We are just a week away from the highly anticipated Combate Americas‘s event, “Combate Clásico”, and it’s time to review some numbers inside the stacked card.

MMA.uno has dug into the “highlighted stats” of Combate Clásico fight card, and we’ve picked the most interesting numbers so you can have the in-depth vie of Combate Americas’ greatest event.

The fighter with most wins in the card: Brazilian fighter Rafael Alves has won 14 bouts in over 10 years as a professional MMA fighter; followed by Brazilian Anderson Melo and Argentinian Marcelo Rojo with 11 wins each.

The fighter with most wins by KO/TKO:

Rafael Alves has 6 wins by KO/TKO, but hasn’t won via KO/TKO since April 2012; followed close by Anderson Melo and Ricky Palacios with 5 KO/TKO wins each.

The fighter with most wins by submission:

Javier Fuentes has got 8 wins by submission, most of them via rear naked choke or guillotine choke; tied in second with 5 submissions each are Anderson Melo, Marcelo Rojo, and Rafael Alves.

Oldest and Youngest fighters on the card:

40-year-old Wes Cantillo is the eldest fighter on the card, followed by Vanesa Rico who will be inside “La Jaula” with 37 years. The youngest, on the contrary, is Tommy Aaron and Kyra Batara who are just 22 years of age.

Best Combined Record (Wins – Losses):

The fighters with the best-combined record are Marcelo Rojo (11-4) and Ricky Palacios (8-1). Undoubtedly, two of the most renowned fighters of the Combate Clásico fight card.

Finally, Combate Clásico fighters will represent at least 11 countries. Not all fighters have been born in the countries they represent, but they all have Latin roots. The countries  that will represented are Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Cuba, Spain, United States, *Philippines, Guatemala, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Venezuela.

*Kyra Batara has roots both Mexican and Philippine.

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