Stipe Miocic was a two-time UFC heavyweight champion with excellent wrestling skills and next-level boxing talent. Miocic has a total of 24 fights under his belt, with 20 victories, 15 knockout victories, and four losses.
Valentina Shevchenko, Holly Holm, Cristiane Justino, and Ronda Rousey are just a few of the top female fighters of all time who she has defeated. Nunes is the only fighter in the UFC who has successfully defended two titles at the same time.
Jose Aldo is a former three-time UFC featherweight champion and was the first-ever UFC featherweight champion after the WEC/UFC merger. In his WEC days, Aldo was a monster. He has 38 fights under his belt, 31 victories, and 7 losses.
His left hand is one of the finest in the sport, and if he can get back on track, he'll be much higher on our list, given that he's still active. Conor was also the first athlete to defend two UFC belts at the same time.
Demetrious Johnson is the best flyweight champion the UFC has ever seen. He's also the UFC flyweight champion with the most takedowns. He has a total of 36 fights under his belt, with 31 wins, four losses, and one draw.
He has a total of 47 fights under his belt, with 40 wins, 6 losses, and 1 no contest. Many people consider him to be the greatest of all time, and he has a solid track record to back up that claim. He is frequently referred to as the greatest heavyweight fighter of all time.
When Anderson Silva fought, he would totally crush his opponents. With a reign of 2,457 days, he owns the record for the longest title hold in the UFC, as well as 16 consecutive victories.
At the age of 23, Jon "Bones" Jones holds the record for being the youngest UFC champion. Jones has 28 career fights under his belt, with 26 victories, one defeat, and one no contest, with his lone loss being a contentious disqualification against Matt Hamill.
He is widely regarded as the best fighter in the history of mixed martial arts, having won UFC championships in both the welterweight and middleweight categories. He had a record of 28 fights, 26 wins, and 2 losses before he retired.
"The Eagle" retired with a perfect 29-fight win-loss record, which is unheard of in MMA. He has defeated Michael Johnson, Rafael Dos Anjos, and Conor McGregor, three of the sport's most powerful powers.