There were plenty of facts to come out of UFC 162: "Silva vs. Weidman," which took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on July 6, 2013.
Some are notable, others irrelevant and a few will expand your knowledge.
For instance, we know that Anderson Silva's record-setting win-streak and nearly seven-year middleweight title reign came to an abrupt end in the form of a second-round knockout at the hands of the undefeated Chris Weidman.
That's not all we know, though.
Check out 25 post-fight facts about UFC 162: "Silva vs. Weidman" below:
- The UFC middleweight championship changed hands for the first time since Oct. 14, 2006 -- a span of 2457 days.
- Weidman's six-fight UFC win-streak is the longest of any active fighter in the middleweight division.
- Silva was defeated by (technical) knockout for the first time in his 38-fight career.
- Brian Melancon's knockout of Seth Baczynski is the seventh fight in UFC history to end at 4:59 of the first round.
- Dennis Siver was defeated by (technical) knockout for just the second time in his career and first time since July 5, 2008 -- a span of 1827 days (five years) and 13 fights.
- Chris Leben landed 127 total strikes in his loss to Andrew Craig, pushing his UFC career total to 1780. That's third all-time only behind Georges St. Pierre and Jon Fitch.
- Frankie Edgar has won post-fight bonuses in five of his last six fights for a total of $300,000.
- Gabriel Gonzaga owns 10 career knockout or submission victories in the UFC, only second to former champion Frank Mir (11) for the most in heavyweight history.
- Tim Kennedy outscored Roger Gracie 101 to 14 in total strikes landed over the course of their three-round bout.
- Weidman has the fewest mixed martial arts (MMA) fights of any active male UFC champion at 10.
- Betting favorites went 8-3 on the card.
- Baczynski was defeated by (technical) knockout for the first time since March 7, 2009 -- a span of 1582 days (four-plus years) and 10 fights.
- Silva fought in his 16th UFC main event, tying him with Tito Ortiz for second all-time. Randy Couture leads the category with 18 UFC main event fights.
- Mike Pierce's four-fight UFC win-streak is tied for the third longest in the welterweight division. The win-streak is the longest of his UFC career and longest since 2008.
- Charles Oliveira went to a decision for just the second time in his 21-fight career. "Do Bronx" defeated by decision for the first time in his career.
- UFC 162 reportedly drew an attendance of 12,399 for a live gate of $4,862,000.
- Leben is on the first three-fight losing streak of his 32-fight career.
- Gonzaga's 17-second knockout of Dave Herman is tied for the third fastest knockout in UFC heavyweight history.
- Cub Swanson's five-fight UFC win-streak in the longest of any fighter in the featherweight division. Swanson has earned four of those five victories by (technical) knockout.
- Edgar snapped a career-worst three-fight losing streak for his first victory since Oct. 8, 2011 -- a span of 634 days. Edgar also earned his first victory since dropping to the UFC featherweight division.
- Gonzaga has defeated his opponent by (technical) knockout or submission in all 15 of his career victories. "Napao" won a fight by (technical) knockout for the first time since Aug. 29, 2009 -- a span of 1407 days (nearly four years) and seven fights.
- Total fight time of the 11-bout UFC 162 fight card was one hour, 53 minutes and 37 seconds.
- Edson Barboza is the first man in UFC history to win two fights by leg kick TKO.
- Dave Herman has been finished by (technical) knockout or submission in all four of his UFC defeats.
- Pierce, Edgar and Nick Diaz as the only fighters with at least a 12 career UFC fights and no stoppage losses.
Did you learn anything new/interesting? Do any of the facts change your perspective on Saturday's fights?
Let us know below!
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