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Fight Night Seoul: By The Numbers

Take a closer look at UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs. Masvidal in this edition of By The Numbers.

7
Current ranking for former UFC lightweight champion “Smooth” Benson Henderson as a UFC lightweight
 
170
Pounds’ division that Henderson successfully moved up to with a fourth round rear naked choke over Brandon Thatch in February, which earned a Fight of the Night bonus
 
10
Career submission wins by Henderson
 
7
Consecutive wins to kick off Henderson’s UFC career, 2nd longest streak in division history behind Gray Maynard’s 8
 
144
UFC event where Smooth won the UFC lightweight title from Frankie Edgar
 
3:28:28
Total Octagon time for Henderson across 11 fights at 155 pounds including 8 decision wins, 6th most in UFC lightweight history
 
+1.53
Significant strike differential per minute by Henderson, 4th best in UFC lightweight history
 
683-364
Significant strikes landed by Henderson in the UFC versus sig. strikes absorbed
 
1.75
Significant strikes per minute absorbed by Henderson, 10th best rate in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights)
 
26
Takedowns by Smooth as a UFC lightweight
 
24
Of those takedowns Henderson started from within the clinch
 
54.2
Takedown accuracy percentage for Henderson, 6th best in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights and 20 att.)
 
11
Career KO/TKOs by Jorge Masivdal including his most recent UFC welterweight debut KO of Cezar Ferreira in July, which earned a Performance of the Night bonus
 
52
Significant striking accuracy percentage by “Gamebred” against Ferreira at welterweight, UFC average is 42%
 
6-2
UFC record by Masvidal as a UFC lightweight
 
49.4
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Gambred as a UFC lightweight, 2nd best among active UFC lightweights and 6th best in UFC lightweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 sig. att.)
 
1.21
Significant strikes landed differential in favor of Masvidal as a UFC lightweight, 4th best among active UFC lightweights (min. 5 fights)
 
13
Fighters in UFC history have recorded a submission win via D’Arce choke including Masvidal’s use of it against Michael Chiesa at UFC on FOX: Johnson vs. Moraga
 
83
Takedown defense percentage by Gamebred as a UFC lightweight, 8th best among active UFC lightweights (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)
 
7
Current ranking of Dong Hyun Kim as a UFC welterweight
 
187
UFC event where the “Stun Gun” secured his first UFC submission win against Josh Burkman via arm-triangle choke
 
52.2
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Kim, 6th best in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 sig. att.)
 
939
Total strikes landed by Stun Gun inside the Octagon, 9th most among UFC welterweights
 
1.67
Significant strikes absorbed per minute rate by Kim, 6th best among UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights)
 
33
Takedowns by Stun Gun, 9th most in UFC welterweight history and 3rd most among active UFC welterweights
 
44
Takedown accuracy percentage by Kim, 10th best among active UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)
 
82.1
Takedown defense percentage by Stun Gun, 8th best in UFC welterweight history and 5th best among active UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)
 
8
Submission attempts by Kim, tied for 9th with Roan Carneiro for most among active UFC welterweights
 
9-3
Pro record by Dominic “Sho Nuff” Waters
 
5
Career finishes by Waters (3 KO/TKOs, 2 subs)
 
14
Days notice on which Waters is taking this bout with Kim
 
16
The Ultimate Fighter season Waters was a member of Team Nelson and was “Big Country’s” first pick
 
79
Inch reach by Waters, which will be a 3 inch reach advantage over Kim
 
32
Seconds it took for Waters to score a KO of Kevin Nowaczyk to stamp his ticket into the TUF 16 house