Originally Posted by VCURamFan
I just read an impressive stat on FightMetric.com: in the history of the modern UFC (i.e. Zuffa era), there have only been 22 times when a fighter has made it into the "100 Strikes Club", meaning that they landed 100+ "significant strikes" in the course of the fight. GSP has 2 of those 22 spots. Last night, Chris Lytle secured his 4th. For someone with no 5 round title fights to his credit to be able to rack up an unprecedented achievement like that is amazing & speaks to the historic wars that Chris was a part of.
I'm sorry but my first thought was: How do you land 100+ significant
strikes and not knock a guy out?
Seems like maybe the guy that took those 100+ shots should be getting the achievement award.