I know Melvin has a ton of wins too but I think Hallman has more. Hallman's not the answer to both is he? If not, Baroni must be up there for losses so maybe him since both are WW's.
This actually might be a bit more complicated than I initially thought -- if you go by UFC.com then it's Hallman by a wide margin, they say he has 64 wins. However Sherdog only credits him with 41, in which case he'd be behind Matt Hughes with 43.
Melvin Guillard is up there, again depending on where you look -- UFC.com has him with 42 wins after this weekend, Sherdog with only 23
Anyways we'll say Hallman or Hughes for most wins, the guy with the most losses is definitely someone else though.
Another Fulton question, the year in which he had the most fights was 1998. How many did he have?
The answer to this is 38 fights.
38 ****ing fights in one year. Unreal
Even more impressive is that he fought 3 times on Jan. 9, 1999 which means he fought 41 times in less then 12 months.
In total Fulton has fought 248 MMA fights and he's only 32 years old. He's also only lost by TKO'd 4 times in his career. One of them was due to a broken hand (vs Franklin), another due to a cut (vs Forrest) and another was due to his corner throwing in the towel (vs Horn). The only guy to actually stop him by strikes is Branden Lee Hinkle. Actually, just checked and Brad Kohler made him submit due to punches. Still very impressive to have that many fights and never been flat out KO'd. It seems like such a busy schedule has finally caught up with him as he's only had one fight since Oct/08.