The following information was taken from Sherdog.com’s statistics pages, under Power Ratings and Team Records.
209’s own Oakdale MMA is listed on the Sherdog rankings among the most winning-est fight teams in the world, albeit near the bottom of the list, with a win percentage of 0.68 (28-13).
Lodi’s Cesar Gracie Jiu-Jitsu fight team ranks near the middle at 0.74 with a 154-54 record.
The winning-est team overall, is a Jiu-Jitsu squad called CQuence Jiu-Jitsu in Southern California (Riverside/Inland Empire) with a 21-1 record, or 0.95 win ration.
The fighter with the most submission wins in all of MMA is a heavyweight named Travis Fulton.
Travis, at heavyweight, is not affiliated with any of the major Jiu-Jitsu teams, nor is he signed with the UFC or WEC or Strikeforce or any of the major promotions, but has accumulated an astounding 199-47-10 record as a journeyman fighter in the lower ranks. His guillotine choke stat (12 chokes) is more than guillotine freak Cody McKenzie (from TUF 12) and almost twice as much as renowned jiu-jitsu experts like “Pequeno” Nogueira (Lil’ Nog). To Fulton’s credit his submission loss total (26) is only 7th on Sherdog’s all-time most submitted fighters. On the top of that list, of the most often submitted fighters is…
Shannon “The Cannon” Rich, submitted a total of 55 times, also holds the #1 spot for loosing in the greatest number of promotions. To his credit, he is a King of the Cage veteran and has 36 submission wins under his belt.
If you’re looking for the most dangerous leg-lock man in the biz, someone who harkens to the glory days of Ken Shamrock and the Japanese shoot wrestlers, that man would have to be Ikuhisa Minowa (17 leg submissions). The ignominiously mentioned Shannon Rich also graces this list as well as renowned Japanese submission fighters Yuki Kondo and Masakazu Imanari (7 leg locks each).
UFC veteran Jeremy Horn is at the top of the all of the all-time choke totals.
Under the category, highest ration of KO/TKO wins versus KO/TKO losses, Georges St. Pierre, often regarded as one of the most mentally prepared fighters and pure martial artists in MMA, has 8 (T)KO’s for wins with only 1 for loss.
In comparison Machida has had 5 (T)KO’s and 1 (T)KO loss and striker extraordinaire, Cung Le, has 7 to 1.
The last bit of entertaining fact is the name of a team from Estonia: Team Scared and Paranoid. They must have some interesting pre-fight rituals.