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UFC 192: By The Numbers

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UFC event where Daniel Cormier won the UFC light-heavyweight title by securing a rear naked choke on Anthony “Rumble” Johnson in the third round

Current ranking of Cormier on UFC’s pound-for-pound list

Wins/finishes by Cormier as a UFC light-heavyweight

Career significant strikes landed per minute rate by Cormier across his pro career, UFC average is 2.83

Percentage of Cormier’s 282 significant strikes landed in the UFC were in the clinch or on the ground, 3rd largest proportion among active UFC fighters at light-heavyweight or heavyweight

Fighters have won 10 or more consecutive fights in UFC/PRIDE/WEC/Strikeforce history - Cormier is one of them

Career significant strikes absorbed per minute rate by Cormier, UFC average is 2.83

Career takedowns by Cormier - 10 takedowns landed in his last 5 fights

Takedown defense percentage by Cormier across his career, UFC average is 60.55%

Seconds is the total time Cormier has been controlled on the ground across 1:22:51 of Octagon fight time

Current ranking of Alexander Gustafsson as a UFC light-heavyweight

Finishes by “The Mauler” inside the Octagon, tied for 3rd most in UFC light-heavyweight history behind Chuck Liddell and Jon Jones’ 9

KO/TKOs by Gustafsson in the UFC with 3 of those coming via punches

Percentage of Gustafsson’s 374 sig. strikes landed were at distance, 2nd largest proportion among active UFC light-heavyweights (min. 250 attempts)

Significant strikes landed per minute rate by The Mauler, 4th best rate among active UFC light-heavyweights

Significant strikes landed by Gustafsson against Jon Jones at UFC 165, 3rd most landed in a UFC light-heavyweight title fight

Takedown defense percentage by Gustafsson, 3rd best in UFC light-heavyweight history (min. 5 fights and 20 opp. att.)

2004, 2008
Years that Cormier was the captain of the US Olympic freestyle wrestling team

Current ranking of Johny Hendricks as a UFC welterweight

Current ranking of “Bigg Rigg” on UFC’s pound-for-pound rankings

KO/TKOs by Hendricks in under a minute each inside the Octagon, one of only four UFC fighters to ever earn three or more knockouts in under a minute each

Seconds it took for Hendricks to score a knockout of Jon Fitch at UFC 141, 2nd fastest knockout in UFC welterweight history behind Duane Ludwig's 6 seconds of Jonathan Goulet

Significant strikes landed by Hendricks at UFC 171, 5th most sig. strikes landed in a UFC welterweight fight

Takedowns landed by Hendricks, 2nd most in UFC welterweight history behind Georges St-Pierre’s 87

Takedowns landed by Hendricks against Matt Brown at UFC 185 towards Bigg Rigg’s unanimous decision win

Takedowns per 15 minutes rate by Hendricks, 4th best takedown rate in UFC welterweight history (min. 5 fights)

Times Hendricks received All-American honors as an NCAA Division I wrestler for Oklahoma State University

2005, 2006
Years that Bigg Rigg was the NCAA Division I National Champion in wrestling

Year that Johny Hendricks and Tyron Woodley faced each other in a Big 12 conference wrestling tournament, which ended in controversial fashion with Hendricks winning by a ‘penalty point’

Current ranking of Tyron Woodley as a UFC welterweight

Knockdowns landed by “The Chosen One” inside the Octagon and 0 times he’s been knocked down

Knockdowns per 15 minutes rate by Woodley, 3rd best knockdown rate among active UFC welterweights (min. 5 fights)

KO/TKOs by Woodley in the UFC with three of those occurring in the first round

Significant striking defense percentage by Woodley, 2nd best among active UFC welterweights behind Kelvin Gastelum’s 71.6% (min. 5fights and 350 opp att.)

Takedown defense percentage by Woodley, 2nd best takedown defense in UFC history behind Renan Barao’s 100%

2003, 2005
Years that Woodley earned All-American honors as an NCAA Division I wrestler for the University of Missouri