By the Numbers: UFC Fight Night 205

Jessica Andrade announced his return to the strawweight division emphatically on Saturday night.

The ex-champ waded through heavy fire on his feet against

Amanda Lemos to secure a standing triangle-arm submission victory in the first round of the UFC Fight Night 205 headliner at UFC Apex in Las Vegas. Not only did ‘Bate Estaca’ re-establish herself as the top contender at 115 pounds, but she ended Lemos’ five-game winning streak in the process.

Here’s a by-the-numbers look at UFC Fight Night 205, with stats courtesy of UFCStats.com.

1: Standing arm triangle submission in UFC history after Andrade accomplished the feat.

14: UFC wins for Andrade, tying her with Amanda Nunes for the most part by a female fighter in the promotion’s history. Andrade has victories in UFC competition at 135, 125 and 115 pounds.

8: Ends UFC competition for Andrade, second among women in the promotion behind only Nunes (10).

3: Knee Brace Submission Wins for Claudio Puelles in UFC competition. No one else who has fought in the Las Vegas-based promotion has more of such a triumph. Puelles used the maneuver to tap clay guide
3:01 into the first round of their lightweight tilt in the co-main event of UFC Fight Night 205.

5: Back-to-back triumphs in UFC competition for Puelles, tying him with Raphael Fiziev and Arman Tsarukyan for the fourth-longest active winning streak in the lightweight division. Alone Charles Oliveira (ten), Islam Makhachev (nine) and Beneil Dariush (seven) have longer streaks at 155 pounds.

33: UFC fights for Guida, tied with Demian Maia
for fifth overall in the promotion’s history.

40: Important decisive strikes, out of 50 in total, landed by Maycee Barbier in a unanimous decision triumph Montana De La Rosa in a women’s flyweight meet. De La Rosa landed 10 significant strikes in the clinch and 14 in total.

2110: Days since Lando Vannatathe last submission defeat of , when he tapped on a Tony Ferguson brabo choked out during his Octagon debut at UFC Fight Night 191 on July 13, 2016. “Groovy” succumbed to a Charles Jourdain the guillotine was choked out 2:32 in the opening frame of their featherweight clash on Saturday night.

1: Career submission among 14 professional triumphs for Marc-Andre Barriaultwho used a mounted guillotine choke to cause a tapout of Jordan Wright in their featured mid-weight scrap. Previously, Barriault had won nine wins by KO/TKO and four by decision.

14: Pro fights for Wright that ended inside a round. “The Beverly Hills Ninja” is 11-2 with one draw in those fights overall, but has suffered back-to-back first-round losses in UFC competition.

3: Combined reversals for Sergei Khandojko (two) and Dwight Grant (a) in their welterweight bout. Khandozhko landed the only knockdown in Round 2 en route to a TKO victory at 4:15 of the period.

5: KO/TKO losses for Isaac Villanueva since making his Octagon debut at UFC Fight Night 171. That’s the most of anyone in the UFC since 2020. Villanueva has fallen to
Tyson Pedro via KO 4:55 in the first round of their light heavyweight clash.

1,239: Days since Pedro’s last Octagon appearance, a third-round TKO loss to Mauricio Rua
at UFC Fight Night 142 on December 1, 2018.

37: Heavy strikes thrown by Qileng Aori
in just 2:48 of battle time against cameron else. “The Mongolian Murderer” also scored a knockdown before finishing his foe with rear punches in the opening stanza of their bantamweight tilt.

75: Heavy strikes thrown by Preston Parson in a clear decision triumph against Evan Elder
at welterweight. By comparison, Elder landed 27 significant strikes. Parsons also attempted five submissions, landed four of six takedowns and enjoyed 7:48 of control time in a complete performance.

35: Important ground strikes from Parsons. Elder, meanwhile, didn’t land any.

18: Important strikes by which Dean Barry
was abroad mike jackson before being disqualified for an illegal punch at 3:52 of the first round of their welterweight preliminary bout.

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