UFC Nashville Post-Fight Stats & Facts From Sean Ross Sapp Of Fightful.com

- Jussier Formiga earned his fourth consecutive win in Nashville, it was his first 4-fight win streak ever in the UFC, and the first in his career since 2011-2012.

- JJ Aldrich's loss ended a three-fight winning streak.

- Aldrich's last fight at Flyweight before Nashville was a 2016 FCF win over Kathina Catron.

- Randa Markos has had perhaps the most consistently inconsistent career in UFC -- and maybe MMA history. Excluding The Ultimate Fighter, Markos has had 11 fights in the UFC and never had back-to-back wins, or back-to-back losses. She's alternated pro wins and losses, with the occasional draw, every fight since 2013.

- All four of Markos' professional submission wins are by armbar, although she beat Felice Herrig on The Ultimate Fighter with a scarf-hold armlock.

- Across two runs in the UFC, Angela Hill sits at 3-6 (3-7 including TUF). She's never lost outside the UFC, going 5-0.

- Alexis Davis has lost back-to-back fights for the first time in her 12-year MMA career.

- Davis is now 1-2 in the UFC Flyweight division, with her one win a split decision. She was 5-2 as a UFC Bantamweight.

- Maycee Barber has four wins over the last 11 months, with all of them being finishes.

- Marlon Vera has finished his last five wins. Although he's lost five times, he's never been finished in a fight.

- Marlon Vera accomplished his second three-fight winning streak in the UFC Saturday, and is 6-2 in his last 8 fights.

- Curtis Blaydes passed Cain Velasquez for most takedowns in UFC Heavyweight history. Blaydes has competed in six less fights, and eight less rounds than Velasquez.

- Blaydes has only one loss in his last eight fights.

- Pettis won a fight at featherweight in 2016, lightweight in 2017, catchweight in 2018, and welterweight in 2019.

- Pettis was the first fighter to ever stop Stephen Thompson in an MMA fight.

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