Jose Aldo’s (28-7 MMA, 10-6 UFC) losing three-fight slippage is the longest of his career. He hasn’t scored a victory since February 2019.
Aldo is 0-2 since falling in the bantamweight division in December 2019.
Aldo is 3-6 in his last nine fights after going undefeated for more than a decade.
Aldo is the only two-time UFC featherweight title holder in history and one of eight total in company history to have two reigns in a single weight class.
Aldo’s 18 UFC / WEC featherweight wins are the biggest in combined division history.
Aldo’s 11 stoppage wins in UFC / WEC featherweight competition are the largest in combined division history.
Aldo’s 11 knockout victories in UFC / WEC featherweight competition are the most significant in combined division history.
Marlon Vera’s six-game winning streak (16-6-1 MMA, 10-5 UFC) at bantamweight is the second longest active streak in the division behind Petr Yan (seven).
Vera has won nine of her 10 UFC wins by stoppage.
Vera’s eight stoppage wins in UFC bantamweight competition are tied with TJ Dillashaw for most of division history.
Vera’s four submission wins in the UFC bantamweight competition are tied for third in divisional history behind Urijah Faber (six) and Rani Yahya (five).