Who has the longest win streak in the light heavyweight division in UFC?

The Light Heavyweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship has been a battleground for some of the most talented and skilled fighters in mixed martial arts history. Within this weight class, certain athletes have showcased their dominance by embarking on impressive win streaks that set them apart from their peers. The UFC’s Light Heavyweight division has witnessed the rise of fighters with impressive win streaks who have left an indelible mark on the sport. Jones’s unparalleled dominance, Magomed Ankalaev’s rapid ascent, Lyoto Machida’s elusive style, Chuck Liddell’s knockout power, and Alexander Gustafsson’s technical prowess have all contributed to the division’s rich history.

Jon Jones

Jon Jones stands at the forefront of the Light Heavyweight division with a remarkable 13-fight win streak. Widely regarded as one of the greatest fighters in MMA history, Jones has dominated his opponents with a unique blend of striking, grappling, and adaptability. Jones’s win streak began in 2008 and included victories over the likes of Mauricio “Shogun” Rua, Lyoto Machida, and Daniel Cormier. His ability to control distance, employ unorthodox striking techniques, and effectively utilize his grappling has kept him a step ahead of his competition.

Magomed Ankalaev

Magomed Ankalaev is a rising star in the Light Heavyweight division. He has compiled an impressive nine-fight win streak. Hailing from Russia. Ankalaev has showcased his well-rounded skills and finishing ability. Ankalaev’s win streak has seen him secure victories over tough opponents, including Ion Cutelaba and Nikita Krylov. With his powerful striking and grappling proficiency, Ankalaev has quickly risen through the ranks, making him a contender to watch in the division.

Lyoto Machida

Lyoto Machida is known for his karate background and elusive fighting style. He achieved an eight-fight win streak in the Light Heavyweight division. Machida’s unique approach to fighting, marked by quick footwork and counterstriking, has made him a challenging opponent for anyone in the division. Machida’s win streak included notable victories over fighters like Rashad Evans and Tito Ortiz. His ability to capitalize on his opponent’s mistakes and deliver precise strikes earned him the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship during his dominant run.

Chuck Liddell

Chuck Liddell is a UFC Hall of Famer and fan favorite. He recorded a seven-fight win streak in the Light Heavyweight division. Known for his devastating knockout power and iconic mohawk, Liddell’s aggressive fighting style made him a fearsome contender. Liddell’s win streak showcased his ability to finish fights in thrilling fashion, with victories over Randy Couture and Tito Ortiz. His knockout victories and memorable performances solidified his legacy as one of the division’s all-time greats.

Alexander Gustafsson

Alexander Gustafsson is a Swedish fighter known for his height and boxing skills. He secured a six-fight win streak in the Light Heavyweight division. Gustafsson’s ability to effectively use his reach and deliver precise strikes earned him recognition as a top contender. Gustafsson’s win streak included impressive wins over Thiago Silva and Jimi Manuwa. His technical striking and ability to push his opponents to their limits made him a formidable force in the division.

SL No.FighterDecision Wins
1.Jon Jones13
2.Magomed Ankalaev9
3.Lyoto Machida8
4.Chuck Liddell7
5.Alexander Gustafsson6
6.Glover Teixeira6
7.Dominick Reyes6
8.Tito Ortiz5
9.Matt Hamill5
10.Ryan Bader5

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