First-time MMA fighter James Toney, who faces off against Randy Couture tomorrow, has never been knocked out, not even in amateur boxing.
Toney’s professional career boasts 72 wins, three draws and six losses – all by judges’ decision. Counting his thirty three amateur fights, he has over one hundred fights under his belt.
Counting his wrestling matches and the ones he did with Stallone, Randy Couture has more than one hundred fights, as well.
Randy Couture (18w, 10l in MMA) has successfully gone down the line of seven former UFC champions, as remembered by Sherdog.com reporter Brian Knapp: Mark Coleman, Vitor Belfort, Maurice Smith, Kevin Randleman, Chuck Liddell, Tito Ortiz and Tim Sylvia.
Of the ten fights he lost, Couture was knocked out in four.
Randy Couture won three fights by submission: two via rear-naked choke (including his UFC debut in 1997) and one via arm triangle.
Lightweight champion Frank Edgar has not lost in four UFC fights.
It’s the first time the home to the Boston Celtics and Bruins shelters the UFC.