Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz will face off in a highly-anticipated rematch at UFC 202 on Saturday, so let’s have a look at the numbers going into the fight.
1: The number of welterweight fights that McGregor has fought. He lost it to Diaz.
3: The number of fights that Diaz has won at welterweight
2: The number of inches reach difference that Diaz has
3: The height advantage in inches that the Diaz has over the McGregor
15.2: The number of strikes per minute that McGregor threw against Diaz. Fifteeen percent higher than his career average
8.4: The number of significant strikes that McGregor took against Diaz. This is more than twice his career average.
1: The number of McGregor’s 19 fights have gone to a decision
3: The number of Diaz’s 19 wins that were via decision
12: The number of Diaz’s 19 wins that were achieved via submission
3: Total of loses in McGregor’s career. All were via submission
17: The number of wins that McGregor has won via knockout
1: The number of Diaz’s ten loses that were via knockout
3: The number of ranked fighters that McGregor has beaten – Jose Aldo, Max Hollaway, Dustin Poirier
3: The number of ranked fighters that Diaz has beaten – Donald Cerrone, Michael Johnson, and McGregor
$8,100,000: Total gate when McGregor and Diaz met at UFC 196
168: Days between the first and second Diaz vs. McGregor matchup.
552: Seconds it took Diaz to defeat McGregor at UFC 196.
20,000: Seating capacity for the T-Mobile Arena, the venue for UFC 202. UFC 196 drew 16,516 fans to the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
$215: Cheapest ticket still on sale for UFC 202
$9,995: Most expensive ticket still on sale for UFC 202
$300,000: Amount McGregor has spent on preparations for the rematch.