Across divisions, UFC’s seven current male champions’ Individual and cumulative record is next to immaculate. So, what is the individual and cumulative win/loss record of current UFC male champions?
At UFC 251, no title changed hands, and the vacant Bantamweight title also found its rightful holder. With this, now there is a champion figure in every division, and each champ has quite an impressive record to his name. With a couple of them also being undefeated.
To delve deep into it, here’s the list of Champions, their division, and their Individual record (W-L-DQ)
- Heavyweight Division: Stipe Miocic-(19-3)
- Light-Heavyweight Division: Jon Jones-(26-1-1)
- Middleweight Division: Israel Adesanya-(19-0)
- Welterweight Division: Kamaru Usman-(17-1)
- Lightweight Division: Khabib Nurmagomedov-(28-0)
- Featherweight Division: Alexander Volkanovski-(21-1)
- Bantamweight Division: Petr Yan-(15-1)
It is to be noted, the win/loss record consists of every fight at the MMA circuit, and not just in the UFC, and its combined sum will give a jaw-dropping figure of 145-7, which only gives an impression of sheer dominance by these fighters.
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What the Future holds for Current UFC champions
For Stipe Miocic the next challenge is Daniel Cormier, the two will square off for the third time. This time at UFC 252
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The Light-Heavyweight Champion, Israel Adesanya’s next opponent would be Poulo Costa. The two may face other in August.
Following his father’s death, Khabib Nurmagomedov is given time to figure and schedule his comeback.
And for the rest of the fighters, the next challenge has not appeared it, however it is right around the corner, as one must have to keep defending his title, since it is a very demanding industry and never gives its top performers any respite.
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