The UFC staged one of the most memorable events in its storied history on Saturday with UFC Fight Night 204, which took place at 02 in London and featured nine remarkable finishes from 12 fights.

The show ended with a quick and decisive performance from Tom Aspinall (12-2 MMA, 5-0 UFC), who submitted fellow heavyweight Alexander Volkov (34-10 MMA, 8-4 UFC) in the first round. of their fight against remaining undefeated inside the octagon.

For more on the numbers behind the card, check out 53 post-event facts from UFC Fight Night 204 below.

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UFC Fight Night 204 was the second event in modern UFC history to feature two winning submissions in under a minute each. UFC 188 also had the scare.

The UFC promotional guidelines compliance payment for the event was $154,500.

Rookie fighters went 1-0 at the event.

Nine fighters, a record, earned $50,000 in UFC Fight Night 204 fight night bonuses.

UFC Fight Night 204 had a live gate of $4.5 million. No attendance figures were released.

The betting favorites went 9-2 on the card. A fight even had a chance.

The betting favorites improved to 7-2 in the UFC headliners this year.

The total fight time for the 12-fight map was 1:23:01.

Tom Aspinall beats. Alexander Volkov

Aspinall has earned his 12 career wins by stoppage.

Aspinall’s five-fight UFC heavyweight winning streak is tied with Tai Tuivasa for the second-longest active streak in the division behind Francis Ngannou (six).

Aspinall’s four-fight stoppage streak in the UFC is tied with Tuivasa for the longest among active fighters in the company.

Volkov fell to 3-3 in the UFC main events.

Volkov suffered his first submission loss since July 22, 2010 – a span of 4,258 days (almost 12 years) and 35 fights.

Arnold Allen beats. Dan Hooker

Arnold Allen’s (18-1 MMA, 9-0 UFC) nine-fight winning streak in featherweight competition is the longest active streak in the division.

Allen has won seven of his nine UFC wins by decision.

Dan Hooker (21-12 MMA, 11-8 UFC) was unsuccessful in his comeback to the UFC featherweight division.

Hooker is down to 1-4 in his last five fights.

Hooker has suffered three of his four UFC stoppage losses by knockout.

Paddy Pimblett vs. Kazula Vargas

Paddy Pimblett (18-3 MMA, 2-0 UFC) earned both of his UFC wins by first-round stoppage.

Kazula Vargas (12-5 MMA, 1-3 UFC) suffered both of her career stoppages by submission.

Gunnar Nelson defeats. Takashi Sato

Gunnar Nelson (18-5-1 MMA, 9-5 UFC) returned to competition after a career-long layoff and earned his first win since December 2018.

Takashi Sato (16-5 MMA, 2-3 UFC) suffered the first decision loss of his career.

Molly McCann won. Luana Caroline

Molly McCann (12-4 MMA, 5-3 UFC) has earned all of her career stoppage wins by knockout.

McCann earned the fourth knockout in UFC history from a spinning elbow.

Luana Carolina (8-3 MMA, 3-2 UFC) suffered the first knockout loss of her career.

Ilia Topuria beats. Jai Herbert

Ilia Topuria (12-0 MMA, 4-0 UFC) made her UFC lightweight debut.

Topuria has won 11 of its 12 career wins by stoppage.

Jai Herbert (12-4 MMA, 1-3 UFC) has suffered all four of his career losses by stoppage.

Herbert has suffered three of his four career losses by knockout.

Makwan Amirkhani defeats. mike grundy

Makwan Amirkhani (17-7 MMA, 7-5 UFC) has earned five of his seven UFC wins by stoppage.

Amirkhani’s four submission victories in UFC featherweight competition are tied with Chas Skelly for second most in divisional history behind Charles Oliveira (six).

Amirkhani’s three anaconda submission victories in UFC competition are tied with Oliveira for most in company history.

Mike Grundy’s (12-4 MMA, 1-3 UFC) three-fight losing slip is the longest of his career. He hasn’t won a win since March 2019.

Grundy suffered both of his career stoppage losses by submission.

Grundy vs. Amirkhani was just the seventh fight in UFC history to feature zero strikes overall.

Shamil Abdurakhimov vs Sergei Pavlovich

Sergei Pavlovich (15-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) has earned 12 of his 15 caregiver wins by stoppage.

Pavlovich earned his 12 career stoppage wins by knockout.

Pavlovich earned all three of his UFC wins by first-round knockout.

Shamil Abdurakhimov’s (20-7 MMA, 5-5 UFC) three-fight losing slip is the longest of his career. He hasn’t won a win since April 2019.

Abdurakhimov suffered all five of his UFC losses by knockout.

Paul Craig beats. Nikita Krylov

Paul Craig (16-4-1 MMA, 8-4-1 UFC) has earned his 16 career wins by stoppage.

Craig has won 12 of his 16 career wins by submission.

Craig’s six submission victories in UFC light heavyweight competition are the second in divisional history behind Glover Teixeira (seven).

Nikita Krylov (27-9 MMA, 8-7 UFC) is down to 2-4 since returning to the UFC for a second stint in September 2018.

Krylov is down to 11-6 since moving up to the light heavyweight division in March 2014.

Krylov has suffered seven of his nine career losses by stoppage.

Jack Shore beats. Timur Valiev

Jack Shore’s five-fight winning streak (16-0 MMA, 5-0 UFC) at bantamweight is the third longest active streak in the division behind Aljamain Sterling (six), Merab Dvalishvili (six) and TJ Dillashaw (five ).

Timur Valiev (18-3 MMA, 2-1 UFC) has suffered all three of his career losses by decision.

Elise Reed beats. Cory McKenna

Cory McKenna (6-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC) suffered his two career losses by decision.

Muhammad Mokaev defeats. Cody Durden

Muhammad Mokaev (7-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) has won five of his seven career wins by stoppage.

Mokaev’s 58-second finish marked the second fastest submission in UFC flyweight history behind Ben Nguyen’s 49-second win at UFC Fight Night 110.

Cody Durden (12-4-1 MMA, 1-2-1 UFC) suffered both of his UFC losses by stoppage.

Durden suffered all three of his career stoppage losses by submission.

UFC Research Analyst and Live Stats Producer Michael Carroll contributed to this story. Follow him on Twitter @MJCflipdascript.