Consecutive Wins

^ These fighters competed and lost outside of the UFC during streak timeframe.

Records reflect UFC bouts only.

All fighters with 7 or more consecutive wins in the UFC are included.

Most consecutive wins in UFC bouts

Fighter Streak Timeframe
Anderson Silva 16 2006-2012
Demetrious Johnson 13 2012-2017 (active)
Georges St. Pierre 13 2007-2017 (active)
Jon Jones 13 2010-2016 (active)
Max Holloway 12 2014-2017 (active)
Royce Gracie 11 1993-1994
Khabib Nurmagomedov 10 2012-2018 (active)
Tony Ferguson 10 2013-2017 (active)
Robert Whittaker 9 2014-2018 (active)
Chris Weidman 9 2011-2015
Junior dos Santos 9 2008-2012
Kamaru Usman 8 2015-2018 (active)
Joanna Jedrzejczyk 8 2014-2017
Yoel Romero 8 2013-2016
Donald Cerrone 8 2013-2015
Gray Maynard 8 2007-2010
Lyoto Machida 8 2007-2009
Jon Fitch 8 2005-2008
Chuck Liddell 7, 7 2004-2006, 1999-2002
Amanda Nunes 7 2015-2018 (active)
Michel Prazeres 7 2015-2018 (active)
Demian Maia 7 2014-2017
Francisco Trinaldo 7 2014-2016
Stephen Thompson 7 2013-2016
Conor McGregor 7 2013-2015
Neil Magny 7 2014-2015
Renan Barao 7 2011-2014
Dennis Bermudez 7 2012-2014
Jose Aldo 7 2011-2014
Raphael Assuncao 7 2011-2014
Matt Brown 7 2012-2014
Ben Henderson 7 2011-2013
Jim Miller 7 2009-2011
George Sotiropoulos 7 2007-2010
Cain Velasquez 7 2008-2010
Thiago Alves 7 2006-2008
^ Andrei Arlovski 7, 6 2006-2015, 2002-2005
^ Rich Franklin 7 2003-2006
^ Randy Couture 7 1997-2001
^ Pat Miletich 7 1998-2000

^ These fighters competed and lost outside of the UFC during streak timeframe.

Records reflect UFC bouts only.

All fighters with 7 or more consecutive wins in the UFC are included.

66 Comments

  1. oleg November 4, 2017 at 1:51 pm Reply

    Because Jones-Cormier result was changed to a NC, not a DQ loss for Jones.

    No Contest = pretend as if the fight never happened, it has no bearing on either fighters official record. Hence Jones’ win streak is still active.

    In case you’re interested in my personal opinion on top of the “official” explanation… Jones knocked out Cormier. I don’t really care what the drug tests reveal. I don’t care who’s using what gear, and I don’t make the assumption that a fighter or any other athlete is “clean” just because they haven’t failed a test “yet”.

  2. Loster November 1, 2017 at 10:17 am Reply

    Why win streak of Jon Jones remains “active” ?

  3. UFC interim champ Tony Ferguson would be Conor McGregor’s greatest challenge | Sports Brake October 10, 2017 at 3:34 am Reply

    […] has taken the long road to get to this point. His winning streak is the seventh longest in UFC history, and includes names such as Rafael Dos Anjos, Edson Barboza and Lando Vannata. After […]

  4. Russell Ash October 7, 2017 at 3:15 am Reply

    Jon Jones’ win streak is over.

  5. Newly-crowned UFC champ Max Holloway catapults to top 5 in P4P rankings – MMA NewsHub June 8, 2017 at 4:22 pm Reply

    […] is also tied at fifth with MMA legend Royce Gracie for the most consecutive wins in UFC history. Anderson Silva is number one, notching a historic 16-fight win streak from […]

  6. Newly-crowned UFC champ Max Holloway catapults to top 5 in P4P rankings | LUB-MMA | FighterDojo June 8, 2017 at 4:22 pm Reply

    […] is also tied at fifth with MMA legend Royce Gracie for the most consecutive wins in UFC history. Anderson Silva is number one, notching a historic 16-fight win streak from […]

  7. jcs February 4, 2017 at 4:16 pm Reply

    UFC-wins ONLY on this list.

  8. Tom February 4, 2017 at 1:50 pm Reply

    Ronda Rousey was 12 and O I don’t see her on the list

  9. UFC 206’s Max Holloway: I should have won ‘real belt’ because ‘Jose Waldo’ is nowhere to be found | Physical Education Sports News,American Football,Soccer,NBA Basketball,Baseball,Tennis December 12, 2016 at 7:03 am Reply

    […] At just 25 years old, Holloway has etched his name into the UFC history books and is ranked just one spot below Royce Gracie as having one of the longest winning streaks in the promotion. […]

  10. HOLLY HOLM , STATS , SOCIAL MEDIA | LUBMMA.COM August 9, 2015 at 10:48 pm Reply

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