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
Gleison Tibau 28 16-11-0, 1 NC
Jeremy Stephens 28 15-13-0
Donald Cerrone 27 20-7-0
Diego Sanchez 27 16-11-0
Frank Mir 27 16-11-0
Tito Ortiz 27 15-11-1
Andrei Arlovski 26 16-10-0
Vitor Belfort 26 15-10-0, 1 NC
Joe Lauzon 26 14-12-0
Clay Guida 26 14-12-0
Matt Hughes 25 18-7-0
Rafael dos Anjos 25 17-8-0
Josh Koscheck 25 15-10-0
Nate Marquardt 25 13-12-0
B.J. Penn 25 12-11-2
Frankie Edgar 24 17-6-1
Lyoto Machida 24 16-8-0
Randy Couture 24 16-8-0
Matt Brown 24 14-10-0
Ross Pearson 24 12-11-0, 1 NC
Chuck Liddell 23 16-7-0
Rashad Evans 23 14-8-1
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.


  1. oleg February 22, 2018 at 11:30 am Reply

    Apparently WEC-Zuffa bouts count, as Faber got 20K in his retirement fight which puts him in over 20 fight tier, however it was only 16th UFC fight.

    • IcyB June 20, 2018 at 1:40 pm Reply

      Good research my man!

      Those are some honest points that I don’t think have ever been brought up before.

      So pre-zuffa UFC fights don’t count.


  2. oleg February 21, 2018 at 2:05 am Reply

    Far as I can find, Pro Elite just dissolved. EXC probably didn’t have any assets worthy for Zuffa to grab.

  3. oleg February 21, 2018 at 2:02 am Reply

    Belfort supposedly made $15K for his last fight, which would have been #25 UFC but 19 if you exclude the pre-Zuffa era. So apparently pre-Zuffa UFC fights don’t count.

  4. oleg February 21, 2018 at 12:04 am Reply

    Did Zuffa buy EXC? I don’t remember this, thought Gary Shaw just ate what was left of the promotion :).

  5. IcyB February 20, 2018 at 3:23 pm Reply

    Elite XC?

  6. oleg January 20, 2018 at 12:48 pm Reply

    Yeah I can’t find the official info anywhere. Everything says “UFC fights” specifically – I’m guessing this includes pre-Zuffa which might have only made a difference for Belfort and Mir off the top of my head.

    But some of the older articles say “Strikeforce and WEC” fights included, I would assume only for Zuffa-promoted events. Will try to look at past bonuses of of former SF and WEC fights to figure it out.

    Pretty sure Pride and WFA don’t count as they never held an event under Zuffa banner.

    Who else did Zuffa buy out?

  7. IcyB January 19, 2018 at 5:33 pm Reply

    Damn that is a good questions. These are real questions that need to be asked and answered. But too many “jounalists” are worried about writing articles about what Conor McGregor had for breakfast.

    You should write an article that lists diferent tiers of a potential Reebock Bonus:

    Only UFC Fights
    Only Zuffa Bouts
    Only Zuffa Bouts including all UFC bouts (pre-zuffa)
    All Zuffa owned companies bouts (including pre-zuffa owned)

    I mean, UFC lists all Pride, Strikeforce, and other bouts on their web-site for fighter rankings…so why not include them, Who is actually getting screwed here?

    Could be an article freely cited by fighters in favor of unionization.

    I know I’d link it to Reddit and get it upvoted to the moon!

  8. oleg January 18, 2018 at 9:53 am Reply

    What exactly is included in Reebok bonus calculation? WEC after Zuffa buyout? Do pre-Zuffa UFC fights don’t count for old school guys like Belfort?

  9. IcyB January 17, 2018 at 10:48 pm Reply

    Can you actually make a separate one w/ 20 or more “Zuffa” bouts. That way the MMA community can have a collective list of who has reached the top tier of the Reebok payout.

    That would be very interesting and helpful…would probably lead to many good articles being written.

  10. oleg July 3, 2017 at 2:59 pm Reply

    Fixed. I agree that 20 is a nice round number but others were on my ass about keeping these lists to Top 25 with ties.

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