The UFC makes its fourth stop in Singapore on Saturday with UFC Fight Night 132, which takes place at Singapore Indoor Stadium and streams in its entirety on UFC Fight Pass.
In the welterweight headliner, Donald Cerrone (33-10 MMA, 20-7 UFC) looks to further etch his name in the UFC record books when he takes on streaking rising contender Leon Edwards (15-3 MMA, 7-2 UFC) in a five-round bout.
For more on the numbers behind the UFC’s next event, check below for 45 pre-event facts about UFC Fight Night 132.
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Cerrone, 35, is the oldest of the 26 fighters scheduled to compete at the event.
Cerrone makes his 38th UFC/WEC appearance, the most in the combined history of the two organizations.
Cerrone makes his 28th UFC appearances, tied for the third most in company history behind Michael Bisping (29) and Jim Miller (29).
Cerrone’s 38 appearances in UFC/WEC/PRIDE/Strikeforce competition are third most in combined organizational history behind Wanderlei Silva (40) and Dan Henderson (40).
Cerrone’s 17 appearances since 2014 in UFC competition are most in the company.
Cerrone’s 20 victories in UFC competition are tied with ex-champs Bisping and Georges St-Pierre for most in company history.
Cerrone’s 26 victories in UFC/WEC/PRIDE/Strikeforce competition are the second most in combined organizational history behind W. Silva (27).
Cerrone is 5-3 since he moved up to the UFC welterweight division in February 2015.
Cerrone’s 14 stoppage victories in UFC competition are tied with Vitor Belfort and Anderson Silva for the most in company history.
Cerrone’s 18 stoppage victories in UFC/WEC competition are the most in combined organizational history.
Cerrone’s 18 stoppage victories in UFC/WEC/PRIDE/Strikeforce competition are tied for third most in combined organizational history behind Mirko Filipovic (21) and W. Silva (20).
Cerrone’s six knockout victories stemming from a head kick in UFC competition are the most in company history. No one else has more than four.
Cerrone’s 17 knockdowns landed in UFC competition are third most in company history behind A. Silva (18) and Jeremy Stephens (18).
Cerrone’s nine knockdowns landed in UFC welterweight competition are tied for third most in divisional history behind Thiago Alves (13) and Jake Ellenberger (11).
Cerrone has landed 315 leg kicks in UFC competition, the most in company history.
Cerrone’s 18 fight-night bonuses in UFC/WEC bouts are the most in combined organizational history.
Cerrone’s 13 fight-night bonuses in UFC bouts are tied with A. Silva for third most in company history behind Nate Diaz (15) and Joe Lauzon (15).
Edwards’ five-fight UFC winning streak in welterweight competition is tied for the fourth longest active streak in the division behind Kamaru Usman (eight), Santiago Ponzinibbio (six) and interim champ Colby Covington (six).
Edwards’ eight-second knockout of Seth Baczynski at UFC Fight Night 64 is the second fastest in UFC welterweight history. Duane Ludwig holds the record with his six-second finish of Jonathan Goulet at UFC Fight Night 3 in January 2006.
Edwards’ victory at 4:59 of Round 3 at UFC Fight Night 127 is the second latest knockout in a three-fight UFC fight behind Ricky Simon’s victory over Merab Dvalishvili at 5:00 of Round 3 at UFC Fight Night 129.
Ovince Saint Preux’s (22-11 MMA, 10-6 UFC) has earned 16 of his 21 career victories by stoppage. That includes seven of his nine UFC wins.
Saint Preux’s 10 victories since 2013 in UFC light-heavyweight competition are the most in the division.
Saint Preux’s three submission victories by Von Flue choke are the most in UFC/WEC/PRIDE/Strikeforce combined organizational history.
Saint Preux’s three submission victories by Von Flue choke are the most in UFC history.
Saint Preux has earned three of the five Von Flue choke submissions in UFC history. Jason Von Flue and Jordan Rinaldi scored one each.
Saint Preux’s two technical submission victories in UFC competition are tied for second most in company history behind Frank Mir (three).
Saint Preux vs. Yushin Okami at UFC Fight Night 117 was just the second fight in modern UFC history to feature zero combined significant strike attempts. Ilir Latifi vs. Cyrille Diabate at UFC on FUEL TV 6 was the other.
Tyson Pedro (7-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) has earned all seven of his career victories by first-round stoppage.
Pedro is one of eight fighters in UFC history to earn a stoppage from the crucifix position. He accomplished the feat at UFC 209.
Pedro’s kimura victory over Saparbek Safarov at UFC 221 was the first in UFC light-heavyweight competition since Phil Davis at UFC 123 in November 2010.
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Jessica-Rose Clark (8-4 MMA, 2-0 MMA) competes in her third UFC women’s flyweight bout, the most appearances in divisional history.
Clark’s two-fight UFC winning streak in women’s flyweight competition is the longest active streak in the division.
Clark’s two victories in UFC women’s flyweight competition are most in divisional history.
Jessica Eye (12-6 MMA, 2-5 UFC) was successful in her UFC women’s flyweight debut when she defeated Kalinda Faria at UFC Fight Night 124.
Eye is 2-5 in her past seven fights dating back to February 2014.
Eye’s five losses in UFC competition are second most of any female in company history behind Kailin Curran (six).
Teruto Ishihara (10-5-2 MMA, 3-3-1 UFC) is 1-3 in his past four UFC appearances dating back to November 2016.
Song Yadong (10-3 MMA, 1-0 UFC), 20, is the youngest of the 26 fighters scheduled to compete at the event.
Song Kenan (12-3 MMA, 1-0 UFC) has earned 11 of his 12 career victories by stoppage.
Kenan’s 15-second stoppage of Bobby Nash at UFC Fight Night 122 is the second fastest by a debuting welterweight in UFC history behind Anthony Johnson’s 13-second win.
Hector Aldana (4-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC) returns to competition for the first time since Nov. 16, 2013. The 1,680-day layoff is the longest of his nearly seven-year career.
Shinsho Anzai (10-2 MMA, 2-1 UFC) competes in just his third fight since August 2014.
Jake Matthews (12-3 MMA, 6-3 UFC) is 2-0 since he moved up to the UFC welterweight division in November.
Yan Xiaonan (8-1 MMA, 1-0 UFC) is 5-0 (with one no-contest) since returning from a nearly five-year layoff in July 2015.
Naoki Inoue (11-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) returns to competition for the first time since June 17, 2017. The 371-day layoff is the longest of his more than three-year career.
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