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applied statistics: knockouts

    Tue, 2007-01-09 16:08 — lorenzodamarith

    hello,

    out of all the promotions out there (ufc, pride, ritc, kotc, etc), in order, which have the greatest percentage of victories by knockout?

    thanks.

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    KibunInc's picture

    Same answer as previous thread.

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    lorenzodamarith's picture

    hello,

    agreed. still, it would be just interesting. wonder if any universities or doctoral students would pay for such info.

    nah.

    thanks.

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    Shaolin Bushido's picture

    I found an article similar to the questions you've posed in The Journal of Asian Martial Arts. It examined all the finishes of 3 Sambo Champions of which one was Rudman and showed the percentages of various techniques such as armbars, leglocks and chokes. It's at home. Steve said that the guy who wrote the article and he are collaborating on a project in the near future.

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    lorenzodamarith's picture

    hello,

    thanks to shaolinbushido. now THAT will be interesting. would really like to know, just not sure why. hmmmm. well, being an incredibly wierd individual may have something to do with it.

    will look foreward to that. any idea when sambosteve will lay that on us?

    thanks.

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    Shaolin Bushido's picture

    You know what ... I've also seen an article that does the same type of study regarding MMA finishes. I just have to remember where ..... :o

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    lorenzodamarith's picture

    hello,

    well, don't hesitate to post it here when you think of it. that should be cool.

    thanks.

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    manpants's picture

    These are the overall stats for the larger MMA organizations fights. These are submissions due to strikes as well remember:

    Percentage Submission = 45.87
    Percentage KO/TKO = 29.25
    Percentage Decision = 17.89
    Other (Drawn, NCs, or Unknown) = 6.99

    TOP 20 MOST COMMON FIGHT ENDINGS (%)

    TKO 13
    Submission (Armbar) 9
    Submission (Rear Naked Choke) 9
    Decision (Unanimous) 8
    Decision 7
    KO 6
    Submission (Strikes) 5
    Submission 4
    Submission (Choke) 4
    Submission (Guillotine Choke) 3
    Draw 3
    Submission (Triangle Choke) 3
    N/A 2
    TKO (Strikes) 2
    Decision (Split) 1
    Decision (Majority) 1
    TKO (Punches) 1
    TKO (Corner Stoppage) 1
    TKO (Cut) 1
    Submission (Heel Hook) 1

    Stick too the basics is the lesson here I guess! Armbars and RnC's.

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    Marty Post's picture

    manpants wrote:
    These are the overall stats for the larger MMA organizations fights. These are submissions due to strikes as well remember:

    Percentage Submission = 45.87
    Percentage KO/TKO = 29.25
    Percentage Decision = 17.89
    Other (Drawn, NCs, or Unknown) = 6.99

    TOP 20 MOST COMMON FIGHT ENDINGS (%)

    TKO 13
    Submission (Armbar) 9
    Submission (Rear Naked Choke) 9
    Decision (Unanimous) 8
    Decision 7
    KO 6
    Submission (Strikes) 5
    Submission 4
    Submission (Choke) 4
    Submission (Guillotine Choke) 3
    Draw 3
    Submission (Triangle Choke) 3
    N/A 2
    TKO (Strikes) 2
    Decision (Split) 1
    Decision (Majority) 1
    TKO (Punches) 1
    TKO (Corner Stoppage) 1
    TKO (Cut) 1
    Submission (Heel Hook) 1

    Stick too the basics is the lesson here I guess! Armbars and RnC's.

    Now i know you don't hunt.

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    lorenzodamarith's picture

    hello,

    agreed. it seems that armbars and rnc's are order of the day. and agreed, you should go hunt.

    good luck!! and thanks for the info. it helps.

    thanks.

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