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By the Numbers: LATAM 3 Finale - Dos Anjos vs. Ferguson


2
Current ranking of Rafael Dos Anjos as a UFC lightweight

12
Current ranking of Dos Anjos on the UFC pound-for-pound list

14
Wins by the former UFC lightweight champion inside the Octagon, 4th most wins in UFC lightweight history

3:45:41
Octagon time by Dos Anjos, 5th most in UFC lightweight history

692
Significant strikes landed by Dos Anjos, 7th most in UFC lightweight history

90
Of those significant strikes by Dos Anjos were in his unanimous decision win over Anthony Pettis to claim the UFC lightweight title at UFC 185

1,100
Total strikes landed by Dos Anjos, 6th most in UFC lightweight history

39
Takedowns by Dos Anjos, 5th most in UFC lightweight history

9-2
UFC record by Dos Anjos when he lands at least one takedown

3
Current ranking of Tony Ferguson as a UFC lightweight

8
Fight active win streak by “El Cucuy”, longest active win streak in UFC lightweight division and 4th longest active win streak in the UFC

5
Fight Night bonuses won by Ferguson across his last four UFC fights - 3x Performance of the Night and 2x Fight of the Night

8
Finishes by Ferguson inside the Octagon, tied with Dustin Poirier for 2nd most finishes in the UFC since Ferguson’s debut in 2011

3
D’Arce choke submissions by El Cucuy inside the Octagon, UFC record

4.52
Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Ferguson, 8th best in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights)

+1.43
Significant strike differential rate in favor of Ferguson, tied with Johnny Case for 4th best among active UFC lightweights (min. 5 fights)

2.0
Submission attempts per 15 minutes of fighting average by Ferguson, 6th most among active UFC lightweights (min. 5 fights)

38.5
Submission accuracy percentage by Ferguson inside the Octagon securing five submissions on 13 attempts

13
The Ultimate Fighter season El Cucuy won as a lightweight

10-0
Pro record by Martin Bravo from Team Griffin for The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 3 lightweight finale

5
Submissions by “Toro” as a pro

3
KO/TKOs by Bravo as a pro

50
Percentage of Toro’s pro finishes occurred in the first round

7-1
Pro record by Claudio Puelles from Team Liddell for The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 3 lightweight finale

4
Submissions by “El Nino” as a pro

2
KO/TKOs by Puelles as a pro

20
Years old for Puelles would make El Nino the youngest The Ultimate Fighter winner in the show’s 11+ year history, also first Peruvian born winner in the show’s history

1
The Ultimate Fighter season Diego Sanchez won as a middleweight

5:09:23
Octagon time by “The Nightmare”, 5th most in UFC history

24
UFC fights by Sanchez, tied for 7th most in UFC history

15
UFC wins by Sanchez, tied for 13th most in UFC history

6
Fight of the Night bonuses by The Nightmare, tied for 4th most in UFC history

0
Submission losses by Sanchez across his 35 fight pro career

22-4
Pro record of Octagon debutant Marcin Held

12
Submission wins by “The Polish Prodigy” as a pro

7
Different submission variants by Held including armbar, kneebar, toe hold, heel hook, inverted heel hook, rear naked choke and triangle choke

2011
Year that Held won gold medals in no-gi grappling at the FILA Grappling European Championships and ADCC Submission Wrestling Polish Championships

24
Years old for Held and, a surprising, eight year pro MMA experience

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