25 FACTS About UFC on FUEL TV 5: Struve vs. Miocic



UFC on FUEL TV 5 is headlined by an heavyweight bout of Stefan Struve vs. Stipe Miocic and can be seen on live on FUEL TV in the United States and Rogers Sportsnet in Canada starting at 4:00 p.m. ET/1:00 p.m. PT.

Check below for 25 facts about Saturday’s UFC on FUEL TV 5 event.

1 - Stefan Struve is the tallest fighter in UFC history at 6'11". The Dutch fighter is also tied with UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones for the longest reach at 84.5 inches.

2 - UFC on FUEL TV 5 marks Stefan Struve's 12th UFC bout. The only active heavyweights with more UFC fights are Frank Mir (20) and Cheick Kongo (17).

3 - Stefan Struve and Stipe Miocic is the first non-title heavyweight UFC main event of 2012. The last was Brock Lesnar vs. Alistair Overeem at UFC 141 on Dec. 2011.

4 - Amir Sadollah has fought all nine of his professional fights in the UFC.

5 - Paul Sass is undefeated at 13-0 with 12 submission victories, nine by triangle choke.

6 - Sass' opponent, Matt Wiman, has never been submitted in 20 career bouts.

7 - DaMarques Johnson will compete 56-days after his knockout loss to Mike Swick at UFC on FOX 4 on Aug. 4.

8 - Dan Hardy is 1-4 in his past five bouts.

9 - Stefan Struve has only gone to a decision once in 29 professional fights.

10 - Eight of the 11 bouts on the card feature at least one British fighter.

11 - John Hathaway has fought to a decision in six-straight fights.

12 - Five fighters in the preliminary card will make their UFC debut (Jimi Manuwa, Andy Ogle, Akira Corassani, Tom Watson and Gunnar Nelson)

13 - DaMarques Johnson vs. Gunnar Nelson is set to take place at a catchweight of 175-pounds after Johnson took the bout on short notice.

14 - Amir Sadollah has never won three professional fights in a row.

15 - UFC on FUEL TV 5 is the first fight card of 2012 in England.

16 - Kyle Kingsbury fights a debuting fighter for the second time in a row.

17 - Gunnar Nelson, who fights DaMarques Johnson in his UFC debut, is 9-0-1 and has finished all nine of his opponents by (T)KO or submission.

18 - Jimi Manuwa holds 10 knockouts of 11 professional wins.

19 - Duane Ludwig has lost five of his past eight bouts. In all five of those losses, Ludwig has been knocked out or submitted.

20 - UFC on FUEL TV 5 is the first UFC event to take place in Nottingham, England.

21 - Stefan Struve has only fought to the third round once in his 29-fight career.

22 - Matt Wiman will fight in the UFC for the 13th time, which is more octagon appearances than anyone on the card.

23 - Of the first four UFC on FUEL TV fight card headliners, two ended by decision, one by knockout and one by submission.

24 - Three fighters on the card have 10 or more professional losses (Dan Hardy, Duane Ludwig and DaMarques Johnson).

25 - Of the 22 fighters competing on the card, Dan Hardy has the most fights (34), Hardy and Stefan Struve are tied for the most wins (24) and Duane Ludwig has the most losses (13). Struve holds the most submission wins (16), while Hardy leads the card in career (T)KO (12) and decision (8) victories.

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UFC on FUEL TV 5 Preview: 25 Facts About Saturday's Event

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