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Current ranking of Demian Maia as a UFC welterweight

Fight active win streak by Maia, 2nd longest active win streak in UFC welterweight division behind Stephen Thompson’s 7

Wins/submissions by Maia to start off his UFC career as a middleweight from UFC 77 in 2007 to UFC 95 in 2009

UFC wins by Maia, 3rd most in UFC history behind Donald Cerrone and Matt Hughes’ 18 and Michael Bisping and Georges St-Pierre’s 19

Submissions by Maia inside the Octagon, tied 3rd most in UFC history behind Nate Diaz’s 9 and Royce Gracie’s 10

Percentage of time Maia has controlled his UFC welterweight opponents on the ground, 4th largest proportion of ground control time in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

Takedown attempts by Maia, tied for 8th most in UFC history

Submission attempts by Maia, tied for 7th most in UFC history
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Significant strikes absorbed per minute rate by Maia, 5th best in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

Current ranking of Carlos Condit as a UFC welterweight

Finishes by “The Natural Born Killer” in UFC/WEC competition, tied for 3rd most in UFC/WEC welterweight history behind Matt Brown’s 11 and Matt Hughes’ 12

Career finishing rate percentage by Condit with 28 finishes across his 30 wins

Post-fight awards by Condit in UFC/WEC competition, tied with Chris Lytle for most in UFC/WEC welterweight history

Fight of the Night awards by The Natural Born Killer including his most recent split-decision loss to Robbie Lawler at UFC 195 for the UFC welterweight title

UFC event where Condit won the interim UFC welterweight title via unanimous decision over Nick Diaz

Significant strikes landed by Condit against Lawler at UFC 195, 2nd most significant strikes landed in a UFC welterweight bout behind Nick Diaz’s 178 at UFC 137

UFC welterweights have landed 100+ significant strikes on three or more occasions - Condit, Chris Lytle and Georges St-Pierre

Submission attempts by Condit in UFC/WEC competition, 5th most in UFC/WEC history

Career submission wins by the final WEC welterweight champion Condit including four subs in WEC competition

Current ranking of Charles Oliveira as a UFC featherweight

Submissions by “do Bronx” inside the Octagon including his most recent guillotine choke of Myles Jury in December, tied for 3rd most submissions in UFC history

UFC fighters have earned more submission wins than Oliveira since his Octagon debut on August 1st, 2010

Different techniques have been used by Oliveira to earn these submissions - armbar, rear naked choke, calf slicer, guillotine choke, triangle choke and anaconda choke

Calf slicer submission win in UFC history, which belongs to Oliveira’s use of it against Eric Wisely at UFC on FOX: Evans vs. Davis

Submissions by do Bronx as a featherweight, tied with Urijah Faber for most submissions in UFC/WEC featherweight history

Submission attempts by Oliveira as a UFC featherweight, 2nd most in UFC featherweight history

Submission attempts per 15 minutes of fighting by do Bronx, 2nd best rate in UFC featherweight history (min. 5 fights)

Significant striking accuracy percentage by Oliveira, 3rd best in UFC featherweight history behind Nik Lentz’s 52.7% and Jimy Hettes’ 57.3% (min. 5 fights and 350 att.)

Current ranking of Anthony Pettis as a UFC lightweight

Pounds aka featherweight is the division that “Showtime” will be making his UFC debut in against do Bronx

Finishing rate percentage by the final WEC lightweight champ and former UFC lightweight champ in UFC/WEC competition - 5 subs and 3 KO/TKOs

UFC event where Showtime submitted Benson Henderson at 4:41 in the first round to claim the UFC lightweight belt

UFC event where then UFC lightweight champion Pettis submitted Gilbert Melendez by guillotine choke in the second round, first fighter to ever finish Melendez

Submission wins by Pettis from bottom position in UFC/WEC, tied for 2nd most with Frank Mir for most submission wins from bottom in UFC/WEC history behind Nate Diaz’s 5

Seconds it took for Pettis to score a head kick KO of Danny Castillo at WEC 47 earning Knockout of the Night

Seconds it took for Pettis to score a head kick KO of Joe Lauzon at UFC 144 earning Knockout of the Night

Seconds it took for Pettis to score a body kick KO of Donald Cerrone at UFC on FOX: Johnson vs. Dodson earning Knockout of the Night

Post-fight bonuses by Showtime in UFC/WEC - 3x Knockout of the Night, 2x Submission of the Night, 1x Fight of the Night and 1x Performance of the Night