Saturday's UFC 159 is quickly approaching. To make sure you no as much as possible about the event, here are some quick stats about the fighters on the card.
1) Jon Jones has the most UFC submission wins in light heavyweight history at five.
2) Chael Sonnen has been submitted in eight of his 12 professional losses. Sonnen has been finished by TKO or submission in 11 of his 12 professional defeats.
3) Michael Bisping has only lost to fighters who have once held or competed for a UFC title.
4) Phil Davis is the least hit light heavyweight in UFC history at 0.94 strikes absorbed per minute.
5) All 10 of Vinny Magalhaes' professional victories have come by TKO or submission.
6) Sonnen will fight at light heavyweight for the first time in seven years, six months and 20 days. His last fight at 205-pounds was a triangle choke loss to Renato Sobral at UFC 55 on Oct. 7, 2005. He has fought twenty times at middleweight since then.
7) Jones will have an 11-inch reach advantage over Sonnen: 84.5" vs. 73.5".
8) Roy Nelson is tied with six other fighters for the second most "Knockout of the Night" bonuses in UFC history at three. Anderson Silva leads with six.
9) Sara McMann vs. Sheila Gaff will be the third female fight in UFC history and the first to take place on the preliminary card. On the UFC's official rankings, McMann is ranked sixth and Gaff is ranked ninth.
10) Gaff, a native of Germany, is the first non-American woman to compete for the UFC. She has finished her opponent by first-round KO/TKO or submission in all 10 of her professional victories.
11) McMann is a former Olympic wrestler. She won a silver medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece and is the first American woman to do so.
12) Leonard Garcia is currently riding a four-fight losing streak in the UFC and is 3-6-1 overall in his past 10 bouts. Five of those fights have ended in a split decision with Garcia going 3-2. The last time Garcia scored a non-split decision victory was November 2008, 4.5 years and 12 bouts ago.
13) Cody McKenzie has never gone to a decision in his 16-fight career, with 12 of his 13 wins coming by guillotine choke. McKenzie's longest fight to date is nine minutes and 33 seconds.
14) Sonnen has only been taken down three times since 2009, a span of eight fights.