UFC 236 Main Event Preview: Stats Facts And Numbers For Max Holloway Vs. Dustin Poirier Fight

UFC 236 Main Event Preview: Stats Facts And Numbers For Max Holloway Vs. Dustin Poirier Fight

UFC 236 Main Event Preview: Stats Facts And Numbers For Max Holloway Vs. Dustin Poirier Fight

UFC 236 Main Event Preview: Stats Facts And Numbers For Max Holloway Vs. Dustin Poirier Fight
UFC 236 Main Event Preview: Stats Facts And Numbers For Max Holloway Vs. Dustin Poirier Fight

UFC 236 features two title fights at the top of the card. In the headlining bout, UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway meets Dustin Poirier in rematch of their 2012 meeting. The winner will claim the interim UFC lightweight title.

Here are some facts and numbers ahead of  tonight’s UFC 236 main event. UFC 236 takes place at State Farm Arena in Atlanta.

Holloway’s most recent disclosed pay was for UFC 199. Holloway earned $150,000 for that fight, a decision win over Ricardo Lamas. Holloway has fought four times since then, all four of those bouts were UFC title fights. Holloway won each of those contests.
Poirier’s most recent disclosed pay was $170,000 for his UFC on FOX 29 win over Justin Gatehje. He has one additional fight since then, a TKO win over Eddie Alvarez.
Fight Night Bonuses:
Holloway has been awarded seven fight-night bonus awards for a total of $350,000.
Poirier has won nine fight-night bonus awards for a total of $455,000.

Holloway’s four most recent fights, all wins, have been at the top of PPV cards. The total estimated butyrate for those events is 880,000.
Poirier has not headlined a UFC PPV before UFC 236.
Headlining Events:
Holloway has headlined one non-PPV event, UFC Fight Night 74. He defeated Charles Oliveira in that contest.
Poirier has headlined five non-PPV events, he lost his first two main event bouts, but he’s won his three most recent headliners by stoppage.

Holloway ranks first in UFC history in significant strikes landed with 1,627.
Holloway ranks third in UFC history in significant strikes landed per minute at 6.90.
Holloway ranks ninth in UFC history in strike differential at plus 2.87.
Holloway ranks ninth in UFC history in total strikes landed with 1,773.
Holloway ranks first in UFC featherweight history with 15 wins in the division.
Holloway ranks first in UFC featherweight history with ten stoppages in the division.
Holloway ranks second in UFC featherweight history with a total fight time of 3:42.00.
Holloway ranks second in UFC featherweight history with eight knockdowns landed.
Holloway ranks fifth in UFC featherweight history with a takedown defense of 82.5 percent.
Holloway is on a 13-fight winning streak.
Holloway’s 290 significant strikes landed against Brian Ortega at UFC 231 are a single-fight UFC record.
Holloway’s 134 significant strikes landed in Round 4 of the Ortega fight are a single-round UFC record.
Poirier ranks first among active UFC lightweights in significant striking differential at plus 2.69.
Poirier ranks second among active UFC lightweights in significant strikes landed per minute at 7.11.
Poirier ranks fourth among active UFC lightweights in takedown accuracy at 56.5 percent.
Poirier is tied for fourth among active UFC lightweights with seven knockdowns landed.
Poirier ranks seventh among active UFC lightweights in significant striking accuracy at 50. 2 percent.

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