UFC Fight Night 60 :: Max Holloway looks to extend win streak

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Max Holloway (11-3 MMA, 7-3 UFC) will certainly compete in his 11th UFC featherweight bout and tie Dustin Poirier for the most appearances in divisional history.

Holloway’s four-fight UFC victorying streak is the third longest active streak in the featherweight department behind champion Jose Aldo (7) and Conor McGregor (five).

Holloway’s streak of four successive surfaces in UFC competition is tied with ladies’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and lightweight champ Anthony Pettis for the most successive surfaces among active UFC fighters.

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Holloway’s 4 stoppage victories in UFC featherweight competition are tied for the second most in divisional history behind Poirier (5).

Holloway’s three knockout success in UFC featherweight competition are the 4th most in divisional history behind McGregor (4), Cub Swanson (4) and Chad Mendes (four).

Holloway’s 6 knockdowns landed in UFC featherweight competitors are the most in divisional history.

Holloway lands 5.27 substantial strikes per minute of combating, the second greatest striking rate in UFC featherweight history behind McGregor (5.72).

Holloway’s 70.1 percent striking defense rate ranks 2nd in UFC featherweight history behind Mendes (71.9 percent).

Holloway is among two boxers in UFC/WEC featherweight history to land 100 or more significant strikes in 2 or more fights. Nam Phan accomplished the accomplishment three times during his UFC tenure.

Holloway’s submission of Andre Fili at 3:39 of round 3 at UFC 172 stands as the 2nd latest submission ever in a three-round UFC featherweight bout behind Charles Rosa’s submission of Sean Soriano at UFC Fight Night 59. It was likewise the third most current submission generally in divisional history.

Cole Miller (21-8 MMA, 10-6 UFC) gets in the event on a two-fight winning streak. He has actually never made three successive victories during his UFC profession, which goes back to his June 2007 debut.

Miller is 3-3 given that he dropped to the UFC featherweight division in March 2012.

Miller’s seven submission success under the UFC banner are tied with Joe Lauzon for the 5th most in history behind Royce Gracie (11), Frank Mir (eight), Kenny Florian (eight) and Nate Diaz (eight).

Miller’s has tried 23 submissions in UFC competitors, tied for the 5th most in history.

Miller’s 10 significant submission efforts versus Leonard Garcia at UFC Fight Night 11 are a single-fight UFC record.

Miller’s submission of Jorge Gurgel at the 4:48 mark of round 3 at UFC 86 stands as the most recent submission triumph ever in a three-round UFC fight.

Miller’s 143 considerable strikes landed versus Phan at UFC on FOX 4 are the second most ever landed in UFC/WEC featherweight history. Phan leads the classification for his 174 substantial strikes against Garcia at UFC 136.