Most Bouts

Records reflect UFC bouts only.

All fighters with 23 or more UFC bouts are included.

Most UFC bouts

Fighter Bouts Record (W-L-D)
Michael Bisping 29 20-9-0
Jim Miller 29 17-11-0, 1 NC
Demian Maia 28 19-9-0
Jeremy Stephens 28 15-13-0
Donald Cerrone 27 20-7-0
Gleison Tibau 27 16-10-0, 1 NC
Diego Sanchez 27 16-11-0
Frank Mir 27 16-11-0
Tito Ortiz 27 15-11-1
Vitor Belfort 26 15-10-0, 1 NC
Joe Lauzon 26 14-12-0
Matt Hughes 25 18-7-0
Andrei Arlovski 25 16-9-0
Josh Koscheck 25 15-10-0
Clay Guida 25 14-11-0
Nate Marquardt 25 13-12-0
B.J. Penn 25 12-11-2
Frankie Edgar 24 17-6-1
Rafael dos Anjos 24 17-7-0
Randy Couture 24 16-8-0
Lyoto Machida 24 16-8-0
Matt Brown 24 14-10-0
Ross Pearson 24 12-11-0, 1 NC
Chuck Liddell 23 16-7-0
Thiago Alves 23 14-9-0
Nate Diaz 23 14-9-0
Tim Boetsch 23 12-11-0

Records reflect UFC bouts only.

All fighters with 23 or more UFC bouts are included.

51 Comments

  1. IcyB July 3, 2017 at 1:43 am Reply

    Then you should edit the part where it says “All fighters with 21 or more UFC bouts are included.”

    …but I rather this just be a 20+ club, who cares if the list gets a bit long. 20 fights is a nice badge of honor.

  2. oleg April 17, 2017 at 12:57 am Reply

    Trimmed to 22+. Seems like fighters are having longer UFC careers these days.

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  4. oleg July 12, 2016 at 11:04 am Reply

    Trimmed to 21+

  5. Loster April 7, 2016 at 9:39 pm Reply

    Tibau’s last win changed to a loss by DQ.

  6. oleg August 3, 2015 at 10:47 pm Reply

    Trimmed to 20+

  7. ICYB July 18, 2015 at 4:32 pm Reply

    Since the Rebock deal was announced you should make a subsection to include all Zuffa owned fights (WEC & Strikeforce) as they are included when deciding tenure for the Rebock pay scale.

  8. oleg February 15, 2015 at 3:25 pm Reply

    Trimmed Top 25 to 19+ fights.

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