Gegard Mousasi wrote an MMA story on Friday when he pushed Bellator 200 out of the middleweight division by Rafael Carvalho.
Mousasi (44-6-2 MMA, 2: 0 BMMA) added another championship belt to the collection, as he quickly scored Carvalho (15-2 MMA, 6-1 BMMA) with a first-round TKO in the Bellator 200 main event dethroned, which was broadcast on band delay from the SSE Arena in London on Paramount.
"The Dreamcatcher" came with the victory in MMA history, but he was not the only one who went into the record books. For more on the numbers that come from the event, check below for NUMBER's post-event facts from Bellator 200.
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Debuting fighter went 2-1
Betting favorite improves to 7-2 in Bellator major events this year.
Total Battle Time for the Six-Battle Main Card was 37:28
Main Card  Mousasi became the fifth Bellator Middleweight Champion.
Mousasi became the first fighter in MMA history to win titles under the Bellator and Strikeforce banners.
Mousasi's seven-fight winning streak is its longest since December 2009.
Mousasi improved to 10-1 in his last 11 fights. His only defeat in this distance came against Uriah Hall on UFC Fight Night 75.
Mousasi has earned 36 of his 44 career wins by stoppage. He has earned 32 of these victories in Round 1.
Mousasi has earned five of his last six wins by knockout.
Carvalho had his 15-man winning streak for his first defeat since December 2011.
Carvalho suffered the first knockout loss of his career.
Michael Pages (13-0 MMA, 9-0 BMMA) Nine-bout Bellator winning streak is tied with Ben Askren for the second-longest streak in the company's history behind AJ McKee (11).
Pages 9-fight Bellator winning streak is the second longest active streak in the company behind A.J. McKee (11)
Pages Nine-fight Bellator winning series Welterweight Competition is the longest active streak in the division.
Pages nine wins in the Bellator welterweight competition are tied with Askren for the third-most in division history behind Andrey Koreshkov (11) and Douglas Lima (10).
Pages seven Bellator welterweight wins are linked to Lima for most of the Division's history.
David Rickels (19-5 MMA, 13-5 BMMA) dropped to 3-1 in the Bellator Welterweight competition. He is 1: 1 since he returned to the weight class in January 2017.
Rickels has suffered four of his five career losses due to a failure.
Rickels suffered the first loss of his career.
Aaron Chalmers (4 -0 MMA, 1-0 BMMA) has earned all four of his career wins by stoppage.
Ash Griffiths (4-6 MMA, 0-2 BMMA) suffered his fourth consecutive loss to the longest skid of his career to extend. He has not earned a win since August 2015.
Griffiths has suffered all six of his career losses due to the disruption.
Mike Shipman (12-1 MMA, 3-0 BMMA) extended his winning streak to 12 fights. He has suffered no defeat since his MMA debut in June 2013.
Shipman has earned all 12 of his career victories from the break.
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Carl Noon (7-3 MMA, 0-1 BMMA) has suffered all three of his career losses due to stoppage
Anastasia Yankova (5-1 MMA, 3 -1 BMMA) had capped their victory series with five fights for the first defeat of their career.
Phil Davis (19-4 MMA, 6-1 BMMA) The duel Bellator winning streak in the light heavyweight competition is the longest-linking active series in the division with Ryan Bader.
Linton Vassell (18-7 MMA, 7-4 UFC) has suffered five of his seven career losses due to stoppage. These include three of his four Bellator defeats.
For a full coverage of the Bellator 200, visit the MMA Events website.