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UFC Records On The Verge Of Being Shaken Up

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How many serious midget athletes are out there in the world bidding to be a UFC women's weight champion?I doubt very many and why if one decent fighter comes along,he has an easy task of winning.

Dana can try and insult fans and continue to tel us why we need to spend money to watch this guy,but nobody cares and never will,he is in a meaningless division,next stop is baby weight.

 

A submission record does however carry some meaning,it is not easy to submit fighters,however we do need to look at the competition,there are a LOT of fighters in this so called best of MMA that look to have zero BJJ/grappling skills.

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Update

 

 

Most Fights: Stephens, Sanchez, Maia and Miller are chasing down Bisping for the most bouts ever now they are now all on 27 while Bisping is on 29.

 

Most Wins: Michael Bisping will look to stop sharing the most wins record with GSP both currently on 20. A win against Vitor Belfort will see him retake the record.

 

Most Finishes: Vitor is currently tied with Anderson Silva on 14 for most finishes. If Vitor finishes Bisping he will leave on a high with the UFC record all to himself.

 

Most Knockouts: Vitor already holds this record but he can extend it even further against Bisping to 13.

 

Most Significant Strikes Landed: Even though this is a record I feel Frankie Edgar is destined to hold Bisping can make it a bigger gap for Frankie to close depending on how much he can land against Vitor.

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Most Wins: Donald Cerrone can tie Bisping and GSP for the most wins in UFC history if he beats Yancy this weekend.

 

Most Fights: Jeremey Stephens will move to 28 UFC fights when he takes on Josh Emmett putting him just one behind Bisping.

 

Most Wins at Heavyweight: If Andrei Arlovski can defeat Stefan Struve at UFC 222 he will tie Frank Mir as the most winningest Heavyweight in UFC history.

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Some better fighters than Miller have been let go,so records can be tainted or meaningless.Perfect example..WTF is Rory doing NOT in the self proclaimed best org in the world if they don't actually have the best fighters in the world.

Vitor a roider so his KO's are big time tainted.

Significant strikes is a huge lol,the one thing i have said about Bisping since day 1 is he throws a lot of air strikes to make it look like he is being busy and landing lots and Frankie is a splitting image of how Bisping fights/strikes..He almost never commits on any strikes to be considered significant.This record  to me is like dance skating or springboard diving with judges,unless there is a definitive concrete scoring method like a goal or a TD or a Home run then i am not interested in judgmental records.

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Congrats to Cowboy

 

Most Wins: Donald Cerrone, GSP and Michael Bisping now all share the record for most wins after Cowboy's win on Saturday. With the consistency he generally fights as well he could quite easily take first place all by himself soon enough.

 

Most Finishes: Donald also ties with Anderson Silva and Vitor Belfort for most finishes in UFC history.

 

Most Fights: Cowboy also moved on to tied second place for most fights ever at 27 he's just two behind Michael Bisping on 29 now.

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Cerrone is ****ing awesome. I love watching his fights, win or lose. I'm glad he's tied the record. Hopefully he'll take it with one more win.

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Demian Maia

 

 

Wins: Well out of nowhere Maia has another chance to equal Bisping, GSP and Cerrone all currently sitting in tied first place on 20 wins.

 

Fights: He will also move to tied second place with Jeremy Stephens on 28 bouts with the latest fight.

 

Submissions: If he can manage to submit Ponzinibbio he will move from tied second place to solo second place with 10 submissions just two of the record of legend and pioneer Royce Gracie.

 

 

 

Jim Miller (I feel bad that I forgot about Jim last week)

 

Fights: Even though he came up short last Saturday Jim Miller did earn one major accolade, he moved up to tied first place with Michael Bisping in most UFC bouts ever. Now that was Jim's fourth consecutive loss in a row it is yet to be seen if he will get the chance to claim first place all to his self with another fight but I wouldn't be surprised. As he is a long time company vet and this was the first of those four losses he was finished.

 

Most Wins In Division: If he does get another fight or not one thing nobody can currently take away from him is that he has the most wins in Lightweight history with 17 (second only to GSP with 19 as the most of any division)

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UFC 224

 

 

Amanda Nunes

 

Most Wins in Division: Nunes will look to extend her own record of Most Win's in The Women's Bantamweight division to 9 over Pennington next weekend.

 

Most Finishes in Division: Possibly the bigger record for her right now is the most finishes which she currently shares with Rona Rousey. If she finishes Pennington next Saturday she takes this all to herself.

 

 

Vitor Belfort:

 

Most Finishes: Tied in first place along with Anderson Silva & Donald Cerrone on 14. Vitor has one last shot to claim this all to himself even if it is own temporarily.

 

Most Knockouts: Vitor is in first place in most ko's with 12. This being his retirement fight he has one last chance to make it 13 and leave an impressive record for future fighters to try and beat.

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Most Knockouts: Vitor is in first place in most ko's with 12. This being his retirement fight he has one last chance to make it 13 and leave an impressive record for future fighters to try and beat.

 

Vitor just needs give us one more of these:

 

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Can't really find anything for this weekend's card but next week is return of real vet, Gleison Tibau.

 

After his bout next week Gleison will be tied with Jeremy Stephens in second place for most UFC fights ever.

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Donald Cerrone

 

Most Fights: Well Donald only got one of the three things he was after he's now on 28 just one fight off Bisping & Miller to tie for the most fights ever.

 

Most Wins: Currently tied in 1st place with Bisping & GSP Donald just needs one more to take that title for himself. After his third fight in a row of coming up short in this you have to think there isn't too many opportunities to realise that left.

 

Most Finishes: Currently tied with Anderson & Vitor just needs one more to take that title for himself. After his third fight in a row of coming up short in this you have to think there isn't too many opportunities to realise that left.

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Can't believe I forgot about this one.

 

Charles Oliveira

 

Most Submissions: Bit of a delay in this one but Charles UFC225 submission win puts him on 10 total submissions. He is now only one behind tying Royce's UFC record 11 submissions.

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Jeremy Stephens

 

Most Fights: With his fight with Aldo at the weekend Stephens moves to 29 fights inside the UFC. He shares this first place record with Jim Miller & Michael Bisping.

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UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Anders

 

Charles Oliveira can equal the legendary Royce Gracie's record of 11 submissions on Saturday for the most submissions in UFC history.

 

 

UFC 229

 

Conor McGregor can knock Lesnar vs. Mir out of the 3 biggest PPV's of all time if UFC229 does anywhere near expected. Meaning he will have headlined the three biggest UFC cards ever and 4 of the top 5.

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UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Anders

 

Charles Oliveira can equal the legendary Royce Gracie's record of 11 submissions on Saturday for the most submissions in UFC history.

 

 

UFC 229

 

Conor McGregor can knock Lesnar vs. Mir out of the 3 biggest PPV's of all time if UFC229 does anywhere near expected. Meaning he will have headlined the three biggest UFC cards ever and 4 of the top 5.

 

UFC 201 McGregor/Diaz 2 - 1,650,000

UFC 100 Lesnar/Mir 2 - 1,600,000

UFC 196 McGregor/Diaz 1 - 1,317,000

 

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UFC 201 McGregor/Diaz 2 - 1,650,000

UFC 100 Lesnar/Mir 2 - 1,600,000

UFC 196 McGregor/Diaz 1 - 1,317,000

 

 

 

 

WHAT!!! Wiki lies!!!!

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