UFC Fight Night 111 post-event facts: Holly Holm enters record books with another head-kick KO

The UFC’s second eventuality in Singapore had both good-for-nothing and sparkling moments, though Holly Holm sealed a uncover on a high when she knocked out Bethe Correia in Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 111 headliner.


Holm (11-3 MMA, 4-3 UFC) picked adult her initial feat in some-more than 19 months when she stopped Correia (10-3-1 MMA, 4-3-1 UFC) by third-round head-kick knockout in a UFC Fight Pass-streamed women’s bantamweight hitch during Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore.

The former UFC champ got behind on track, putting a highlight-reel finale to a uncover with a handful of important feats. For more, check out 45 post-event contribution to come out of UFC Fight Night 111.

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General

The Reebok Athlete Outfitting payout for a eventuality totaled $152,500.

Debuting fighters went 1-4 during a event.

Holm, Ulka Sasaki, Li Jingliang and Frank Camacho warranted $50,000 UFC Fight Night 111 fight-night bonuses.

UFC Fight Night 111 drew an announced assemblage of 8,414 fans for a live embankment of $839,300.

Betting favorites went 10-2 on a card.

Total quarrel time for a 12-bout label was 2:06:33.

Main card

Holly Holm

Holm snapped her three-fight losing movement for her initial feat given Nov 2015.

Holm has warranted 8 of her 11 career victories by knockout.

Holm has warranted both of her UFC blocking victories by head-kick knockout.

Holm’s dual head-kick knockout victories in UFC foe are a many of any womanlike in association history.

Holm’s dual knockdowns landed in UFC women’s bantamweight foe are tied with Ronda Rousey for many in local history.

Holm’s 3 fight-night bonuses for UFC women’s bantamweight fights are tied with Amanda Nunes for second many in local story behind Ronda Rousey (seven).

Correia fell to 1-3-1 in her past 5 UFC appearances.

Correia has suffered both of her career blocking waste by knockout.

Marcin Tybura

Marcin Tybura (16-2 MMA, 3-1 UFC) three-fight UFC winning strain in heavyweight foe is a third longest active strain in a multiplication behind Stipe Miocic (five) and Francis Ngannou (five).

Tybura warranted his initial preference feat given Jun 1, 2012 – a camber of 1,842 days (more than 5 years) and 13 fights.

Andrei Arlovski (25-15 MMA, 14-9 UFC) suffered his fifth uninterrupted loss, a longest movement of his career. He hasn’t warranted a feat given Sep 2015.

Arlovski fell to 4-5 given he returned to a UFC for a second army in Jun 2014.

Colby Covington

Colby Covington’s (12-1 MMA, 7-1 UFC) four-fight UFC winning strain in welterweight foe is tied with Santiago Ponzinibbio for a third longest active strain in a multiplication behind Demian Maia (seven) and Kamaru Usman (five).

Covington has finished 41 takedowns in 8 UFC appearances.

Dong Hyun Kim (22-4-1 MMA, 13-4 UFC) suffered a initial preference detriment of his career.

Rafael dos Anjos

Rafael dos Anjos (26-9 MMA, 15-7 UFC) was successful in his UFC welterweight debut.

Dos Anjos snapped his two-fight losing movement and warranted his initial feat given Dec 2015.

Dos Anjos has warranted 9 of his 15 UFC victories by decision.

Tarec Saffiedine (16-7 MMA, 2-4 UFC) suffered his third uninterrupted detriment to extend a longest movement of his career. He hasn’t warranted a feat given Jan 2016.

Saffiedine has suffered 6 of his 7 career waste by decision.

Preliminary card

Jon Tuck

Jon Tuck (10-4 MMA, 4-4 UFC) has warranted 9 of his 10 career victories by stoppage.

Tuck has warranted 3 of his 4 UFC victories by stoppage.

Takanori Gomi (35-13 MMA, 4-8 UFC) suffered his 4 uninterrupted detriment to extend a longest movement of his career. He hasn’t warranted a feat given Apr 2014 and is 1-5 in his past 5 appearances overall.

Gomi suffered his initial acquiescence detriment given Sept. 24, 2011 – a camber of 2,093 days (nearly 6 years) and 8 fights.

Walt Harris

Walt Harris (10-5 MMA, 3-4 UFC) softened to 3-1 given he returned to a UFC for a second army in Apr 2016.

Harris has warranted all 10 of his career victories by knockout.

Cyril Asker (8-3 MMA, 1-2 UFC) has suffered all 3 of his career waste by stoppage. He’s been knocked out in both his UFC defeats.

Alex Caceres (13-10 MMA, 8-8 UFC) softened to 3-2 given he returned to a UFC featherweight multiplication in Jan 2015. He’s 3-5 in his past 8 UFC appearances overall.

Caceres’ 13 acquiescence attempts in UFC bantamweight foe are many in local history.

Ulka Sasaki

Sasaki (20-4-2 MMA, 3-3 UFC) softened to 2-1 given he forsaken to a UFC flyweight multiplication in May 2016.

Sasaki has warranted all 3 of his UFC victories by submission.

Justin Scoggins (11-4 MMA, 4-4 UFC) was catastrophic in his lapse to a UFC flyweight division.

Scoggins has suffered all 3 of his career blocking waste by submission.

Jingliang’s (13-4 MMA, 5-2 UFC) three-fight winning strain is a longest of his UFC career.

Camacho (20-5 MMA, 0-1 UFC) suffered a initial preference detriment of his career.

Russell Doane

Russell Doane (15-7 MMA, 3-4 UFC) snapped his four-fight losing movement for his initial feat given Jul 2014.

Kwan Ho Kwak (9-2 MMA, 0-2 UFC) has suffered uninterrupted waste after starting his career on a nine-fight winning streak.

Kwak suffered a initial knockout detriment of his career.

Carls John de Tomas (6-1 MMA, 0-1 UFC) had his six-fight winning strain snapped for a initial better of his career.

Ji Yeon Kim (6-1-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC) had her eight-fight dominant strain snapped for a initial better of her career.

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FightMetric investigate researcher and live statistics writer Michael Carroll contributed to this story. Follow him on Twitter @MJCflipdascript.


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