage for Barboza in the UFC, 6th highest rate in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 bouts and 20 opp. att.)

Significant strikes landed by Barboza inside the Octagon

Sig. strikes landed by Barboza’s opponent Evan Dunham in the UFC, 3rd most in UFC lightweight history behind Frankie Edgar’s 767 and Sam Stout’s 965

Significant strikes landed per minute of fighting for Dunham, second highest rate in UFC lightweight history behind TJ Grant’s 6.83 (min. 5 bouts)

Takedown defense percentage for Dunham, 6th best in UFC lightweight history

Number of times Gleison Tibau will have competed inside the Octagon when he takes on Pat Healy at this event, which will give Tibau the most lightweight fights in UFC history

Seconds for Alex White to win his UFC debut by knockout over Estevan Payan at UFC on FOX: Werdum vs. Browne, which earned a Performance of the Night bonus - White will put his undefeated record on the line against the 14-1 Lucas Martins

Pounds aka the UFC women’s strawweight division will hold it’s first ever bout inside the Octagon as Claudia Gadelha (11-0) collides with Tina Lahdemaki (5-0)

Thursday, December 10
Las Vegas, NV


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