There were plenty of facts to come out of UFC 157: "Rousey vs. Carmouche" which took place at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., on Feb. 23, 2013.
Some are notable, others irrelevant and a few will expand your knowledge.
For instance, we know that Ronda Rousey and Liz Carmouche collided in the main event, with Rousey earning a submission and, in the process, defending her women's bantamweight crown for the first time.
That's not all we know, though.
Check out 25 post-fight facts about UFC 157: "Rousey vs. Carmouche" below:
- Rousey vs. Carmouche was the first UFC championship fight to end in the first round since Jose Aldo vs. Chad Mendes at UFC 142.
- Urijah Faber has rebounded from every loss in his career with a submission victory.
- According to Fight Metric, Court McGee landed 166 significant strikes landed against Josh Neer, the most ever in a UFC welterweight bout.
- Dennis Bermudez, Matt Grice, Robbie Lawler and Kenny Robertson earned $50,000 post-fight bonuses.
- Josh Koscheck has lost three of his last five fights and is on the first two-fight losing streak of his career.
- Sam Stout tied Jon Fitch's record for most UFC fights to ever go to a decision at 13.
- Ivan Menjivar was submitted for just the second time in his 35-fight career. His last submission loss was to Jason Black in March 2002.
- Robertson earned his first UFC victory after going 0-2 over two stints with the organization.
- Nah-Shon Burrell missed weight by nearly five-pounds prior to his unanimous decision victory over Yuri Villefort.
- Rousey's total cage time after seven professional fights is 12 minutes and 28 seconds, an average of one minute and 47 seconds per fight.
- Faber 6-0 in last six non-title fights and is 0-5 in last five title fights.
- Neer is on the first three-fight losing streak of his 47-fight career. He is 6-9 in the UFC over four separate stints with the organization.
- Henderson lost his first light heavyweight bout since being defeated by Quinton Jackson in at UFC 75 in Sept. 2007.
- Lavar Johnson just went to a decision for the first time in his 24-fight career.
- Koscheck suffered his first stoppage loss since Paulo Thiago at UFC 95 in Feb. 2009.
- Mike Chiesa has won six fights in a row by submission, five in a row by rear-naked choke.
- Lawler has won 17 of his 20 professional fights by (technical) knockout. His TKO of Koscheck was the 11th first-round stoppage of his career.
- UFC 157 drew an attendance of 15, 525 for a live gate of $1,200,000.
- Brock Jardine was submitted for the first time in his 12-fight career. Jardine has three career losses; one via strikes, one via submission and one via decision.
- Bermudez has earned post-fight bonuses in three of his four UFC fights (two ‘Fight of the Night' and one ‘Submission of the Night').
- Stout has had five of his UFC fights end in a split decision. He is 3-2 in those decisions.
- Rousey has seven first-round submission wins, all by way of armbar.
- According to Fight Metric, Dan Henderson out scored Lyoto Machida 54 to 28 in total strikes landed.
- Caros Fodor was the first Strikeforce fighter to lose in a UFC vs. Strikeforce bout since the organization shut down in Jan. 2012 and fighters began to cross over.
- The total cage time of the 12-bout UFC 157 fight card was two hours, eight minutes and 46 seconds.
That's a wrap for this set of UFC facts.
Did you learn anything new/interesting? Do any of the facts change your perspective on Saturday's fights?
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