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CagePotato Stats: Longest UFC Win Streaks, All-Time and Current

(The pink-shirted gangster and the Canadian cover-boy have compiled the two longest win streaks in UFC history. Props:

If Jim Miller can sock away his eighth consecutive UFC victory in August, he’ll become just the seventh fighter in the promotion’s history to accomplish that feat [ed. note: oh well]; Cain Velasquez also has a chance to join the club in November. [ed. note: He didn't, but Junior Dos Santos did.] With that in mind, we figured it would be a good time to publish a stats list of the UFC’s greatest win streaks — both all-time, and ongoing.

For the purposes of these lists, we only included fighters whose UFC win streaks were unbroken by draws or no-contests. However, if a fighter competed for different promotions between stints in the UFC, only the UFC fights are counted. If we’ve accidentally omitted somebody, please let us know in the comments section. And as with our previous stats liststimelines, and leaderboards, we’ll periodically update this page when there are changes. Now let’s get to the numbers…

Longest UFC Win Streaks, All-Time
Anderson Silva: 16 wins (6/28/06 – 10/13/12)
Georges St. Pierre: 12 wins (8/25/07 – present)
Jon Jones: 11 wins (3/21/10 – present)
Junior Dos Santos: 9 wins (10/25/08 – 5/26/12)
Chris Weidman:
8 wins (3/3/11 – present)
Gray Maynard:
 8 wins (9/19/07 – 8/28/10)
Lyoto Machida: 8 wins (2/3/07 – 10/24/09)
Jon Fitch: 8 wins (10/3/05 – 3/1/08)
Royce Gracie: 8 wins (11/12/93 – 9/9/94)
Chuck Liddell: 7 wins (9/24/99 – 11/22/02)
Chuck Liddell, again: 7 wins (4/2/04 – 12/30/06)
Randy Couture: 7 wins (5/30/97 – 11/2/01)
Cain Velasquez: 7 wins (4/19/08 – 10/23/10)
George Sotiropoulos: 7 wins (12/8/07 – 11/20/10)
Rich Franklin: 7 wins (4/25/03 – 3/4/06)
Pat Miletich: 7 wins (3/13/98 – 12/16/00)
Ben Henderson: 7 wins (4/30/11 – 4/20/13)
Jim Miller: 7 wins (7/11/09 – 3/19/11)
Renan Barao: 7 wins (5/28/11 – 2/1/14)
Matt Brown:
7 wins (2/4/12 – 5/10/14)
Dennis Bermudez:
7 wins (5/5/12 – present)

Longest UFC Win Streaks, Current
Georges St. Pierre: 12 wins (8/25/07 – present)
Jon Jones: 11 wins (3/21/10 – present)
Chris Weidman: 8 wins (3/3/11 – present)
Dennis Bermudez:
7 wins (5/5/12 – present)
Jose Aldo: 6 wins (4/30/11 – present)
Rafael Assunção: 6 wins (8/27/11 – present)
Khabib Nurmagomedov:
6 wins (1/20/12 – present)
Cub Swanson:
6 wins (1/28/12 – present)

Demetrious Johnson: 6 wins  (6/8/12 – present)
TJ Grant: 5 wins (10/1/11 – present)
Myles Jury: 5 wins (6/1/12 – present)
Chad Mendes: 5 wins  (7/7/12 – present)
Takeya Mizugaki:
5 wins (11/10/12 – present)
Anthony Pettis: 4 wins (10/8/11 – present)
Fabricio Werdum: 4 wins (2/4/12 – present)
Cain Velasquez: 4 wins (5/26/12 – present)
Gunnar Nelson: 4 wins (9/29/12 – present)
Bobby Green: 4 wins (2/2/13 – present)
Ronda Rousey: 4 wins (2/23/13 – present)
Ryan LaFlare: 4 wins (4/6/13 – present)
Clint Hester: 4 wins (4/13/13 – present)
Kelvin Gastelum: 4 wins (4/13/13 – present)
Yoel Romero: 4 wins (4/20/13 – present)
Daniel Cormier: 4 wins (4/20/13 – present)
Thales Leites: 4 wins (8/3/13 – present)
Donald Cerrone: 4 wins (11/16/13 – present)
Neil Magny: 4 wins (2/1/14 – present)

Last update: 8/31/14

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svgpkvio- April 2, 2013 at 10:10 am
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Kimbo Lesnar- January 8, 2013 at 11:20 am
JDS win streak should be closed out on 12/29/2012, instead of being listed until 'present'.
Dizzylittlelord- September 24, 2012 at 11:51 am
jones should be on a 12 streak by now, fucking well done steve
Sopapo- June 6, 2012 at 5:52 pm
Travis browne too.
Allanon576- May 22, 2012 at 11:24 pm
Dan Henderson is on a 4 fight UFC win streak.
fognack- May 16, 2011 at 3:12 am
@Mongrel yeah Fedor and his 27 win streak is not bad, but that was against your run of the mill humans. Greg Stott on the other hand was 30 - 0 in pitfights against bears, so I think we all know who has the most impressive streak here. RIP rules.
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Spicymeatball- May 13, 2011 at 3:57 pm
I hate any list Nik Lenz is involved in.
HEX- May 13, 2011 at 3:48 pm
I think we should have a special mention to Peter Buckley, although he is a British boxer but his record speaks for it self!

— Peter Buckley has lost 256 times, drawn 12 times and won 32 times

— He lost to 42 future world, European, Commonwealth and British champions

— He lost 88 in a row

— He is nicknamed The Professor

Now that is commitment!
RwilsonR- May 13, 2011 at 11:39 am
@ google - I actually think in a lot of ways it is more impressive to have that win streak spread over 3-4 years. It allows the game to evolve, and makes the fighter continually evolve with it. It also allows opponents to view tape and really study you as a fighter, which means you cannot surprise people with the same style/moves again and again. Royce was dominant because his opponents were unfamiliar with even the basics of BJJ, had no time to learn it, and didn't know how to defend it. Anderson and GSP are dominant simply because they are better than the competition.
google- May 13, 2011 at 10:17 am
What's impressive is Royce, 8 wins, less then a year. the other guys with 8, 3- 4 years.
Dizzylittlelord- May 13, 2011 at 9:34 am
or james mcsweeny in general, jon jones should have 8 if masagatti wasnt so fucking retarded and ask the deaf fighter if he could continue
noname- May 13, 2011 at 9:18 am
When Tito Ortiz loses to Ryan Bader he will have gone 6 straight UFC bouts without a win. But it will only be 5 loses and one draw so it wont be as impressive as Elvis Sinosic's streak.
Fried Taco- May 13, 2011 at 9:14 am
You guys ruined my amazing CP losing streak by finally sending me a Free Cage Potato t-shirt.
Sloppyspray- May 13, 2011 at 8:39 am
As for losses - I think Seth Petruzelli has 4 UFC losses and 1 WEC loss in a "row" (he's winless in UFC right?) so would that count as 5? lol
Mongrel- May 13, 2011 at 8:24 am
Damn no edit button. Also, yeah I know he ain't UFC, just thought it was worth a mention.
Mongrel- May 13, 2011 at 8:23 am
Possibly worth a mention: Fedor Emilianenko, 27.
Even if they were all cans (which they weren't) that's fucking impressive... I mean not even one stray punch/kick knockout in 27 consecutivefights? Gotta hand it to him.
IrishDan- May 13, 2011 at 8:18 am
Matt Hamill needs a huge fucking asterisk next to his win streak called Jon Jones!!
bgoldstein- May 13, 2011 at 8:12 am
@ mmafreaks: Yep, Fitch's draw broke his current streak.
@ ExpectJesusBro: Oh no, they fired him twice. But they kept bringing him back, and he would always lose.
mDino- May 13, 2011 at 8:04 am
i bet later into his career anderson is going to regret having worn so many different pink shirts to media events
TheHulkSmash- May 13, 2011 at 8:03 am

What you did there, with the comma, made me shoot coffee out of my nose. Awesome.
ExpectJesusBro- May 13, 2011 at 7:50 am
Wowser, 6 losses in a row without being fired? Holy, fucking, shit.
mmafreaks- May 13, 2011 at 7:47 am
Since Fitch lost to GSP, he's racked up a 5 fight win streak, although not sure if your not adding him because of the Penn draw!
bgoldstein- May 13, 2011 at 7:33 am
@ CrushCo: Good call, will add him now.

@ LOKI: Elvis Sinosic lost 6 UFC fights in a row...I think that's the record.
CrushCo- May 13, 2011 at 7:30 am
@bgoldstein: Even with his dq loss, Jon Jones is currently on a 4 fight win streak.