Since the “8 Facts About ‘X’ Event” is one of the more popular pre-fight articles here at Fight Cove, the decision has been made to bring in fact-orientated post-fight article for your knowledge and pleasure. “UFC on FX 4: Maynard vs. Guida” went down last Friday night from Atlantic City, NJ, with Gray Maynard defeating Clay Guida via split decision in the main event.
The night was filled with wall-to-wall action except for the main event, which left the fans at home and in attendance disappointed and hoping for more. With the event behind us, it is time for the second edition of of Fight Cove’s “Post-Event Facts Wrap”. Enjoy!
- Gray Maynard vs. Clay Guida was the first 5 round fight in UFC history to go to a split decision
- Eight of Gray Maynard’s nine UFC wins have been by some form of decision. He has not finished an opponent since knocking out Joe Veres on Sept. 17, 2007.
- Clay Guida has had five UFC fights end via split decision. He has lost three and won two.
- Matt Brown is the only fighter on the UFC roster with three wins in 2012
- Sam Stout is tied with Jon Fitch, Chris Lytle and Diego Sanchez for the most decision fights in UFC history at 11
- Dan Miller is the fifth fighter to have at least three-career UFC wins by guillotine choke. Nate Diaz leads the category with 4 guillotine choke wins.
- With his second-round TKO of Ross Pearson, Cub Swanson is his first two-fight winning streak since 2008.