It was a record-breaking night in Toronto, in more ways
than one. First, Jon “Bones” Jones retained his UFC light
heavyweight belt against No. 1-ranked Alexander Gustafsson, thus
breaking Tito Ortiz’s record for five-consecutive LHW title
Secondly, Bones joins Anderson Silva, Georges St-Pierre, and
Royce Gracie as the only fighters in history to earn ten
consecutive UFC wins.
Third, “The Mauler” became the first fighter in UFC history to
successfully take Jones down.
And fourth, Jones and Gustafsson combined for 244 significant
strikes, the most ever in a UFC title fight. Jones finished with
134, and 110 for Gustafsson.
The dream team of Chael Sonnen, Dominick Cruz, and Jay Glazer at
the FOX Sports 2 Postfight Show break down the main event
highlights in all its historical glory.