How Every Single UFC Fight in 2013 Ended

How Every Single UFC Fight Ended in 2013 in One Graph
By Reed Kuhn, Bleacher Report
"In 2013, the UFC put on 386 fights in the Octagon, more than any other in its 20 years in business. With fight cards coming faster and faster now, it may all seem like a blur, but it’s worth pausing for a moment and looking back at how everything went down.

"Out of those 386 fights, only 65 (or 17 percent) were restricted to pay-per-view audiences, meaning MMA fans had access to more free UFC action than ever before—more than 300 fights worth. Even if you tried watching every single fight, it would be understandable if you missed a few things.

"So here’s every UFC fight in 2013 all in one map, by weight class and how the fights ended, including all 19 title fights tagged for special attention."

Check out the graph.

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