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UFC Records On The Verge Of Being Shaken Up

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To commemorate Mighty Mouse record breaking 11th title defence I thought id take a looks at some of the other UFC records that are on the verge of being surpassed.

 

 

Most Bouts

 

Current Record Holder: Michael Bisping with 27 bouts.

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Jeremy Stephens/Jim Miller/Diego Sanchez with 26 bouts. The only one with a fight currently booked is Jim Miller so he will if only for a week share the record with Bisping.

 

Jeremy Stephens would be my bet to be the one to beat the record though.

 

 

Most Finishes

 

Current Record Holder: Anderson Silva/Vitor Belfort with 14 finishes each.

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Donald Cerrone on 13. A finish for Cerrone in Gdansk in two weeks time would mean he would equal the record for most finishes ever.

 

 

Most Submissions

 

Current Record Holder: Royce Gracie with 10 submissions.

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Nate Diaz/Charles Oliveira/Demian all on 9. All these guys just need one more submission win to tie Royce for most ever. While all three of them will likely beat the record Maia again would be the favourite to do so.

 

He is the best grappler of the bunch and the only one with a fight booked.

 

 

Most Knockouts

 

Current Record Holder: Vitor Belfort with 12 knockouts.

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Anthony Johnson with 11 knockouts. This is one that might have stayed safe if Johnson did recently hint at returning from retirement. It would be hard to picture him not getting a couple more knockouts if he returns.

 

 

Most Knockdowns

 

Current Record Holder: Anderson Silva 18 knockdowns.

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Donald Cerrone 14 knockdowns. Its not a stretch to say that Donald lands at least five more knockdown shots in his career.  

 

 

Most Wins

 

Current Record Holder: Michael Bisping with 20 wins.

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Demian Maia/Donald Cerrone/George St-Pierre all three guys are already on 19 wins and Cerrone is headlining the very next card while Maia is featured on the one after that.

 

Both Cerrone & Maia are the favourites in those fights.

 

 

Most Takedowns (All Together)

 

Current Record Holder: George St-Pierre 87 takedowns.

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Frankie Edgar 67 takedowns Demetrious Johnson 65 takedowns. Frankie and Mighty Mouse have plenty of chances to beat this record. Especially when you think Johnson has landed 14 takedowns in one fight before.

 

 

Most Decision Bouts

 

Current Record Holder: Diego Sanchez with 18.

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Jeremy Stephens with 16. Frankie Edgar with 15. This one is not as sure for Stephens since his power tends to create finishes so another three decision bout aren't guaranteed. Edgar is more likely since the bulk of his career wins are decisions.

 

 

Most Unanimous Decision Wins

 

Current Record Holder: George St-Pierre with 10.

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Frankie Edgar with 9. Edgar has never been known for his crazy power or speed but his grinding style lends itself well to decision wins, so I would guess that he picks up a few more of them before he calls it a day.

 

 

Most Significant Strikes Landed

 

Current Record Holder: Michael Bisping 1533 significant strikes landed

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Frankie Edgar 1378 significant strikes landed. A difference of just 155 strikes between them you have to think Frankie will have another 3 or 4 fights to make up the difference.

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it's Disgusting how many of these "records" Spits holds lol

 

However much distain I have for him I always have to give him one thing lol he was always very active (up until winning the belt)

 

I would be surprised if he still has any of those records in 2 years time.

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However much distain I have for him I always have to give him one thing lol he was always very active (up until winning the belt)

 

I would be surprised if he still has any of those records in 2 years time.

agreed. Pillow boxers have longevity

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Chad Mendes disagrees lol

lol, everyone knows he was still ko'd from the Conor fight, m8

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Lol.

That should count as one of Conor's significant strikes!

lol

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Frankie Edgar has thrown 0 significant strikes his entire career. These numbers are dodgy.

I'd say he's 6/1 on Bisping in that category

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Interestingly enough The Natural holds two records which I would be surprised if they are ever broke.

 

Most Title Reigns: 5

 

Oldest Champion Ever: 45 years, 147 days

 

 

The only way I see someone maybe beating Randy's title reigns record is once they add a few more weight classes like the new 165, 175, 195 and 225 classes.

 

His oldest champion is something that surely nobody will never even come close to beating since guys are getting better all the time.

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Oh, there will be a finish in the Cerrone/Till fight, but it'll be Donald going to sleep.

 

Hey if Cerrone drops Till five times first then he's still in the history books lol everybody's winner.

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However much distain I have for him I always have to give him one thing lol he was always very active (up until winning the belt)

 

I would be surprised if he still has any of those records in 2 years time.

he might still be fighting in 2 years time

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he might still be fighting in 2 years time

 

I highly doubt that lol.

 

He has said he's probably retiring after this even if he does stay on I only see him having one more.

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Mike Perry will have 75 knockdowns by the time he retires

multiple knockdowns is implying that guys will get back up and get knocked down again repeatedly

 

when mike perry hits you, you stay the **** down

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I hope MM ends up with the majority of them :P

There has been plenty of Mighty Mouse hate to go around, but one thing I noticed in looking at numbers this week: at the age Demitrious broke Anderson's record for consecutive title defenses (31 years, two months of age with a 15-1-1 UFC record) Silva had not even debuted in the UFC, and boasted a 17-4 pro MMA record.

 

Very impressive stuff in comparison.

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it's Disgusting how many of these "records" Spits holds lol

 

one more month and he will be the first person to lose via Knockout to Georges "Rush" St. Pierre.

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one more month and he will be the first person to lose via Knockout to Georges "Rush" St. Pierre.

do you even Matt Hughes bro?

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do you even Matt Hughes bro?

 

 

hughes was down but not totally out. fight was ruled a tko

 

bispings gonna get ktfo'd

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Interestingly enough The Natural holds two records which I would be surprised if they are ever broke.

 

Most Title Reigns: 5

 

Oldest Champion Ever: 45 years, 147 days

 

 

The only way I see someone maybe beating Randy's title reigns record is once they add a few more weight classes like the new 165, 175, 195 and 225 classes.

 

His oldest champion is something that surely nobody will never even come close to beating since guys are getting better all the time.

I would also like to add, not only the first duel weight champion fighter, but is currently the only one in UFC history to defend BOTH belts he held.

 

Doesn't he also have the most total Heavyweight title defenses? The record for defenses in a row is only 2 but Randy had 1 more later on in a future HW title reign. So he has a total of 3 defenses at HW.

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I would also like to add, not only the first duel weight champion fighter, but is currently the only one in UFC history to defend BOTH belts he held.

 

Doesn't he also have the most total Heavyweight title defenses? The record for defenses in a row is only 2 but Randy had 1 more later on in a future HW title reign. So he has a total of 3 defenses at HW.

 

Yeah only one to defend although I tend to feel sorry for BJ. I believe he would have managed a defence around the time he won it against Hughes but something must have happened contractually since he left the ufc after winning it.

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Lol.

That should count as one of Conor's significant strikes!

 

 

removing pictures off the internet because of ufc copyrights?

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Most # of Boring Bouts

 

Current Record Holder: Demetrius Johnson with 29 bouts. Only good fight was when he was destroyed by the Dm8r

 

Contenders To Succeed Him: Tyron Woodley with 22 bouts.

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Cabage boy already holds the record for most chokes in meaningful fights.

 

Royce was making HW's tap, if anyone passes him it should be considered an interim record.

 

Frankie and Grease are both in the exact same categories, most crotch sniffing and most beta wins. How do they have any fans?

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Bubba I told you if Bisping diggles Grease I'd never say another word but this Frankie hate won't stand

smh.

Please remember the clit's formal position on wee pillow-fisted Frankie.

Thank you.

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Well Cerrone missed out on this chance to equal the record in most wins, knockdown and finishes.

 

Maia has his chance next week to equal the wins and submissions record. Miller will temporarily tie Bisping on most bouts.

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From the Weekend

 

  • Demian Maia comes up short in his quest to equal the record in submissions and wins.

 

  • Jim Miller will spend this week as the joint holder of the most UFC fights ever with Bisping. Who knows how many more chances Jim will have since he's dropped three in a row.

 

 

Upcoming

 

UFC 217

 

 

  • Michael Bisping will extend his own appearances record to 28 this weekend. He will also be looking to extend his record for most wins and most significant strikes landed.

 

  • GSP will be looking to extend his record of most takedowns landed and most unanimous decision wins. If he wins he will also tie Bisping with 20 wins and be chasing his record for most significant strikes landed.

 

  • Upon further examination Joanna could go close to equalling the record for most significant strikes landed currently sitting just outside the top 5 with 1055. However Joanna has managed 171, 176 and 225 significant strikes in her last three fights so she could get close.

 

 

 

UFC FN Poirier vs. Pettis

 

  • Diego Sanchez will move to tied second with Jim Miller for most bouts. Sanchez has traded wins and loses since 2014 so I doubt he gets a chance to beat Bisping's record.

 

  • Joe Lauzon has a chance to shake Nate Diaz and clam the top spot in terms of most UFC bonus awards ever.
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Jolldan, what is the most number of consecutive unsuccessful TD attempts in UFC history?  After the weekend, Maia is now at 34!!!

 

These are for records you would like to have lol, im sure Arlovski and BJ are fighting over most consecutive losses of an active fighter.

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Jolldan, what is the most number of consecutive unsuccessful TD attempts in UFC history?  After the weekend, Maia is now at 34!!!

Maia's TD attempts were pitiful to watch on his last 2 fights

 

lol

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Charles Oliveira has been picked to replace injured Al Iaquinta against Paul Felder this Saturday. He now has the chance to tie Royce Gracie for most submissions with 10 if he can tap Felder on Saturday.

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