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  • v. Simple past of outstrike.

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Examples

  • Rua outstruck Machida 89-50 by CompuStrike's count, 82-42 by FightMetric's count.

    Machida-Rua rematch rekindles debate about judging

  • After being outstruck 36-11 in the first, Edgar outlanded Maynard 76-23 the rest of the way.

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  • He had outstruck his opponents by the bare margin of 46-45, attempted seven submissions to their five, and passed guard eight times while having his passed four times.

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  • By way of comparison, Jon Jones has outstruck opponents 202-97 in his last seven fights, 145-26 in his last five, while never facing a threat on the ground.

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  • Alistair Overeem, who has admittedly been facing the kind of competition you generally find on the shelf at the local grocer, has outstruck opponents 115-5 in his last seven bouts.

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  • At lightweight, Penn has outstruck his opponents 682-384, secured 26 takedowns to their 18, attempted eight submissions to their four, and passed guard 42 times while having his passed just seven.

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  • Putting this another way, he outstrikes opponents two to one as a lightweight, while being outstruck two to one as a welter.

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  • At welterweight, Penn has been outstruck 193-100, been taken down nine times while taking his opponents down twice, attempted five submissions while never having one tried on him, and had his guard passed a dozen times while passing eight.

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  • After being outstruck, 44-11, in the first, according to CompuStrike, Edgar nearly doubled Gray's output the rest of the way, landing 107 punches to the challenger's 55.

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  • Feints and footwork are not enough to win a fight when you're getting outstruck the majority of the fight.

    Bloody Elbow

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