UFC 247 Stats Preview

The first UFC title fight of 2020 is fast approaching. That bout, which headlines UFC 247, takes place on February 8 when UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones puts his title on the line against Dominick Reyes, who is the No. 4 ranked fighter in the official UFC 205-pound rankings.

Jones most recently defended his crown in July with a split-decision victory over Thiago Santos. Before that bout, all of Jones’ victories had been via either stoppage or unanimous decision. Jones’ sole career loss is a disqualification for illegal elbows.

Reyes joined the UFC in 2017 on the strength of three first-round knockout wins. He continued to wrap things up early in his first three fights under the UFC banner. Reyes did not enter the second round in those three outings. In his final bout of 2018 and his first scrap of 2019, Reyes went the distance. He got back on track in his most recent outing. In that bout, Reyes scored a first-round knockout win over former middleweight champion Chris Weidman. The victory punched Reyes’ ticket to a title fight. He is 12-0 as a pro.

UFC 247 takes place on Saturday, February 8, at Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The main card streams on ESPN+ pay-per-view, following prelims on ESPN and early prelims on ESPN+ and UFC Fight Pass.

Before Jones and Reyes face of, here is a look at how their UFC career stats compare.


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