Dominick Reyes scores highest StrikeScore at UFC Fight Night 112

In his UFC debut, Dominick Reyes totally dominated Joachim Christensen. He landed 13 significant strikes while absorbing only one, and he finished the fight in the first round. StrikeScore awarded him a 1545 StrikeScore, which was by far the highest for the event. Sig strike and accuracy numbers from FightMetric.

UFC Fight Night 112 Fight Forecast

Fight Forecast previews the event by providing the fighter's career StrikeScore as well as UFC Fantasy predictions, betting odds, DraftKings prices and Fight Matrix rankings.

StrikeScore is a proprietary stat that measures striking efficiency. The formula uses Fightmetric data, so fighters without fights in the database are not included. Also, a fighter must have at least three fights in the database before the formula can considered at all predictive.

UFC Fantasy and Tapology numbers are the percent of players who have picked each fighter to win. (Numbers are current as of June 23 at 9:15 a.m. ET)

Odds is the betting line of 5Dimes taken from BestFightOdds.com. (Numbers are current as of June 23 at 9:15 a.m. ET)

DraftKings prices listed below are the dollar value used for the fantasy game. Also listed are the average points scored by the fighter in the fantasy game. For a breakdown of DraftKings scoring click here.

Fight Matrix column represents the fighter's current unbiased and objective ranking.

In this case, the period used for Rankings Momentum was 7/1/2015 to 4/1/2017. Fighters must have been ranked in at least four quarters during the period to be included. 

Fewer than 3 fights in the FightMetric database

Fewer than 3 fights in the FightMetric database

Using the information above StrikeScore uses an Excel Solver tool to calculate the best possible DraftKings lineups using each different criterion. The following table shows the best lineup based on the criteria. For the StrikeScore team, fighters with fewer than three fights in the FightMetric database are not considered. For the DraftKings Points team, fighters without previous UFC fights are not considered. Odds/Finish is the average of a fighter's odds to win and his/her odds to finish the first inside the distance. Any advice offered as part of Fight Forecast is the opinion of the website. With that, StrikeScore is not responsible for the success of the article in recommending specific players to readers.

Frankie Edgar earns top StrikeScore at UFC 211

StrikeScore awarded Frankie Edgar with the most efficient striking performance of UFC 211. He outlanded Yair Rodriguez 72 to 16 in terms of significant strikes. On the way towards a second-round stoppage, the former lightweight champion landed 69 percent of his strikes. He did his best work on the ground, as he landed 96 percent of his significant strikes on the ground. 

Take a look at the rest of the StrikeScores from last Saturday’s event. You might be surprised to be see Stipe Miocic’s performance as low as fifth. Well, there is a reason for that. The StrikeScore formula equally values landed strikes and striking accuracy. Miocic landed 26 punches and finished the fight in the first round, but Junior dos Santos landed 66 percent of his strikes.

UFC 211 Fight Forecast

Fight Forecast previews the event by providing the fighter's career StrikeScore as well as UFC Fantasy predictions, betting odds, DraftKings prices and Fight Matrix rankings.

StrikeScore is a proprietary stat that measures striking efficiency. The formula uses Fightmetric data, so fighters without fights in the database are not included. Also, a fighter must have at least three fights in the database before the formula can considered at all predictive.

UFC Fantasy and Tapology numbers are the percent of players who have picked each fighter to win. (Numbers are current as of May 12 at 3:00 p.m. ET)

Odds is the betting line of 5Dimes taken from BestFightOdds.com. (Numbers are current as of May 12 at 3:00 p.m. ET)

DraftKings prices listed below are the dollar value used for the fantasy game. Also listed are the average points scored by the fighter in the fantasy game. For a breakdown of DraftKings scoring click here.

Fight Matrix column represents the fighter's current unbiased and objective ranking.

In this case, the period used for Rankings Momentum was 7/1/2015 to 4/1/2017. Fighters must have been ranked in at least four quarters during the period to be included. 

*Fewer than three fights in the FightMetric database

*Fewer than three fights in the FightMetric database

UFC Fight Night 103 Fight Forecast

Fight Forecast previews the event by providing the fighter's career StrikeScore as well as UFC Fantasy predictions, betting odds, DraftKings prices and Fight Matrix rankings.

StrikeScore is a proprietary stat that measures striking efficiency. The formula uses Fightmetric data, so fighters without fights in the database are not included. Also, a fighter must have at least three fights in the database before the formula can considered at all predictive.

UFC Fantasy and Tapology numbers are the percent of players who have picked each fighter to win. (Numbers are current as of Jan. 13 at 10:45 a.m. ET)

Odds is the betting line of 5Dimes taken from BestFightOdds.com. (Numbers are current as of Jan. 13 at 10:45 a.m. ET)

DraftKings prices listed below are the dollar value used for the fantasy game. Also listed are the average points scored by the fighter in the fantasy game. For a breakdown of DraftKings scoring click here.

Fight Matrix column represents the fighter's current unbiased and objective ranking.

In this case, the period used for Rankings Momentum was 1/1/2015 to 10/1/2016. Fighters must have been ranked in at least four quarters during the period to be included. 

*Fewer than three fights in the FightMetric database

*Fewer than three fights in the FightMetric database

UFC Fight Night 96 Fight Forecast

Fight Forecast previews the event by providing the fighter's career StrikeScore as well as UFC Fantasy predictions, betting odds, DraftKings prices and Fight Matrix rankings. In the following table, predicted winners are in blue and predicted losers are in red. 

StrikeScore is a proprietary stat that measures striking efficiency. The formula uses Fightmetric data, so fighters without fights in the database are not included. Also, a fighter must have at least three fights in the database before the formula can considered at all predictive.

UFC Fantasy and Tapology numbers are the percent of players who have picked each fighter to win. (Numbers are current as of Sept. 30 at 1:35 p.m. ET)

Odds is the betting line of 5Dimes taken from BestFightOdds.com. (Numbers are current as of Sept. 30 at 1:35 p.m. ET)

DraftKings prices listed below are the dollar value used for the fantasy game. Also listed are the average points scored by the fighter in the fantasy game. For a breakdown of DraftKings scoring click here.

Fight Matrix column represents the fighter's current unbiased and objective ranking.

In this case, the period used for Rankings Momentum was 10/1/2014 to 7/1/2016. Fighters must have been ranked in at least four quarters during the period to be included. 

*Fewer than three fights in FightMetric database

*Fewer than three fights in FightMetric database

John Lineker lands a knockout for every 118.8 sig strikes, while John Dodson lands one every 67.4 sig strikes.

Dodson allows 3.40 sig strikes per minute by his opponents, if we removed the two fights against Demetrious Johnson, that number falls all the way to 2.61

Will Brooks' StrikeScore only includes his bout against Satoru Kitaoka in Dream and his win over Ross Pearson in his UFC debut.

Alex Oliveira relies on his wrestling as he lands 2.48 takedowns per 15 minutes, but he only lands 30 percent of his attempts.

Josh Burkman has only won one of his last eight fights in the UFC. In those fights, he has landed 327 sig strikes and absorbed 349 during that span.

Zak Ottow’s peak Fight Matrix ranking was #181 on 7/1/2015. He is currently ranked as the #211 welterweight.

In his last outing, Louis Smolka put up a 2194 StrikeScore over Ben Nguyen, which is one of the top scores this year.

Hacran Dias has fought every possible minute of his UFC career, 90 minutes.

Andre Fili has alternated wins and losses in the UFC since joining the promotion in 2013.

In his first three UFC bouts, Walt Harris had been knocked out twice and outstruck 68 to 41. He finally broke through against Cody East and picked up his first win at UFC 197.

K-Taro gets it done without striking. In the UFC, he has been outstruck by more than a full sig strike per minute, 2.46 vs 3.74.

In his two UFC fight, Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos has been taken down nine times, but he has absorbed only 5 sig strikes on the ground.

Nate Marquardt has fallen on hard times...

In his UFC return, Tamdan McCrory was a +125 underdog and won. In his next bout, he was a 1-65 favorite and lost.

Jonathan Wilson absorbed 8.82 sig strikes per minute against Henrique da Silva in his last fight. That defense will need to improve to be successful in the UFC.

Ion Cutelaba struggled mightily in the UFC debut against Misha Cirkunov. He was outstruck 44 to 24 and eventually submitted in the third round.

Cody East’s quarterly generated historical ranking fell to #73 for the last quarter. He had been in the top 50 since 2013.

During his run through the 2012 NJCAA wrestling bracket, Curtis Blaydes had a 80.74 WPE.

In her UFC debut, Kelly Faszholz was leading Lauren Murphy in terms of sig strikes 70 to 57 through the first two rounds. In the third, Faszholz landed only 6 compared to 38 for Murphy, and she fell via knockout.

Ketlen Vieira is an undefeated fighter out of Brazil. She has five finishes in six fights.