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Fight Night Belfast: By the Numbers

5
Current ranking of Gegard Mousasi as a UFC middleweight

3
Fight active win streak by “The Dreamcatcher” including back-to-back KO/TKO stoppages at UFC 200 and UFC 204

159-30
Significant strikes landed to absorbed by Mousasi against his last three UFC opponents - Thales Leites, Thiago Santos and Vitor Belfort

+2.08
Significant strikes landed differential per minute rate in favor of Mousasi, 2nd best among active UFC middleweights behind Luke Rockhold’s +2.26 (min. 5 fights)

21
Career knockouts by former Strikeforce light-heavyweight champion

82.5
Finishing rate percentage by The Dreamcatcher across his 40 career wins

1.34
Significant strikes absorbed per minute rate by Mousasi, best rate among active UFC middleweights and 3rd best in UFC middleweight history (min. 5 fights)
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65.2
Significant striking defense percentage by Mousasi, 3rd best among active UFC middleweights and 4th best in UFC middleweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 opp. att.)

4
UFC post-fight bonuses by The Dreamcatcher including 3x Performance of the Night and 1x Fight of the Night

8
Different countries that Mousasi has fought in across his 11 UFC appearances - Brazil, England, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Philippines, Sweden and United States of America

0
Times that The Dreamcatcher has fought in back-to-back fights in the same country across his 11 UFC appearances

419
Days between Gegard Mousasi and Uriah Hall’s rematch and their first meeting, which Hall won by a spectacular second round knockout at UFC Fight Night: Barnett vs. Nelson - the only striking stoppage loss across Mousasi’s 48 professional fights

10
Current ranking of Uriah Hall as a UFC middleweight

4
KO/TKOs by “Prime Time” inside the Octagon including three first round knockouts

83.33
Career finishing rate percentage by Hall earning 10 stoppage victories across 12 career wins (8 KO/TKOs, 2 sub)

52.9
Significant striking accuracy percentage by Prime Time, 5th best in UFC middleweight history (min. 5 fights and 350 sig. att.)

3.13
Significant strikes landed per minute rate by Hall, UFC average is 2.83

74.2
Takedown defense percentage by Hall, 7th best among active UFC middleweights (min. 5 fights and 20 att.)

60
Percentage of Hall’s five UFC losses are by split-decision

128-109
Significant strikes landed to absorbed by Hall across his three split-decision losses inside the Octagon against Kelvin Gastelum, John Howard and Rafael Natal

17
The Ultimate Fighter season Hall was a finalist after earning three KO/TKOs and one unanimous decision to get there

8
Seconds it took for Hall to score a knockout of Bubba McDaniel in the TUF 17 quarterfinals



3:27:37
Total Octagon time by Ross Pearson as a UFC lightweight, 7th most in UFC lightweight history

39:14
Additional Octagon time by “The Real Deal” as Pearson has fought two bouts at featherweight and, most recently, fought at welterweight

6
Knockdowns by The Real Deal, tied for 8th most knockdowns in UFC lightweight history

5
KO/TKOs by Pearson inside the Octagon

747
Significant strikes landed by The Real Deal, 7th most in UFC lightweight history

932
Total strikes landed by Pearson, 9th most among active UFC lightweights

67.1
Significant striking defense percentage by Pearson, 8th best among active UFC lightweights (min. 5 fights and 350 opp. att.)

9
The Ultimate Fighter season Pearson won as a lightweight

3
Post-fight bonuses won by The Real Deal - 2x Fight of the Night, 1x Performance of the Night

21
UFC bouts for Pearson and Stevie Ray will be Pearson’s first opponent who was also born in the United Kingdom

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Days notice for “The Braveheart” Stevie Ray as he stepped up to replace an injured James Krause

3-1
UFC record by Ray

6
Career KO/TKOs by The Braveheart including back-to-back knockouts in his first two UFC bouts

8
Career submissions by Ray

6
Different submissions have been used by Ray to win a pro bout - (3x) rear naked choke, armbar, triangle armbar, arm-triangle choke, D’Arce choke and heel hook

0
Times that The Braveheart has lost via KO/TKO across his 25 pro bouts

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