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Anyone know which UFC fighter has the longest active streak without a loss?

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  1. HHJ The Way the Truth and the Life of MMA

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    cyborg only had one bullshit catchweight fight so she doesnt count,and cruz and khabib's glorious reigns were extended by injuries....so who is next after khabib? For curiositys sake?
     
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    Romero has a decent one going
     
  4. HHJ The Way the Truth and the Life of MMA

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    lol. so anyway...demetrious last loss was 2011...hes got to be close.
     
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    I was thinking Khabib but apparently I'm wrong. Answers please.
     
  6. johncola Banned Banned

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    Number of wins is a more important stat than numbers of years. Dominick Cruz is only 5-0 in the UFC.

    13 Jon Jones (if you consider him active)
    12 GSP (if you consider him active and don't count the Hendricks fight as a loss)
    10 Mighty Mouse
    9 Max Holloway
    8 Tony Ferguson
    7 Wonderboy & Khabib & Yoel Romero
    6 Jedrzejczyk & Trinaldo
     
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    Why do people like to pretend that Jones didn't lose to Hamil?
     
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    Alberto Mina has been undefeated for 11 years no NC and fought three times in the UFC. Choi, Renato Carneiro and Ortega, have been undefeated for 6 years.
     
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    the answes got to be cruz. you cant really consider cyborg a ufc fighter with one catchweight fight
     
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    this is the best thread all day
     
  11. discrawg Brown Belt

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    Agreed.
     
  12. HHJ The Way the Truth and the Life of MMA

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    of course its more important,but we wanna know years,cos there is interesting stories behind that. Alberto Mino legit is the winner,but the guy fights once a year at best lol
     
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    PFFT you completely misunderstood.

    He's saying Cyborg doesnt coun't as a UFC fighter because she only had one BS fight in the UFC. I.e. she is not a legit UFC fighter because there is no 145lb division in the UFC.

    Besides, Cyborg *IS* undefeated except for one loss at the start of her career. So any win streak she racked up since then is intact. Getting popped doesn't make you lose a fight. Breaking the rules and getting DQ'd makes you lose a fight.
     
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    Those are just the people that saw the fight.
     
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    i think the guy plaxico'd himself if we're being honest.
     
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    If you want longest number of wins streak, Travis Fulton has like a 40-win streak. That's longer than most people's careers.

    The funky thing is, he did that in just 2 years, and he was doing professional boxing at the same time on the side. LOL. The man lives up to his name.
     
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    well if we are striking jones loss to hamill from the book then we remove fedor's dq to Tk kosaka and extend his fights without a loss to 32 in a row.
     
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    Fulton went 40 straight, Igor Vovchanchyn went 42 which is the longest streak ever.
     
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    damn,in 2 years in between the loss to dan henderson and the loss to fedor,Big nog went on a 13 fight win streak.
     

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